Category: Design Patents

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Oct2014
I would imagine their love child would look something like this! In an odd twist of fate, or careful patent avoidance planning, the love child ends up with a sole sweep that flips from the Nike hosel-toward-toe pattern to a toe-toward-heel pattern. Give it a few months and we will ... Read More
October 12, 2014David Dawsey
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Sep2014
A recently issued design patent caught me by surprise. It was filed last June, which generally means it should be a product on the market by now. Take a guess which club company patented this design? (See bottom of post for the answer) I couldn’t place it, so logically it ... Read More
September 5, 2014David Dawsey
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Aug2014
**UPDATE :: This is the Legacy Black product line released in Japan. You can pick one up here for $945. Say what, $945! Thanks to @AustieOdyssey for the info!**   Callaway X3 Hot? Possible New Technology? A couple of design patents issued to Callaway Golf yesterdayand contain some design cues that lead me ... Read More
August 6, 2014David Dawsey
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Jul2014
Fat shovel-like soles, thick top lines, huge offsets, faces as big as a tennis racket; all club head characteristics that make Titleist purists puke in their mouths. The reality is that majority of iron sales are in the game improvement (GI) and super game improvement (SGI) categories. Back in the day, ... Read More
July 30, 2014David Dawsey
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Jul2014
While utility patent applications are often pie-in-the-sky dreams of designs and technologies that may never make it to the market, design patent applications are generally directly correlated with a product that is coming to market (or got canned at very last minute). This makes two design patents that issued this week ... Read More
July 25, 2014David Dawsey