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Buttocks support device

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6058514.

A Buttocks Support Device is disclosed. Also disclosed is a support device that comprises an abdominal ring and a pair of thigh rings. Each thigh ring comprises a buttock section and a solar plexus section, the buttock section being configured to lift and restrain the wearer's buttock. The preferred device includes a sleeve thereover for permitting the "rings" to be tightened without pulling on the wearer's skin. It is a further aspect that the device anchor at either the waist or the hips, depending upon the wishes of the wearer. Still further, the thigh rings include adjustment means for adjusting the length of the thigh rings. Furthermore, the preferred abdominal ring includes means for attaching and detaching the device from around the wearer's waist.

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