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Daniel P Farrell: Protective sports garment. Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, October 2, 2001: US06295654 (71 worldwide citation)

A continuous protective garment provides a matrix of cells each containing a cube-like protective element. Continuous layers of fabric bonded along intersecting lines provides an individual cell for each of plural protective elements sandwiched between the fabric layers. An outer rigid protective su ...


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Bradley G Hall: Athletic padded garment. March 25, 1986: US04577346 (12 worldwide citation)

A protective sports garment has a plurality of flat rings designed to extend about the wearer adjacent the waist area. The rings are mounted to partially overlap in any normal attitude of the athlete and the overlap may then alter to conform to the athletes movements.


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ALOY FONT JUAN MANUEL: [fr] Vêtement protecteur pour sport, [de] Sportschutzkleidung, [en] Protective sports garment. ALOY FONT JUAN MANUEL, November 17, 2010: EP2250913-A1

[en] The present invention relates to a protective trouser-type sports garment, which is made of an elastic fabric both in the longitudinal direction and in the transverse direction, and comprises respective longitudinal reinforcements both in the front part of the garment (6) intended to act on the ...


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ALOY FONT JUAN MANUEL: [fr] Vêtement protecteur pour sport, [de] Sportschutzkleidung, [en] Protective sports garment. ALOY FONT JUAN MANUEL, July 28, 2010: EP2210510-A1

[en] A protective sports garment, of the type formed like trousers with an upper waist (2) for passing the torso of the user and two longer or shorter legs or lower tubular extensions (3) for introducing and housing the legs and more specifically the thighs, where the garment (1) is made of an elast ...


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Hall Bradley G: Vetement matelasse pour lathletisme, Athletic padded garment. Hall Bradley G, WESTELL ROBERT LAW, July 4, 1989: CA1256651

A B S T R A C T A protective sports garment has a plurality offlat rings designed to extend about the wearer adjacent thewaist area. The rings are mounted to partially overlap in anynormal attitude of the athlete and the overlap may then alterto conform to the athletes movements.


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Juan Manuel Aloy Font: Protective Sports Garment. Banner & Witcoff, August 19, 2010: US20100205710-A1

There is disclosed a protective sports garment that is intended to prevent the tearing of hamstring muscles by easy-to-use means and to improve the recovery of the user in the event of injury. In one aspect of the invention, the sports garment is formed like trousers with an upper waist and two lowe ...


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Juan Manuel Aloy Font: Protective sports garment. Wiggin And Dana, November 11, 2010: US20100281593-A1

A protective trouser sports garment is made of an elastic fabric both in the longitudinal direction and in the transverse direction, and has respective longitudinal reinforcements both in the front part of the garment intended to act on the quadriceps muscles and in the rear part of the garment, int ...


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Farrell Daniel P: Protective sports garment. Farrell Daniel P, MORIARTY Gordon R, February 27, 2003: WO/2003/015550

A continuous protective garment (10) provides a matrix of cells (12) each containing a cube-like protective element. Continuous layers of fabric (24) bonded along intersecting lines provides an individual cell for each of plural protective element (20) sandwiches between the fabric layers (24). An o ...


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PROTECTIVE PADDING ASSEMBLY FOR A SPORTS APPAREL ARTICLE. Wilson Sporting Goods Co, April 16, 2015: US20150101110-A1

A protective sports garment comprising including an article of clothing and at least a first pad assembly having an inner surface and an outer surface defining a pad area. The pad assembly includes a plurality of spaced apart cells coupled together by a plurality of linking members, and first and se ...