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Patent granted for 'Footwear with dynamic arch system'

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 31, 2015.

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  2. Dr. Steven King

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    Aloha,

    Does anyone know how strong a magnet would need to be to be able to repel body weight with enough force to make a significant difference in energy return?

    Would it cover its cost in additional weight to the footwear system, whereas an increase of 100 grams of footwear weight is offset be a 1% reduction of energy efficiency?

    Reference claims 7-8 of this new footwear patent.

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    Steve
     
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