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Number: 223/115
Name: Apparel apparatus > Putting on or removing garments > Boot and shoe > Bootjacks > Folding
Description: The jack can be folded upon itself or against the wall, chair, or other support to which attached.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7048159 Collapsible bootjack May. 23, 2006
6283343 Foldable bootjack Sep. 4, 2001
5806729 Collapsible bootjack for putting on and removing boots Sep. 15, 1998
5516015 Portable folding boot jack May. 14, 1996
D320691 Boot remover Oct. 15, 1991
5046650 Portable boot removable device attachable to heel Sep. 10, 1991
4653679 Shoe off aid Mar. 31, 1987
D275814 Foldable bootjack Oct. 9, 1984
4394946 Collapsible bootjack Jul. 26, 1983
4355744 Portable bootjack Oct. 26, 1982
4262828 Shoe remover Apr. 21, 1981
4243163 Device for drawing a boot off the foot Jan. 6, 1981
4226346 Compact foldable bootjack with positive locking device Oct. 7, 1980

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