Shoe upper
United States Patent D782803

Kanata, Kohei (Portland, OR, US)
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NIKE, Inc. (Beaverton, OR, US)
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International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 0299
Field of Search:
D2/902, D2/906-908, D2/944, D2/946, D2/969, D2/972-974, D2/977
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US Patent References:
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D648103Golfer shoesNovember, 2011ChionnaD2/902
D595945Golf shoe upperJuly, 2009Mochen
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D524525Portion of a shoe upperJuly, 2006Shin
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D515299Footwear upperFebruary, 2006Burg
D499876Portion of a shoe upperDecember, 2004Lozano
D498910Portion of a shoe upperNovember, 2004Link
D491346Side element of a shoe upperJune, 2004Roulo
D474882Portion of a shoe upperMay, 2003Cooper
D468086Portion of a shoe upperJanuary, 2003McDowell
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D400000Portion of a shoe upperOctober, 1998HatfieldD2/972
D397861Portion of a shoe upperSeptember, 1998TeagueD2/972
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D395348Side portion of a shoe upperJune, 1998Smith, IIID2/972
D385403Element of a shoe upperOctober, 1997Kuerbis
D382101Side element of a shoe upperAugust, 1997Teague
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D365197Shoe upperDecember, 1995Hatfield
D158953N/AJune, 1950GillisD2/907

Primary Examiner:
Simone, Dominic
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.

1. The ornamental design for a shoe upper, as shown and described.


FIG. 1 is a front perspective view of a shoe upper showing my new design;

FIG. 2 is a side view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a second side view thereof; and,

FIG. 4 is a top view thereof.

The broken lines immediately adjacent to the shaded area represent unclaimed boundaries of the design. The broken lines showing the remainder of the shoe are for environmental purposes only and form no part of the claimed design.