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Richard Goldsborough: Crash helmet with thermoelectric cooling. R & G Machine Tool, Charles D Gunter Jr, November 20, 2007: US07296304 (92 worldwide citation)

An conditioning system is shown for a helmet having an impact resistant body with an exterior, an interior which defines a head receiving cavity, a front region and having a back region which is located adjacent a lower edge of the helmet body. A first opening is provided in the helmet body located ...


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Lewicki Lester R: Air cooled helmet. Bell Helmets, White and Haefliger, December 16, 1975: US3925821 (81 worldwide citation)

A helmet adapted especially for bicyclist wear comprising an outer shell or lamination adhered to an insulative or shock absorptive liner spaced, as worn, from the head of the wearer, the helmet having distributed air intake openings extending through the liner and from which entering air streams ar ...


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Lloyd S Sullivan: Sweatbands. Hughes & Multer, August 15, 1989: US04856116 (69 worldwide citation)

A sweatband which has a first component for absorbing copious quantities of perspiration from a user's skin and a second component for holding the first component against that part of the user's body from which perspiration is to be adsorbed. The moisture absorbing component has a core of moisture a ...


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George J Konucik: Quick-change sweat band. Richard L Miller, July 17, 1990: US04941210 (68 worldwide citation)

This quick-change sweat band or pad is designed to be comfortable and is attached to the existing sweat band manufactured in a cap or other head-wear or garments. Primarily, it consists of a loop pile fastener adhered permanently to the existing sweat band or garment, and a hook pile fastener is sim ...


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Phyllis S Benston, Michael E Cotie: Liner for a helmet, hat, cap or other head covering. Weyerhaeuser Company, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, June 25, 1991: US05025504 (56 worldwide citation)

A liner for helmets, hats, caps or other head coverings has a body with a central section and tapered end sections. The body includes liquid absorbing material and is releasably secured to the head covering for easy replacement. The liners are typically disposable and may be formed with a core of th ...


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William A Waters: Air conditioned headwear having convertible power module. Head & Johnson, January 16, 1990: US04893356 (53 worldwide citation)

Headwear, including all forms of caps, hats, hard hats, visor type caps, to include a switchable power module capable of converting an electric motor driven air moving means from battery power to solar power wherein the solar power panel is removable.


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Lester V Broersma: Aerodynamic bicyclists helmet construction. Bell Helmets, William W Haefliger, March 31, 1987: US04653123 (52 worldwide citation)

A bicyclist's helmet has an outer shell; an inner liner; forward air inlet structure and rearward air discharge structure, as well as air channeling in between the inlet and discharge to provide ram effect cooling; resiliently collapsible bellows padding on the liner to engage the wearer's head; ret ...


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Donna J Henderson: Combined headband and hair-retainer. R Russel Austin, January 7, 1997: US05590422 (47 worldwide citation)

A combined hairband and hair-retainer includes an elastic, absorbent headband having a hair retainer attached thereto. The hair retainer is an elongated member which is sufficiently flexible to be deformed by hand from one shape to another sufficiently rigid to retain any shape into which it is form ...


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Edward W Henschel: Head covering equipped with double pocket. Rogers Eilers & Howell, June 5, 1984: US04451935 (44 worldwide citation)

A first wall and a second wall coact with a portion of a head covering section of a head covering to define an inner pocket and an outer pocket. The first wall is taller than the second wall to define a flap-forming portion; and a fold in that first wall permits that flap-forming portion to be moved ...



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