Title:
Tire tread
United States Patent D766168
Inventors:
Baranger, Eddy (Clermont-Ferrand, FR)
Chebaut, Christophe (Clermont-Ferrand, FR)
Bacher, Guillaume (Clermont-Ferrand, FR)
Application Number:
29/490884
Publication Date:
09/13/2016
Filing Date:
05/15/2014
Assignee:
COMPAGNIE GENERALE DES ETABLISSEMENTS MICHELIN (FR)
MICHELIN RECHERCHE ET TECHNIQUE S.A. (CH)
Primary Class:
International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 1215
Field of Search:
D12/511-525, D12/535, D12/537, D12/568-603, 152/209.1, 152/209.8, 152/209.18, 152/209.25, 152/209.28
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US Patent References:
D742809Tyre treadNovember, 2015RenisD12/583
D738811Tire treadSeptember, 2015DrakeD12/583
D735640Pneumatic tireAugust, 2015VandaeleD12/553
D732465Automobile tireJune, 2015YamadaD12/588
20140299242TREAD PATTERN FOR TIRES FOR A CIVIL ENGINEERING VEHICLEOctober, 2014Chauvin152/209.8
20130180638HEAVY DUTY PNEUMATIC TIREJuly, 2013Washizuka152/209.8
D646219Tread portion of an automobile tireOctober, 2011SudaD12/591
D569785Tire for automobileMay, 2008MurataD12/519
D545266Tread portion of an automobile tireJune, 2007YamauraD12/584
D506722Tread portion of an automobile tireJune, 2005NonakaD12/553
D489036Tread portion of an automobile tireApril, 2004IrimiyaD12/553
D489037Tread portion of an automobile tireApril, 2004IrimiyaD12/553
D385234Tire treadOctober, 1997YoungD12/553
Other References:
Tire Talk, posted at hubertire.com, posting on Oct. 9, 2013, © 2014 hubertire.com, [online], [site visited Nov. 17, 2015]. Available from Internet, .
Primary Examiner:
Pandozzi, Marianne
Assistant Examiner:
Soroush, Aula
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Dickinson Wright PLLC
Claims:
CLAIM

1. The ornamental design for a tire tread, as shown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a tire tread showing our new design;

FIG. 2 is a front elevation view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a right side elevation view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a left side elevation view thereof; and,

FIG. 5 is an enlarged fragmentary perspective view thereof.

The broken lines depict environmental subject matter that forms no part of the claimed design. The dot-dot-dash lines represent the peripheral boundary between the tire tread and the unclaimed sidewall. The tread pattern is understood to repeat uniformly throughout the circumference of the tire.