Trademark Class 22: Ropes and Textile Products

Trademark Class 22 is for registering a trademark for string, ropes, tents, awnings and nets. It mainly includes stings, ropes, nets, awnings, tents, tarpaulins, sails, bags and sacks (not included in other classes); stuffing and padding materials (except of plastics or rubber); raw fibrous textile materials. It also includes twines and cords in natural or artificial textile fibres, paper or plastics.

Here are the items under Class 22
Class 22 Group Class 22 Good
Raw textile fibers and substitutes animal hair, camel hair, carbon fibers [fibers] for textile use, carded wool, coconut fiber [fiber]/coconut fiber/coconut fiber, cocoons, combed wool, cotton tow, esparto grass, fleece wool, fibrous gaskets for ships, glass fibers [fibers] for textile use, hemp, hemp bands, horsehair, jute, liber, linters, plastic fibers [fibers] for textile use, raffia, ramie fiber, raw or treated wool, raw linen [flax], raw fibrous textile, raw cotton, raw silk, schappe [raw silk waste]/silk waste, shorn wool, silk flock, textile fibers [fibers]/textile fibers/textile fibers, tow, vitreous silica fibers [fibers] for textile use, wool flock, Goods made of textile and fibers, covers for camouflage, tarred brattice cloth.
Slings and bands bands, not of metal, for wrapping or binding, braces, not of metal, for handling loads/harness, not of metal, for handling loads, hammocks, ladder tapes for venetian blinds/ladder tapes or webbing for venetian blinds, slings, not of metal, for handling loads, straps, not of metal, for handling loads/belts, not of metal, for handling loads, strips for tying-up vines, wrapping or binding bands, not of metal.
Bags and sacks for packaging, storage and transport bags for washing hosiery, bags [sacks] for the transport and storage of materials in bulk, body bags, mail bags, sacks [bags] of textile, for packaging/bags [envelopes, pouches] of textile, for packaging.
Tarpaulins, awnings, tents, and unfitted coverings awnings of textile, awnings of synthetic materials, tarpaulins, tents/awnings, vehicle covers, not fitted
Sails canvas for sails, sails, sails for ski sailing
Ropes and strings binding thread, not of metal, for agricultural purposes, cables, not of metal, car towing ropes, cords for hanging pictures, packing string, packing rope, rope ladders, ropes, ropes, not of metal, sash cords, sheaf-binding yarns, string, thread, not of metal, for wrapping or binding, twine made of paper, wax ends, whipcord.
Nets nets for camouflage, fishing nets, net pens for fish farming, nets, network, purse seines, snares [nets], twine for nets.
Padding and stuffing materials cotton waste [flock] for padding and stuffing, down [feathers], eiderdown, feathers for bedding, feathers for stuffing upholstery, flock [stuffing], grasses for upholstering, kapok, packing [cushioning, stuffing] materials, not of rubber or plastics, padding materials, not of rubber or plastics/stuffing, not of rubber or plastic, sawdust, seaweed for stuffing/sea wrack, sisal, straw for stuffing upholstery, straw wrappers for bottles/bottle envelopes of straw/packing, of straw, for bottles, upholstery wool [stuffing], wadding for filtering, wadding for padding and stuffing upholstery, wood wool, wood shavings.

Related (Coordinated) Classes: Class 23 - Yarns and Threads, Class 24 - Textiles, Class 35 - Advertising and Business Services, and Class 42 - Science and Technology Services.

NOTE: Class 22 is NOT used if you are registering:
  • strings for musical instruments

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