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Class Information
Number: D2/940
Name: Apparel and haberdashery > Footwear > Women`s shoe > Slip-on-type > With open toe
Description: Design that includes a toe area that is not enclosed.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D700420 Footwear Mar. 4, 2014
D667615 Shoe Sep. 25, 2012
D661877 Shoe Jun. 19, 2012
D655486 Footwear Mar. 13, 2012
D637801 Shoe May. 17, 2011
D625087 Footwear Oct. 12, 2010
D618449 Footwear Jun. 29, 2010
D611686 Footwear Mar. 16, 2010
D605382 Footwear Dec. 8, 2009
D605393 Footwear Dec. 8, 2009
D604498 Upper for a shoe Nov. 24, 2009
D599092 Upper for a shoe Sep. 1, 2009
D584489 Footwear Jan. 13, 2009
D582989 Footwear Dec. 16, 2008
D582142 Footwear Dec. 9, 2008
D582144 Footwear Dec. 9, 2008
D577479 Woman's shoe Sep. 30, 2008
D575943 Footwear Sep. 2, 2008
D568592 Footwear May. 13, 2008
D568033 Footwear May. 6, 2008
D515789 Shoe Feb. 28, 2006
D515289 Sandal Feb. 21, 2006
D279517 Shoe Jul. 9, 1985
D278947 Shoe and the like May. 28, 1985











 
 
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