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Number: 2/309
Name: Apparel > Garment supporters and retainers > Partially encircling limb or torso type
Description: Garment supporters which only partially encircle a limb or torso to retain or support a garment. So-called "halfbelts" are here.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7905849 Back brace frame with two individual power modules Mar. 15, 2011
7665189 Clothes fastening system Feb. 23, 2010
7615023 Donning support with framework fastened to garment Nov. 10, 2009
6616581 Biceps and triceps isolator Sep. 9, 2003
6253384 Partial, removable, reusable waistband and its holder Jul. 3, 2001
6098202 Beltloop jewelry article Aug. 8, 2000
5974586 Sunlight blocking sleeves Nov. 2, 1999
5347657 Swim suit bottom Sep. 20, 1994
5027441 Ladies stockings Jul. 2, 1991
4305685 Quick release divers belt Dec. 15, 1981











 
 
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