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Number: 223/119
Name: Apparel apparatus > Putting on or removing garments > Boot and shoe > Shoehorns > Gripping
Description: The horn has means for gripping the shoe-upper, so a pull can be applied to the shoe.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7287675 Three-in-one health care system Oct. 30, 2007
6951224 Walking support having shoehorn/gripper and magnet accessories Oct. 4, 2005
6474518 Children's shoehorn Nov. 5, 2002
6426132 Flexible, laminated shoe horn Jul. 30, 2002
5961012 Shoehorn for use with walking cane Oct. 5, 1999
5927573 Shoe horn for the physically handicapped Jul. 27, 1999
5924610 Device to facilitate putting on socks and similar articles of clothing Jul. 20, 1999
5741569 Shoe and sock donning device for physically handicapped Apr. 21, 1998
5655693 Clip-on shoehorn Aug. 12, 1997
4966316 Shoe horn and cane apparatus Oct. 30, 1990
4709839 Shoe butler with heel gripping device Dec. 1, 1987
4606483 Bootgripper Aug. 19, 1986
4113159 Shoe retaining and carrying device Sep. 12, 1978

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