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Jaroslav F Adamik: Athletic shoe and sole therefor. Sunstar Incorporated, Steven Bazerman, December 1, 1981: US04302892 (107 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe having an upper, an outer sole, and an intermediate sole, the intermediate sole being made essentially of a peripheral portion extending the full length of the shoe and underlying the inner and outer peripheral sides and the periphery of the heel, and surrounding an inner core porti ...


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Pamela A Gelsomini: Golf shoes with aligned traction members. Nordstrom, Seed and Berry, August 31, 1999: US05943794 (32 worldwide citation)

An improved golf shoe and sole is provided. In a preferred embodiment, a pair of golf shoes comprising a right shoe and a left shoe, the right shoe having a different arrangement of traction elements on the sole thereof than the left shoe. For right-handed golfers, the sole of the right shoe has a g ...


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Ryan R Ouellette, James M Rice, Dan Gomez: Golf shoes with interchangaeable soles. Tom Hamill, July 8, 1997: US05644857 (32 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe is provided having a plurality of interchangeable soles which may be attached or removed by a push-button spring release mechanism located on the heel. This push-button element, when actuated, permits the interchangeable sole to be removed or attached. In the preferred embodiment, t ...


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Harry R Stegerwald: Tennis shoe and sole therefor. Uniroyal, Charles A Blank, July 27, 1976: US03971145 (29 worldwide citation)

A tennis shoe and a sole therefor having a longer life than a conventional tennis shoe. The Sole has an upwardly extending side portion in a toe region and inside ball-of-the-foot region which is thicker at the junction of the side portion with the bottom portion of the sole than the junction of the ...


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Pamela A Gelsomini: Golf shoes with aligned traction members. Nordstrom, Seed Intellectual Property Law Group PLLC, March 12, 2002: US06354022 (27 worldwide citation)

An improved golf shoe and sole is provided. In a preferred embodiment, a pair of golf shoes comprising a right shoe and a left shoe, the right shoe having a different arrangement of traction elements on the sole thereof than the left shoe. For right-handed golfers, the sole of the right shoe has a g ...


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Kanae H Koh: Indoor exercise shoe and sole therefor. Nine West Group, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, January 26, 1999: US05862614 (21 worldwide citation)

An indoor exercise shoe which is lightweight and has an improved traction feature. The outsole of the shoe includes a primary midfoot element positioned to underlie the arch of the foot. Traction inserts of high traction material are mounted in openings in the primary midfoot element. The traction i ...


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Arthur S Tarlow: Boat shoe. Robert T Gammons, April 5, 1983: US04378641 (19 worldwide citation)

A boat shoe and sole therefor wherein there are first and second ribs protruding perpendicularly from the bottom comprising a wiping edge and inwardly thereof a plurality of uniformly-distributed, friction-engendering nubs on the surface portions of the bottom side at the forepart and heel end bound ...


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David L Ward: Martial arts shoe and sole. Shinobee Company, John R Kirk Jr, September 13, 1988: US04769928 (18 worldwide citation)

A martial arts shoe and sole are provided. The shoe comprises in combination an upper with a sole, and may also include a cushion insert interposed between at least a portion thereof. The sole comprises a heel member including distal traction plates, a plurlaity of traction bars and a first pluralit ...


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Kilgore Bruce J: Shoe and sole structure with fluid filled inserts.. Nike International, November 13, 1991: EP0456434-A2 (12 worldwide citation)

A shoe is comprised of an upper and a sole structure attached to the upper. The sole structure has an outsole and a midsole. The outsole has an upper surface, a lower surface and sidewalls extending upwardly from at least a portion of the upper surface. The sidewalls and the portion of the outsole e ...



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