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WO/2003/015559A1
The invention relates to a springing element for shoe soles, consisting of at least one resilient cap-like member (1). According to the invention , the element has at least one notch, particularly a central cross-shaped notch (2, 3) , to...  
WO/2003/009716A2
The invention concerns a heel (1) for shoes comprising a ground resting portion (A) and a shock absorbing portion (B), said shock absorbing portion (A) being comprised of elastomeric material, with a cellular structure (2) having open po...  
WO/2002/102178A2
The shoe system comprises a shoe (300) that has an upper rim section (314). A shoe sole (302) is disposed inside the shoe and has a top layer. A shoe insert (304) has a stiff first member (306) and a resilient second member (308) attache...  
WO/2002/100205A2
An article of footwear includes a sole (12), and an upper portion (14), which forms a shell. The shell having a collar (16) for extending around a user's ankle and a suspension system (28,30,32). The suspension system transfers reaction ...  
WO/2002/074120A1
The invention relates to a shock absorber device for shock waves and vibrations and for thrust and placement shocks in a shoe. The shoe houses a monobloc assembly within a recess (6) in the heel (8), which may be elastically deformed and...  
WO/2002/062167A1
The invention relates to a detachable straps connection to a shoe bottom, which involves making recesses in the side areas in the platform or bottom (2) that is made of any given material in such a way that two of said recesses may or ma...  
WO2001070064A3
A bladder (36) which is particularly useful for a sole assembly of a shoe is formed of multiple layers of barrier film to provide multiple pressurized layers of cushioning fluid or gas when the bladder is filled. A multiple gas layer bla...  
WO/2002/041722A1
The present invention is Shock-absorbing Shoes which comprises a shock-absorbing part on the middle sole, heel and between the sole pad and the middle sole. The shock-absorbing part is made of such thin and hard materials as thermal-comp...  
WO/2001/078543A1
A shoe incorporates a flexible member (10, 40) which, by itself, is capable of a variety of configurations. A heel (20, 49) incorporates a stiffening member (21, 51) which mechanically interlocks with the flexible member (10, 40) to both...  
WO/2001/070064A2
A bladder (36) which is particularly useful for a sole assembly of a shoe is formed of multiple layers of barrier film to provide multiple pressurized layers of cushioning fluid or gas when the bladder is filled. A multiple gas layer bla...  
WO/2001/067908A1
The inventive heel for shoes comprises two serially connected parts. The upper and fixed part (1) is provided with a graded slot, and the lower part (2) is provided with a boss. The height ratio between the correction fixed part (1) and ...  
WO/2001/065960A1
Disclosed is an accessory mountable shoe heel. The shoe heel can install accessories in various shapes by forming a hole in rear and side surfaces of a heel of a high-heeled shoe, and installing a plurality of fastening members in an upp...  
WO2000072712A9
A structural interface (40) for a sports shoe is described. An implementation of the structural interface (40) includes a lateral beam member (42) and a medial beam member (44) connected together by a bridge member (46). The lateral (42)...  
WO2001017384A3
The enclosed is an outsole of footwear which is capable of absorbs shocks applied to all kinds of footwear such as sports shoes and leather shoes and enhancing the propulsive force upon the forward walking or running of a user. The outso...  
WO/2001/028377A1
A seatboard made of a composite material having a substantially continuous web portion impregnated with a binder composition. The web portion of the composite material is made of a particulate, matrix-forming, natural material, preferabl...  
WO/2001/017384A2
The enclosed is an outsole of footwear which is capable of absorbs shocks applied to all kinds of footwear such as sports shoes and leather shoes and enhancing the propulsive force upon the forward walking or running of a user. The outso...  
WO/2001/012006A1
The present invention relates to a shoe heel having large-sized holes, each of which has a hook installed within and on the top of the hole, so that accessory having a connection hook is hooked over the hook of the hole, thereby providin...  
WO/2000/078171A1
Footwear, particularly an athletic or sport shoe, having a sole (2) with a visible, replaceable cushioning cassette (44, 53), and method for modifying impact response capacity or color pattern by removing and replacing the cushioning cas...  
WO/2000/076335A1
An adjustable foot support system is described in which the transverse angle of the foot-supporting surface is manually adjustable with a cam member (34).  
WO/2000/074515A1
The invention relates to a shoe, especially a sports, hiking or walking shoe, and to a spring-operated dampening system for a shoe. The inventive shoe (1) is provided with a leaf spring device (14) between a sole (8) and a footbed (6). T...  
WO/2000/072716A1
An item of footwear has an opening (4) for insertion of a wearer's foot and a pair of rigid fastening elements (10) and (11) for drawing together opposite sides of the opening. The first element (10) has a screw thread (14) to receive a ...  
WO/2000/072712A1
A structural interface (40) for a sports shoe is described. An implementation of the structural interface (40) includes a lateral beam member (42) and a medial beam member (44) connected together by a bridge member (46). The lateral (42)...  
WO/2000/070980A1
An article of footwear including: (a) an insole (3) having an upper surface, a lower surface and an opening (31); (b) a penetration-resistant midsole (2) which is positioned adjacent to the lower surface of the insole, and which includes...  
WO/2000/065943A1
A spring cushioned shoe (2) is disclosed. The shoe includes a sole assembly (4, 4') that has a first spring (15; 50, 52) disposed within a vacuity (6, 54) in the heel portion of the assembly, and a second spring (19; 73, 74) disposed wit...  
WO2000010417A9
A sole construction for supporting at least a portion of a human foot and for providing energy storage and return is provided. The sole construction includes a generally horizontal layer of stretchable material, at least one chamber posi...  
WO/2000/021398A1
We have invented a new sole with a pumping action for the part of the shoe near the heel, inside a cylindric pump, connected with channels near the front part of the foot connected to the outside part of the sole, with a valve for the pa...  
WO/2000/010417A1
A sole construction for supporting at least a portion of a human foot and for providing energy storage and return is provided. The sole construction includes a generally horizontal layer of stretchable material, at least one chamber posi...  
WO/2000/005985A1
An athletic shoe with an articulating heel which incorporates a plurality of linkage mechanisms (6, 24) that control heel dynamics. The linkage mechanisms couple a lower heel plate (4) to a spaced apart upper heel plate (2). A resilient ...  
WO1999034967A3
The present invention includes a method for forming a resilient bladder structure for use in the sole of footwear. The method comprises the steps of forming a shell from a flexible material (28) to have a floor and a perimeter sidewall e...  
WO/1999/049943A1
An indication device for instructing a predetermined golf swing action, or for instructing a predetermined stance during skiing, includes inserts (1, 6, 10, 22) which are adapted and which can be located in use to provide a tactile indic...  
WO/1999/049236A1
An elastic fluid filled impact absorber, that incorporates permeable barriers, to provide viscous damping. It can also include internal elastomeric solid or foam layers and an improved packaging design. In the figure, the elastic fluid (...  
WO/1999/047014A1
This invention concerns an insole for footwear, which is new in having an uneven upper surface, consisting of many high supporting areas (6) for foot sole, with a very high elastic modulus, and many low air passages (7), stretched to upp...  
WO/1999/043230A1
Usually, a heel is attached to a shoe which is just made up of one heel on the bottom of a outsole. Furthermore, the heel is stuck by adhesive or nail. Taking into account this problem in this invention, we tried to make an attaching-det...  
WO/1999/038403A1
An insert for a shoe is disclosed which includes an airtight casing (114) having a plurality of elements (110) positioned therein which are elastically deformable such that the biomechanics of the foot of the user are optimized.  
WO/1999/034967A2
The present invention includes a method for forming a resilient bladder structure for use in the sole of footwear. The method comprises the steps of forming a shell from a flexible material (28) to have a floor and a perimeter sidewall e...  
WO1999003368A9
The inventive shoe has a sole which extends from a rear heel area, through a middle foot area to a front ball or toe area. Said sole consists of a sole body and a sole covering, said sole covering being arranged on the underside of the s...  
WO/1999/003368A1
The inventive shoe has a sole which extends from a rear heel area, through a middle foot area to a front ball or toe area. Said sole consists of a sole body and a sole covering, said sole covering being arranged on the underside of the s...  
WO/1998/057560A1
A self-inflatable air cushion (1a) which includes a support chamber (1) mounted in a sole (6) of a shoe and holding a liquid, a collapsible plenum chamber (10) surrounded by the support chamber (1) and partially protruding over the top o...  
WO/1998/057561A1
A combinable sneaker with a replaceable male cushion has a sole (1) provided with a female cushion (2) formed integral with the sole. The female cushion has a plurality of chambers lengthwise (20) and transverse (21), crossing each other...  
WO/1998/054995A1
A three-dimensional air cushion (1) having a sealed outer peripheral edge of a geometric shape. The projected area of the hollow interior (10) sealed by the outer peripheral edge is smaller than the upper surface area of the air cushion....  
WO/1998/047400A1
An elastic heel for any footwear, also special, such as orthopaedic or even plaster casts consists of the means ensuring parallel approaching and moving away of the sole part and the part under the inner heel section of the footwear, whe...  
WO/1998/035573A1
A shoe (10) is comprised of a tongue (20) and an ankle wrap portion (30). One or more straps (60, 66) are permanently connected to the tongue (20) and are adapted to be hooked or buttoned to hook receivers (82A-C) or button receivers (10...  
WO/1998/030120A1
A sport shoe (10) having an upper (12), a sole (14) having at least an outer sole having a mobile portion (24) at least at the heel portion (20) of the sole which is pivotable about a lateral axis forward of the heel portion (20). A mids...  
WO/1998/023178A1
Footwear with uppers (A) and a lower support part (1) for the wearer's foot connected to the aforementioned uppers, said part (1) consisting of a sole (2) on which a wedge (3) is placed, accommodating at least one internal insole (6) or ...  
WO/1998/020762A1
A resilient sandal wedge (16) usable with a sandal (10) formed from a sole (14) and a vamp (12). The wedge (16) having a plurality of recesses (26) to provide a cushioning resiliency to the wedge when the sandal user applies pressure on ...  
WO/1998/014084A1
A shoe heel insert (10), providing for superior shock absorption, energy return, and a high degree of stability. The insert (10) consists of a substantially heel-shaped outer spring mechanism (10) serving as an internal spring housing ha...  
WO/1998/014083A1
A foot construction comprising a rigid molded device (116) comprising a heel cup (118) and an anatomically shaped arch appliance (120) extending forwardly from the heel cup to just proximal to the metatarsal heads, causes the foot of the...  
WO/1997/042845A1
An item of footwear (1), particularly sports footwear, consisting of an upper (2) and a sole (4) with a lower portion (4a) movable relative to an upper portion (4b), and at least one resilient blade (7a) urging said portions (4a, 4b) apa...  
WO/1997/031548A1
An article of footwear is disclosed. The article comprises an insole (3) and a sole element (9) secured to the lower surface (11) of the insole (3). The sole element (9) is formed from a material capable of absorbing impact energy. The a...  
WO/1997/024941A1
A structure (10) for enhancing the stability of a midsole (14) including a plurality of strands (50) which extend from a position on top of the midsole (14) to a location secured to the bottom of the midsole. The strands (50) are prefera...  

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