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Number: 2/182.8
Name: Apparel > Head coverings > With sweats or other supplementary head engaging member > Perforated
Description: Head coverings in which the head-contacting means is a plate or band having a passage or slot through the thickness of the plate or band and through which air or perspiration may pass.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8516617 Hat with enhanced ventilation Aug. 27, 2013
8240311 3D ventilation device for separating body skin from clothes Aug. 14, 2012
7774861 Compressed cellulose pop-up sponge head or body band and method of use Aug. 17, 2010
7398560 Hat/visor with brim vent Jul. 15, 2008
7278173 Adjustable baseball cap Oct. 9, 2007
6715154 Cap with hidden teeth Apr. 6, 2004
6477715 Detachable disposable sweatband Nov. 12, 2002
6052831 Free-size cap Apr. 25, 2000
5855023 Ventilated hat Jan. 5, 1999
5685018 Disposable perm rinsing cap Nov. 11, 1997
5054122 Structure of hat with cooling system for the head Oct. 8, 1991
4550445 Ventilated athletic cap Nov. 5, 1985
4247958 Uniform cap with changeable cover Feb. 3, 1981











 
 
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