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United States Patent D818,022
Barranco May 15, 2018

Climbing glasses


CLAIM The ornamental design for climbing glasses, as shown and described.
Inventors: Barranco; Francisco Javier Rodellar (Lleida, ES)
Name City State Country Type

Barranco; Francisco Javier Rodellar



Appl. No.: 35/502,001
Filed: June 1, 2016

International Registration

Int'l Reg. No. Int'l Reg. Date Int'l Reg.
Publication Date
Hague Int'l
Filing Date
DM/091461 Jun 1, 2016 Dec 2, 2016 Jun 1, 2016

Current U.S. Class: D16/137
Current International Class: 1606
Field of Search: ;D16/101,137,300-342,900 ;D14/372 ;D21/483,659-661 ;D29/109-110

References Cited [Referenced By]

U.S. Patent Documents
2123682 July 1938 Wingate
2147448 February 1939 Orval
4077703 March 1978 Pablo
4792223 December 1988 Axelbaum
4804261 February 1989 Kirschen
5042910 August 1991 Dolezal
5170190 December 1992 Berke
5173720 December 1992 Lee
6280031 August 2001 Zerkle
6834952 December 2004 Polovin
8186828 May 2012 Leeper
Primary Examiner: Pratt; Michael A


1. Climbing glasses

1.1 : Front

1.2 : Bottom

1.3 : Right

1.4 : Back

1.5 : Left

1.6 : Top

Climbing glasses which comprise a rectangular plate having end portions protruding from the plate's front edge onto which a respective triangular prism is provided; the protruding portions have terminal walls perpendicular to the plate with an inclined upper edge corresponding to the prism slope; a wall is provided comprising a lower portion perpendicular to the plate central portion and an upper portion wider than the lower portion linked through an intermediate inclined portion; a strip which passes through the upper portion is disclaimed.

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