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Patent pending novel jeans designer looks for licensee
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Feb '13
An innovative new product that represents an eye catching and functional twist on a commonly used clothing item, the Ultra Convenient Jeans, has been developed by Tia Warfield of Orlinda, Tennessee. The invention’s unique design provides its users with unprecedented convenience when changing in and out of jeans.

Clothing choices have always been about a combination of comfort and style. Even casual wear such as denim jeans present a wide variety of colors, designs, and price ranges for a consumer to choose from. However, in spite of the considerable convenience and diversity that they do offer, this particular piece of apparel does often present one common difficulty. Due primarily to the texture of the fabric that they are composed from, jeans can be cumbersome to remove and put on, especially for someone who may have physical limitations.

With these problems in mind, the Ultra Convenient Jeans has been conceived. The Ultra Convenient Jeans will save its users time and hassle when changing clothes in a rush. The product will be of particular value to those with physical disabilities and restrictions.

Additionally, the Ultra Convenient Jeans will be made available in a wide variety of styles and design options, allowing consumers to utilize it as a visual announcement of their love for someone who has passed away, a favorite sports team, or a religious affiliation. Furthermore, they will be competitively priced, adding to their appeal.

The Ultra Convenient Jeans are also in patent pending status with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Ms. Warfield now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for her under a royalty agreement. Potential licensees in the apparel industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Ultra Convenient Jeans on a worldwide basis.

In October 2012, Ms. Warfield contracted invention assistance services leader Innovation Direct to represent the Ultra Convenient Jeans to potential licensees for a 2 year period. Innovation Direct obtains the maximum amount of exposure for the products that it represents through its unique and patented licensing methodology and its participation in multiple and diverse industry-leading trade shows each year.

Exhibits that Innovation Direct has attended in recent years include the SHOT Show, the International Home and Housewares Show, the National Hardware Show, Licensing International, the SEMA and AAPEX Shows and the ERA D2C Convention.

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