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Number: 36/60S
Name: Boots, shoes, and leggings >

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
36/1 Miscellaneous 124
36/1.5 Boots or shoes and detachable leg covers 40
36/10 Inside slippers 141
36/12 Sole-attaching means 125
36/140 Orthopedic boot or shoe with corrective element 140
36/24.5 Interfitted sole and heel 46
36/25R Soles 461
36/2R Leggings and gaiters 87
36/34R Heels 50
36/43 Insoles 413
36/45 Uppers 253
36/58.5 Boot and shoe retaining 108
36/59R Antislipping devices 271
36/68 Counter stiffeners 64
36/69 Counter and heel supports 99
36/70R Garment protectors 5
36/71 Pads 244
36/71.5 Preformed, externally applied, wear-connecting attachments 10
36/72R Protectors 196
36/76R Shanks 51
36/77R Toe caps and tips 124
36/78 Welts and rands 12
36/80 With heel lock 25
36/81 Foot elevators 36
36/82 With heel plate 5
36/83 Boots and shoes 49
36/DIG.1 Cement 3
36/DIG.2 Plastic 6

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued

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