gezogener Beinabschluss

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German term or phrase:gezogener Beinabschluss
English translation:tightened leg bottoms
Entered by: Elvira Schmid

09:03 Oct 30, 2007
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German to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
German term or phrase: gezogener Beinabschluss
Super stylische Trainingshose mit seitlich geschwungen RV-Taschen, Trefoil-Logo, gezogenem Beinabschluss, raffinierter 3-Streifen Lösung und elastischem Bund mit innenliegendem Kordelzug
Elvira Schmid
Italy
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2raised leg cuff
casper (X)


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raised leg cuff


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Kniehoch eingesetzter schoeller®-keprotec® garantiert hohe Abriebfestigkeit und zuverlässigen Kantenschutz, **Beinabschluss** mit RV
http://www.mammut.ch/mammut/katalog.asp?view=detail&tid=5179...



schoeller®-keprotec® knee patches guarantee high abrasion resistance and reliable edge protection, **leg cuff** with zipper
http://www.mammut.ch/mammut/katalog.asp?view=detail&tid=5179...



A method and apparatus for producing **raised leg cuffs** for diapers in which an elastic band is oriented in a straight line direction so as to be adhesively encapsulated between the fold portions of a diaper web while the same is passing through a folding board.
http://www.freepatentsonline.com/5190606.html

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