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Number: 2/304
Name: Apparel > Garment supporters and retainers > With connected substantially spaced holders for plural garments
Description: Garment supporters in which two or more garments are supported by separate holders which are connected together but substantially spaced from each other as by strips or strands.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
2/305 Combined with shoulder straps 15
2/307 Plural waistline garments only 3
2/306 Supporting to hose only 2

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5172429 Combination suspenders for use with button and buttonless trousers Dec. 22, 1992
5168582 Firefighter turnout pants suspender support arrangement Dec. 8, 1992
5095549 Firefighter pant support system Mar. 17, 1992
4947489 Garment support Aug. 14, 1990
4597109 Garment Jul. 1, 1986
4481682 Suspenders Nov. 13, 1984

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