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Number: 2/72
Name: Apparel > Body garments > Union type > Skirted > Convertible bifurcated
Description: Union garments with skirted lower portion adapted to be changed to a bifurcated form.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8486035 Ostomy undergarment Jul. 16, 2013
8332965 Modesty hospital gown Dec. 18, 2012
8245322 Weighted exercise garment with detachable sections Aug. 21, 2012
7841020 Easy donning garment Nov. 30, 2010
7765610 Athletic protective device Aug. 3, 2010
7441278 Convertible body armor Oct. 28, 2008
5746068 Two layer integrally knit lower body garment May. 5, 1998
5613378 Integrally knit lower body garment Mar. 25, 1997
4815145 Convertible bathing suit Mar. 28, 1989
4790032 Woman's slip with V-shaped cutouts Dec. 13, 1988
4731884 Clothing article having modifiable appearance Mar. 22, 1988
4718122 Convertible garment Jan. 12, 1988
4485493 Convertible clothing article Dec. 4, 1984
4062062 Multi-style garment Dec. 13, 1977











 
 
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