Title:
Shoe upper
United States Patent D790201
Inventors:
Mcmillan, Graeme (Portland, OR, US)
Application Number:
29/588986
Publication Date:
06/27/2017
Filing Date:
12/27/2016
Assignee:
NIKE, Inc. (Beaverton, OR, US)
Primary Class:
International Classes:
(IPC1-7): 0299
Field of Search:
D2/902, D2/906-908, D2/923, D2/944, D2/969, D2/971-974, D5/47, D5/49, D5/54
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US Patent References:
D783982Shoe upperApril, 2017Williams, Jr.D2/972
D783987Shoe upperApril, 2017Williams, Jr.D2/972
D780424Shoe upperMarch, 2017AbeD2/972
D780431Shoe upperMarch, 2017PaukD2/972
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D779192Shoe upperFebruary, 2017Desphy
D771926Shoe upperNovember, 2016Little
D744222Shoe upperDecember, 2015Taylor
D694515Shoe upperDecember, 2013Rasmussen
D692649Shoe upperNovember, 2013Chang
D693102Shoe upperNovember, 2013Hoffer
D693107Shoe upperNovember, 2013Dolce
D688860Shoe upperSeptember, 2013HrsakD2/972
D675419Shoe upperFebruary, 2013Miner
D668441Shoe upperOctober, 2012ShafferD2/972
D668858Shoe upperOctober, 2012ShafferD2/972
D661079Shoe upperJune, 2012YangD2/969
D643616Shoe upperAugust, 2011CaineD2/972
D584498Footwear upperJanuary, 2009Matis
D577898Footwear upperOctober, 2008BelleyD2/969
D566943Footwear upperApril, 2008Belley et al.
D564197Footwear upperMarch, 2008Matis
D556999Footwear upperDecember, 2007Belley et al.
D527883Portion of a shoe upperSeptember, 2006Holmes
D520724Portion of a shoe upperMay, 2006Link
D509953Portion of a shoe upperSeptember, 2005Cooper
D505254Portion of a shoe upperMay, 2005Link
D503528Portion of a shoe upperApril, 2005Morris
D501300Portion of a shoe upperFebruary, 2005Adams et al.
D487187Side element of a shoe upperMarch, 2004Goldman
D481529Portion of a shoe upperNovember, 2003Adams et al.
D474006Shoe upperMay, 2003SchroederD2/969
D474008Shoe upperMay, 2003Masullo
D474884Portion of a shoe upperMay, 2003AdamsD2/972
D470298Portion of a shoe upperFebruary, 2003AdamsD2/969
D468896Portion of a shoe upperJanuary, 2003Adams et al.
D467713Portion of a shoe upperDecember, 2002Adams et al.
D457297Shoe upperMay, 2002Adams et al.
D446919Shoe upperAugust, 2001Lamprou
D325120Shoe upperApril, 1992Clark
D297882Shoe upperOctober, 1988Tong et al.
D295230Shoe upperApril, 1988Tong
D292943Shoe upperDecember, 1987Tong
D292944Shoe upperDecember, 1987Kelley
D284329ShoeJune, 1986Rolando
D283750Casual shoe with pocketMay, 1986Gamm
D283078Athletic shoe with pocket cover flapMarch, 1986Gamm
D280949Athletic shoe with padded counterOctober, 1985Gamm
D281117Athletic shoe with pocket cover flapOctober, 1985Gamm
D280672Athletic shoe with pocket cover flapSeptember, 1985Gamm
D279519Casual shoe with pocketJuly, 1985Gamm
D278757Sport shoeMay, 1985Werman
D278758Shoe upperMay, 1985Michaeli
D278850Shoe upperMay, 1985Michaeli
D278185Shoe upperApril, 1985Michaeli
D278186Shoe upperApril, 1985Michaeli
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Other References:
Nike Footwear Catalog, 1994 Fall Footwear, p. 26, published Nov. 1993, NIKE, Inc., USA.
Nike Footwear Catalog, 1998 Spring Footwear, p. 7, published Jun. 1997, NIKE, Inc., USA.
Nike Footwear Catalog, 1998 Spring Footwear, p. 112, published Jun. 1997, NIKE, Inc., USA.
Nike Footwear Catalog, 2013 Fall Core Footwear, p. 5, published Nov. 2012, NIKE, Inc., USA.
Nike Footwear Catalog, 2013 Fall Core Footwear, p. 25, published Nov. 2012, NIKE, Inc., USA.
Primary Examiner:
Simone, Dominic
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.
Claims:
CLAIM

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

Description:

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

FIG. 2 is a front medial perspective view thereof;

FIG. 3 is a lateral side view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a medial side view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a front view thereof; and,

FIG. 6 is a top view thereof.

The broken lines immediately adjacent to the shaded area at the top and bottom of the tongue region represents unclaimed boundaries of the design. The broken line extending across the tongue represents unclaimed subject matter and forms no part of the claimed design. The broken lines showing the remainder of the shoe represent unclaimed subject matter and form no part of the claimed design.