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Number: 2/320
Name: Apparel > Garment supporters and retainers > Torso or limb encircling > With additional holding devices or features > With nonfastening holding means
Description: Devices in which the means for holding or retaining a garment include no movable fastener parts. These include (1) a member or members attached to the belt which act to increase friction, such as pads or buttons, which press on the garment to be held, (2) elements on the inside of the belt which are chordal, i.e., would intersect the arc of belt when it is curved, or (3) belts having impaling members but no other structure to hold the impaling means.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7942856 Post surgical drain facilitator gown May. 17, 2011
4932079 Garment supporter Jun. 12, 1990
4520536 Clothing clasp Jun. 4, 1985











 
 
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