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  • 1265 15Th St, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 (201) 224-2924
  • Bronx, NY
  • Northvale, NJ
  • Elmwood Park, NJ
  • New Milford, NJ
  • Hillsdale, NJ
  • East Elmhurst, NY
  • Seattle, WA

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Company / Classification
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Aharon Bar
Principal
Bar Family LLC
Business Services · Business Services, Nec, Nsk
1265 15 St, West Fort Lee, NJ 07024

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Apparatus And Method For Fastening A Shoe

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US Patent:
2009010, Apr 23, 2009
Filed:
Oct 22, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/976104
Inventors:
Aharon Bar - Fort Lee NJ,
Michael Bar - Tenafly NJ,
International Classification:
A44B 18/00
US Classification:
24306
Abstract:
A fastening apparatus for a shoe including an adjustable gap and a fastener with two elements, wherein one fastener element is attached to the first side of the adjustable gap. Two laces are attached at a first end to the second fastener element, and extending from the second fastener element to the second side of the adjustable gap, and at least one lace extends from the second side of the adjustable gap to the first side of the adjustable gap. For tightening the shoe, the second fastener element is pulled towards the first side of the adjustable gap, and is attached to the first fastener element for keeping the shoe fastened.

Apparatus For Fastening A Shoe

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US Patent:
2009010, Apr 23, 2009
Filed:
Jan 15, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/014363
Inventors:
Aharon Bar - Fort Lee NJ,
Michael Bar - Tenafly NJ,
International Classification:
A43C 11/00
US Classification:
36 501
Abstract:
A fastening apparatus for a shoe including an adjustable gap with two sides and a fastener with two elements, wherein one fastener element is attached to the first side of the adjustable gap. At least one lace is threaded through holes along the two sides of the adjustable gap, and two ends of the lace are fastened together between the second fastening element and the second side of the adjustable gap. The lace is threaded at one end through an opening in the second fastener element and forms at least one lace segment that extends from the second fastener element to the second side of the adjustable gap, and at least one lace segment extends from the second side of the adjustable gap to the first side of the adjustable gap. The two ends of the at least one lace may be fastened together by a knot. For tightening the shoe, the second fastener element is pulled towards the first side of the adjustable gap, and is attached to the first fastener element for keeping the shoe fastened.

Method For Producing An Insole

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US Patent:
5095570, Mar 17, 1992
Filed:
May 10, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/698655
Inventors:
Aharon Bar - Bronx NY
Michael Bar - Tenafly NJ
Assignee:
Orthofeet Inc. - Hillsdale NJ
International Classification:
A43B 1000
B29C 3340
US Classification:
12142N
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for producing an insole for a foot including defining a flexible insole housing in which is disposed a deformable material impregnated with an uncured resin, activating the resin for initiating curing thereof, locating the foot on the insole housing and allowing the resin to harden and thus, to preserve the configuration defined by the bottom of the foot.

Method For Producing An Insole

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US Patent:
5042100, Aug 27, 1991
Filed:
Dec 12, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/449974
Inventors:
Aharon Bar - Bronx NY
Michael Bar - Tenafly NJ
Assignee:
Orthofeet Inc. - Hillsdale NJ
International Classification:
A43B 1338
B29B 1510
US Classification:
1242N
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for producing an insole for a foot including defining a flexible insole housing in which is disposed a deformable material impregnated with an uncured resin, activating the resin for initiating curing thereof, locating the foot on the insole housing and allowing the resin to harden and thus, to preserve the configuration defined by the bottom of the foot.
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