TODAY’S PATENT – SHOE
Walk a mile in innovation with the Patent for a Shoe – a design that goes beyond footwear, encapsulating the iconic styles and cutting-edge technologies that define Nike’s legacy. Granted on January 14, 2020, under patent number USD872449S1, this design patent is a celebration of the artistry and functionality that Nike shoes bring to the world.
Edmund Holmes from Portland, OR, is the visionary inventor behind this patent, contributing to the legacy of Nike’s innovative footwear. The assignee of this patent is none other than NIKE, Inc., headquartered in Beaverton, OR, a global giant that has transformed athletic footwear into cultural touchstones.
This design patent is a testament to Nike’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of athletic innovation while setting the standard for zeitgeist style. From the iconic Air Force 1s to the cutting-edge Flyknit technologies, Nike shoes have become more than just a fashion statement; they are cultural symbols that resonate with athletes and enthusiasts worldwide.
As of now, the patent status is active, ensuring the continued protection of Nike’s groundbreaking shoe designs. Whether you’re hitting the track, the court, or the streets, Nike shoes, protected under this patent, are more than just a step forward – they are a leap into a future where innovation and style coalesce. Embrace the patent-protected brilliance that Edmund Holmes and NIKE, Inc. bring to the world of footwear, setting trends and leaving an indelible mark on athletic culture.