FSG 83 Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings, Tents and Flags

Textiles, Leather, Furs, Apparel and Shoe Findings, Tents and Flags
Supply Items Included in Federal Supply Group 83
CLOTH,HOLLAND

A plain weave fabric, usually a low count print cloth which is heavily sized and may or may not be glazed. It is used for shade cloth, insulation, and many other industrial uses.

ARTIFICIAL LEATHER

A broad fabric more than 6 inches (152.4 millimeters) in width, made to resemble genuine leather. Excludes CLOTH, COATED.

CLOTH,COATED

A broad, nonmetallic cloth more than 6 inches in width, coated on one or both sides. For rubber sheet with nonmetallic cloth insert(s), see RUBBER SHEET, SOLID, CLOTH INSERT. See also CLOTH, LAMINATED. Excludes CLOTH, IMPREGNATED.

CLOTH,BRATTICE

A coarse, heavy, closely woven cloth in a plain or twill weave. It is usually treated to make it mildew and/or fire resistant.

PATCH,CLOTH,AIRPLANE

An item precut to a specific size. It is used to patch control surfaces on airplanes.

WEBBING,TEXTILE

A strong closely woven or knitted narrow fabric, in width up to and including 12 inches (304.8 millimeters), which may be made of cotton, jute, hemp, linen, nylon, and the like.It may have elastic strands.It may be of tubular construction or have two selvage edges.Excludes BRAID, TEXTILE.

CLOTH,LAMINATED

A fabricated material other than rubber sheet composed of two or more plies that are either put together by a binder such as rubber, glue, or resin; or put together under extreme pressure without a binder, or melted together under a heat-pressure process. At least one layer must qualify as a textile product, the other layer(s) being plastic sheet, aluminum foil or the like. The laminated product may be coated on one or both sides. For items with a single layer of nonmetallic cloth coated on one or both sides see CLOTH, COATED. For rubber sheet with nonmetallic cloth inserts see RUBBER SHEET, SOLID, CLOTH INSERT.

CLOTH,FELT

A fabric made of various fibers which have been matted; pressed and rolled; or woven, napped and felted. It is over 6 inches (152.4 millimeters) wide, over 12 inches (304.8 millimeters) long, and up to, but not including, 0.10 inch (2.54 millimeters) thick. See also FELT SHEET.

FELT SHEET

A fabric made of various fibers which have been matted, pressed and rolled, or woven, napped and felted. Furnished in widths greater than 6 inches (152.4 millimeters) and at least 0.10 inch (2.54 millimeters) thick. It includes bulk felt material cut to specific lengths of over 12 inches (304.8 millimeters) or in a continuous roll. See also CLOTH, FELT.

FELT STRIP

A fabric made of various fibers which have been matted, pressed and rolled; or woven, napped and felted. It may be a flat or special shape in cross section, up to and including 6 inches (152.4 millimeters) in width. This item is furnished in bulk form only. For items cut to specific dimensions or stocked in lengths for specific applications, see FELT, MECHANICAL, PREFORMED.

CORD,ELASTIC

An item composed of one or more elastic strands encased within a layer or layers of braid. It is generally used for shock absorbing and exercising cord. It may be straight cord or endless ring type. Excludes garters and CORD, ELASTIC, PARACHUTE PACK OPENING.

WASTE,MATTED YARNS

An item consisting of clean matted cotton and/or wool yarns which have no value for the main purpose of manufacturing; usually obtained as a by-product of the textile industry. May be used for journal box packing, wiping, and the like.

LACING,ELASTIC STRIP

A narrow strip of rubber like material having springiness, flexibility and resiliency providing stretchability and recovery qualities. It is used for general purposes such as tying, lacing together and/or fastening items in fixed positions. Excludes CORD, ELASTIC.

SCREENING,INSECT,NONMETALLIC

A fabric with a simple over-under weave forming meshes or openings similar to that of wire fabric. Excludes CLOTH, NETTING, which is woven with pattern that restrains movement of the warp and/or filling thread.

CLOTH,IMPREGNATED

A textile fabric more than 6 inches wide which has undergone a process of absorbing chemicals or other agents. The interstices between the yarns are completely filled with the impregnating compound throughout the thickness of the material. Excludes CLOTH, COATED.

WEBBING,TEXTILE,INTEGRAL LOCKING LOOP

WEBBING, TEXTILE having loops, integrally woven at specific intervals, which stand out from the base webbing and may be of a different width. For use in parachute packs and other similar applications, and designed for holding, locking, or the like.

WEBBING,TEXTILE,INTEGRAL LOCKING SLOT

WEBBING, TEXTILE having slots, integrally woven at specific intervals, which run from edge to edge laterally through the thickness of the webbing. For use in parachute packs and other similar applications, and designed for holding, locking, or the like.

CLOTH,AIRPLANE

A strong, firm textured, balanced, high count, plain weave cloth. It has a high strength weight ratio.

CLOTH,BALLOON

A closely constructed plain weave cloth having equal strength in the warp and filling.

CLOTH,BATISTE

Usually a soft, thin, lightweight cloth made in a plain weave.

CLOTH,GINGHAM

A yarn dyed, plain weave cloth, made in stripes, plaids and checks. It is made from either coarse carded yarn or fine, lightweight combed yarns.

CLOTH,LONGCLOTH

A fine, soft cloth woven of softly twisted yarns in a plain weave. It is similar to nainsook, but slightly heavier and has a dull finish.

CLOTH,ORGANDY

A fine, converted plain weave cloth, generally stiff, made from combed single yarns. It has a relatively high transparency.

CLOTH,PERCALE

A plain weave, lightweight, piece-dyed or printed cloth made of carded yarns with a firm, balanced construction.

CLOTH,PIQUE

A lightweight cloth characterized in its simple form by a raised cord effect usually warpwise.

CLOTH,WIND RESISTANT OXFORD

A cloth with a variation of plain weave (basket weave) such as two or more warp ends weaving as one and having an extremely tight construction. Excludes CLOTH, OXFORD.

CLOTH,DAMASK

A basic cloth with jacquard design sometimes woven with a satin weave background forming a lustrous fabric with a decorative figure. It is commonly used for table covers and napkins.

CLOTH,BILLIARD

A heavily fulled, durable cloth. It is napped, sheared and has a soft, smooth finish. The color is usually green and is generally used for covering billiard tables.

CLOTH,VELVET

A warp pile cloth with short, closely woven, cut pile which gives it a rich, soft texture.

CLOTH,VELOUR

A medium to heavyweight, soft, closely woven cloth with a short, cut pile or dense, erect nap. It is made in plain or satin weave.

CLOTH,BALLISTIC

A cloth constructed so as to have a specified minimum ballistic resistance. It is used in the manufacture of body armor, armored clothing and the like.

CLOTH,CAMBRIC

A closely woven, soft, plain weave cloth calendered with a slight luster on the face.

CLOTH,BARATHEA

A soft, smooth-faced, closely woven cloth, with an indistinct twilled basket weave.

CLOTH,ELASTIQUE

A firm cloth with a distinct double twill line effect running at a steep angle, each pair separated by a cut line or welt. Used for uniforms, riding clothes, slacks, and the like.

CLOTH,MELTON

A broken twill weave cloth with a smooth, feltlike finish. It is used for uniforms, overcoats, and windbreakers.

CLOTH,BURLAP

A coarse, heavy, plain weave cloth made with single yarns. It is used in the unfinished state for bagging, upholstery, linings, and the like.

CLOTH,PRESSING

A cloth woven in either a plain or twill weave, having a rough finish with a high heat resistance. It is used as a cover for flat bed laundry presses.

CLOTH,TERRY

A medium to heavyweight cloth with a loop pile on one or both surfaces. It is highly absorbent, usually used for toweling, bath mats, beach robes and the like.

CLOTH,CAMOUFLAGE

A coarse loosely woven, plain weave cloth in a solid color. It is treated for mildew, flame, and water resistance, and is impregnated with coloring matter that has infrared reflectance. It is used to drape over items for the purpose of concealment. Excludes CLOTH, BURLAP; CLOTH, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN; and CLOTH, OSNABURG.

CLOTH,CURTAIN

A light to medium weight cloth generally used for curtains, draperies, and the like. It is usually treated to make it fire resistant.

CLOTH,AWNING

A strong, firm textured, medium or heavy cloth, usually made from duck or drill with woven, printed or painted stripes of various widths. It is normally used for awnings, hammocks, beach umbrellas and the like.

CLOTH,DENIM

A yarn-dyed cloth with a warp-face twill, usually three-harness, but when heavier yarns are used, may be four-harness. It is usually used for work clothing. It does not include hickory or express stripe fabrics.

CLOTH,DRILL

A strong, warp-faced, twilled cloth, medium to heavy weight, generally made with coarse carded yarns in a two up, one down left-hand twill in a dense construction.

CLOTH,JEAN

A warp faced, three-harness twill cloth generally woven of fine, carded yarns. It has a high thread count and a fine twill line.

CLOTH,SATEEN

A strong, lustrous cloth employing a satin weave in either warp-face or filling-face effects.

CLOTH,SILESIA

A cloth with a glossy finish made in a filling-face twill and given a friction calender finish. It is usually used for linings.

CLOTH,WIND RESISTANT TWILL

An even-sided, four-harness, very tightly woven twill cloth having a thread count of approximately 190 in the warp, and the filling about one-half of the warp.

CLOTH,SHEETING

A plain weave cloth usually made with carded yarns in a wide range of constructions varying from about 40x38 to 64x68 per inch (16x15 to about 25 x 27 per centimeter). Excludes CLOTH (1), MUSLIN: and CLOTH (1), PERCALE.

CLOTH,MOCK LENO

An open weave cloth which is made by special variations of plain weaves producing the effect of a true leno weave.

CLOTH,BIRDSEYE

A cloth woven on a dobby loom in geometric patterns of diamond shapes, with a dot in the center of each figure, resembling a bird's eye. It has a highly absorbent quality and is generally used for toweling, diapers, and the like.

CLOTH,BUCKRAM

A coarse, open weave type cloth heavily sized to produce a stiffening effect. It may be formed by gluing together two or more layers of cloth such as cheesecloth or scrim. It is generally used as interlining.

CLOTH,CHAMBRAY

A plain weave cloth made with a colored warp and white filling. It may be made in a plain color, striped, checks, and figured patterns.

CLOTH,CHEESECLOTH

A lightweight, thin, carded cloth loosely woven in a plain weave. It is used for surgical dressings, dust cloths, bookbindings, straining purposes, and the like.

CLOTH,CORDUROY

A cloth having cut pile, vertical stripes formed by an extra system of filling yarns on either a plain or twill weave ground. It is very durable due to the pile affording good abrasion resistance.

CLOTH,CRASH

A rough textured cloth made from uneven yarn, usually in a plain weave. It is usually converted from osnaburg or sheeting and may be mercerized and bleached, dyed, or printed. It is generally used for toweling.

CLOTH,HUCK

A cloth woven with a huckaback weave on a dobby or a jacquard loom in a honeycomb effect. It has high absorbing qualities and is usually used for toweling.

CLOTH,JUNGLE

A heavy, closely woven cloth with pronounced cords running warpwise. It is generally constructed from plied warp and single filling yarns. The thread count is usually 210 to 214 per inch (about 83 per centimeter) in the filling and the warp is about 1/4 of the filling. It is commonly used in the manufacture or cold weather clothing.

CLOTH,MUSLIN

A firm, plain weave cloth made in a wide range of quality and weight. It is used for aprons, linings, shirtings, dress fabrics, sheets, pillowcases, and the like.

CLOTH,OSNABURG

A coarse, strong, plain weave, medium to heavyweight cloth. Sometimes used in the unfinished state for bagging.

CLOTH,SEERSUCKER

A plain weave cloth with permanent woven crinkle or crepe stripes in the direction of the warp produced by varying the tension of the warp ends. It is used for summer clothing, nurses' uniforms, pajamas, and the like.

CLOTH,SPONGE

A very coarse, open cloth made with a sponge or honeycomb (dobby) weave using plied yarns in the warp and thick, soft yarns in the filling. It is used for dish cloths, wiping rags, cleaning cloths, and the like.

CLOTH,WIGAN

A cloth converted from lightweight sheetings and print cloths, usually dyed black or gray, having a firm, starched, plain calender finish and used for interlinings in clothing to give body to the garment.

CLOTH,NONWOVEN

An absorbent cloth fabricated from fibers and yarns of vegetable, animal, and/or synthetic origin and held together by a binder.

LOOPERS,TEXTILE

A knitted, stretchable, circular loop of material made for craftwork. It is used in occupational therapy, and the like.

CLOTH,TWEED

A rough cloth with wiry, somewhat hairy surface but soft and flexible texture. It is made in a variety of effects with a plain or twill weave. It is generally furnished in coating, suiting, or dress weights.

CLOTH,BEAVER

A heavily fulled, lustrous, double woven cloth in a plain or twill weave. The face is given a light nap and sheared to produce a smooth dense curly nap. The back may be finished with a loose curly nap.

CLOTH,TOW TARGET

A lightweight cloth in plain or twill weave and generally in natural, unbleached white, or solid red color. It is designed for use in the manufacture of targets to be towed by aircraft.

CLOTH,CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN

A cloth manufactured in varying types and multicolored patterns designed to blend with various types of terrain. It is used in the fabrication of clothing and equipage for the purpose of concealing personnel and equipment. Excludes CLOTH, CAMOUFLAGE.

CLOTH,NAINSOOK

A soft, lightweight cloth in a plain weave with about the same size and number of yarns in the warp and the filling.

CLOTH,PAJAMA CHECK

A cloth constructed with print cloth yarns, woven in a fancy basket weave, similar to a checked dimity.

CLOTH,INTERLINING

A cloth that is placed between the lining and the outer fabric of a garment as a stiffening, to give the garment shape, or as padding for extra warmth.

CLOTH,TICKING TWILL

A strong, closely woven cloth in a warp-faced twill, normally characterized by a simple stripe pattern in a white and dark blue.

CLOTH,POWDER BAG

A cloth usually made of silk or other suitable material containing no halogens specifically for use in making gun powder bags (cartridge bags), which become propelling charges in big guns. It is closely woven and may appear in various weaves.

CLOTH,TARTAN

A cloth made in a woven pattern of straight lines of different colors and widths crossing at right angles. Each distinctive pattern (plaid) is representative of a different clan or other specific group.

CLOTH,WOVEN ROVING

A textile fabric made of a loose assemblage of fibers which are rubbed or drawn into single strands with very little twist.

CLOTH,BANNER

A cloth woven in a high count plain, twill or satin weave. It is generally used for flags, standards, emblems, and the like. Excludes CLOTH, BUNTING.

CLOTH,BEDFORD CORD

A heavy, warp-faced, plain weave cloth, characterized by cords of varied widths which run in the warp direction.

CLOTH,BROADCLOTH

A closely woven, plain weave cloth of various fibers, except wool, characterized by a fine ribbed effect in the direction of the filling (width) of the cloth, or a fine, closely woven wool, or wool synthetic blend cloth, with a napped face, made in a plain or twill weave. It may be napped on one or both sides.

CLOTH,CORDED

A cloth having yarn-dyed warp yarns of one or more colors with a white filling. Cord effect is produced by variance in weave and use of two sizes of warp yarns.

CLOTH,FRIEZE

A heavy, coarse cloth woven in a looped pile weave. It has a wiry surface and a somewhat hard feel.

CLOTH,GABARDINE

A tightly woven warp-faced cloth in a twill weave, characterized by distinct, closely-set, raised ribs or cords.

CLOTH,KERSEY

A high quality, lustrous, compact twill or plain woven cloth, heavily fulled and finished with a short fine nap.

CLOTH,HERRINGBONE TWILL

A cloth made of various yarns woven in a broken twill weave composed of vertical sections which are alternately right-hand and left-hand in direction, resembling the vertebral structure of the herring.

CLOTH,KNITTED

A loosely constructed cloth usually made by an interlocking series of loops of one or more yarns. It is generally made in circular, flat, or warp knit type fabrics. It is commonly used in the manufacture of sweaters, gloves, mittens, hosiery and the like. It usually possesses elasticity.

CLOTH,FLANNEL

A medium or lightweight cloth woven in either plain, twill, or satin weave having a nap on one or both sides to impart warmth, softness, absorbency, and bulk.

CLOTH,DUCK

A strong, heavy, single woven cloth in a plain or basket weave using either single or plied yarns, interlaced singly or in pairs.

CLOTH,FLEECE

A soft, fine cloth generally woven in a twill weave. It is fulled or felted before a heavy nap is raised which almost obliterates the weave.

SALVAGE CLOTH,PARACHUTE

Remnants of parachute cloth of various lengths and widths resulting as residue in the manufacture of personnel parachutes. They are generally used for making coverings for laundry presses, scarfs, and other miscellaneous items.

CLOTH,WAFFLE

A rough, cellular type cloth made with a honeycomb (dobby) weave. It is used for bed spreads, toweling, dish cloths, and the like.

CLOTH,WIND RESISTANT POPLIN

A fine, plain weave cloth with a rib effect running across the width of the cloth, usually made from combed yarns. It has Z and S twist warp yarns and an extremely tight construction. Excludes CLOTH, POPLIN.

CLOTH,WIND RESISTANT SATEEN

A strong, lustrous cloth employing a satin weave in either warp-face or filling-face effects. It has extremely tight construction. Excludes CLOTH, SATEEN.

CLOTH,PLAIN WEAVE

A cloth generally constructed by passing each filling yarn successively over and under each warp yarn, alternating each row. It is used in about 80 percent of all woven fabric. Do not use if a more specific item name is applicable.

CLOTH,NETTING

An open mesh, lace-like cloth made in any of the following constructions: bobbinet, leno, marquisette, nottingham or scrim.

CLOTH,PARACHUTE

A very fine, lightweight, lustrous, strong cloth in a plain or twill weave and generally in solid color. It is used in the manufacture of parachutes.

CLOTH,OXFORD

A soft, porous cloth generally made of combed yarns, employing variations of plain weave, (basket weave) such as two warp ends weaving as one and one filling pick, or four ends and two picks, or two ends and two picks, and the like. Excludes CLOTH, WIND RESISTANT OXFORD.

CLOTH,PILE

A cloth in which certain threads project from a knitted or woven base material and form a pile on one or both surfaces.

CLOTH,TAFFETA

A plain weave, closely woven, lustrous cloth, smooth and crisp, and characterized by a fine cross rib. It is used for draperies, bedspreads, lampshades and the like.

CLOTH,TROPICAL

A lightweight cloth of a porous construction in a wide variety of weaves and textures. It is used in garments to be worn in warm climates.

CLOTH,TWILL

A cloth woven to produce a distinct diagonal rib or twill line, to right or left, and appears in a regular repeat with variations of the twill angle. Do not use if a more specific item name applies.

CLOTH,MARQUISETTE

A lightweight, open-mesh cloth woven in a plain, leno, or dobby weave, usually constructed from man-made fibers. It is used for curtains, dresses, millinery, mosquito nets, and the like.

CLOTH,SERGE

A smooth-faced cloth with a 2/2 twill weave made from yarns consisting of a blend of various fibers for both the warp and filling. It is generally used for men's, women's, and children's clothing and the like.

CLOTH,POPLIN

A basic cloth, having an unbalanced construction in plain weave, characterized by a pronounced rib effect across the width of the cloth. The thread count usually is 88 to 116 per inch (35 to 46 per centimeter) in the warp and the filling about one-half of the warp. Excludes CLOTH (1), WIND RESISTANT POPLIN.

CLOTH,SATIN

A cloth having a satin weave and characterized by smoothness and luster. It generally has a warp-face with a great many more ends per inch than picks.

CLOTH,BUNTING

A plain open weave cloth, similar to cheesecloth and scrim. It is generally used for flags, decorations, costumes, and the like. Excludes CLOTH, BANNER.

CORD,FIBROUS

A braided cordage item (or twisted fiber glass item) of any diameter with or without a core (includes natural or synthetic fibers). Excludes items with fittings; LINE (as modified). See also TWINE, FIBROUS and ROPE, FIBROUS.

STRIP,LAMINATED CLOTH

A narrow fabric eight inches or less in width, made from laminated cloth.

CLOTH,SUEDE

A woven or knitted fabric of natural and/or synthetic fiber, having a napped finish which resembles suede leather.

CLOTH,SPACER

A three-dimensional cloth usually produced as a double fabric in a complex weave pattern. Its thickness and porosity allows for ventilation. It is used to create an air-space between a cover and the object that is being covered or in other similar applications.

CLOTH,QUILTED

A cloth consisting of two or three layers of fabric. One layer is made of wadding or non-woven cloth, affixed to the other layer(s) by stitching. It is primarily designed for the manufacture of outer clothing, and for linings in garments and other pieces of equipment to provide for additional warmth.

NETTING,TEXTILE

A material made from various fibers, crossed, twisted, knotted or interlocked to form an open mesh. Excludes CLOTH, NETTING.

CLOTH,WHIPCORD

A cloth made of a hard-woven worsted fabric with fine close diagonal cords or ribs on the face.

CLOTH,DUFFEL

PATCH,CLOTH

An item precut to a specific size. It is used to patch open areas of various surfaces. It may be used as a reinforcement and may or may not have adhesive coating. Excludes items with a more specific application.

CLOTH,CALICO,COTTON

A plain woven cloth having a weight of more than 2 ounces but not more than 7 ounces per square yard.

CLOTH,CRETONNE,COTTON

A plain, twill or oatmeal weave fabric, either printed or made from printed warp, used for coverings, curtains and the like. Excludes cotton casement cloth.

CLOTH,GLASS

A cloth woven from spun or continuous filament yarns of pure glass. It is resistant to heat, moisture, and chemicals.

THREAD,ASBESTOS

A thread used mainly for sewing and composed primarily of asbestos yarn. It may have wire(s) woven in.

THREAD

A thin, twisted, smooth, strand or filament of vegetable, animal, mineral or synthetic material spun out to considerable length. It is produced in single ply, or two or more plies twisted together in a variety of diameters and colors. Used mainly for stitching fabrics. See also THREAD, GIMP.

THREAD,GIMP

A course strand of vegetable, animal or synthetic material twisted and spun out to considerable length. It is produced in two or more plies in a variety of diameters and colors. Used for reinforcing button holes.

YARN

A continuous length of one or more fibers spun and twisted from natural or synthetic fibers, or filaments used in knitting and weaving fabrics. It is usually of looser twist and lower breaking strength than sewing thread, produced in plies, various sizes, and colors.

LABEL

A flexible item designed to be affixed to an object by adhesion or sewing to indicate contents, destination, or other similar identification. It may be blank with a surface designed for marking, preprinted, or have data woven into it. May be in roll form if perforations or markings are provided for detaching items of a specific length, or if separate labels are affixed to a continuous roll of backing material. Excludes MARKER, IDENTIFICATION; PLATE, IDENTIFICATION; TAPE IDENTIFICATION; and TAPE, PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVE.

THIMBLE,SEWING

A small cap of metal, plastic, and the like, designed to fit on the finger while sewing. It protects the finger in pushing the needle through the fabric.

EYE,DRESSMAKER'S

A metal loop into which a metal hook is caught for fastening clothes and the like. It is a component part of HOOK AND EYE, DRESSMAKER'S.

HOOK,DRESSMAKER'S

A curved piece of metal that catches into a metal loop in fastening clothes and the like. It is a component part of HOOK AND EYE, DRESSMAKER'S.

HOOK AND EYE,DRESSMAKER'S

A metal device for fastening clothes and the like, consisting of a small loop and a curved piece that catches into it.

NEEDLE,DARNING

A needle used for mending a hole or tear in cloth by sewing a network of stitches across the gap.

NEEDLE,DRESSMAKER'S

A needle used by a person who makes dresses and the like.

NEEDLE,GLOVER'S

A needle used by a person who makes gloves.

NEEDLE,HARNESS

A needle designed for sewing on leather items such as harnesses.

NEEDLE,LEATHER LACING

A needle designed for the purpose of drawing rawhide or leather strips through holes in leather. Used in leathercraft work and similar operations.

NEEDLE,PACKING

A needle used in the repair of burlap and other heavy cloth bags and the like.

NEEDLE,UPHOLSTERER'S

A needle of suitable length, sometimes curved, used for sewing by a person working with stuffed and covered furniture.

PIN,STRAIGHT

A small, thin, pointed, and headed piece of brass or other wire, used for fastening clothes and attaching papers. The head may be bead shaped, oval or common shaped, T-shaped, and the like. Excludes PIN, STRAIGHT, HEADED.

BUTTON,SELF-SHANK

A button with a self-contained tunnel type shank formed from the same substance. It is designed to be attached to a material by means of sewing.

BUTTON,SEWING HOLE

A button with two or more holes through face for attaching to a material by sewing with threads. Excludes BUTTON, STAPLE and BUTTON, TACK.

PIN,SAFETY

A bent device having a sharp point which locks by spring action into a head catch. Excludes PIN, MARKING, LAUNDRY and PIN, NET, LAUNDRY.

BUTTON,TACK

A button designed for fastening to a material by use of a single or double prong tack. It may be with or without tack. Excludes BUTTON, STAPLE and BUTTON, INSIGNIA.

TACK,BUTTON

Excludes BUTTON, STAPLE and BUTTON, INSIGNIA.

BUTTON,STAPLE

A button with an eye shank for attaching to a fabric or like item. It is generally secured, after the shank is passed through a prepared hole, by means of a split pin or ring, tapes, or by sewing. Excludes BUTTON, SEWING HOLE; BUTTON, TACK; and BUTTON, INSIGNIA.

HOOK,LACING

A curved piece of metal into which strings or cords are passed to draw together parts of clothing or equipment such as in footwear, covers, and the like.

LACES,LEGGING

A cord, narrow tape, or the like, made of cotton, nylon, leather, and the like, used in pairs to draw together and fasten a cloth or leather covering that shields the leg below the knee by being drawn through eyelets or over hooks. The ends may be tipped to prevent fraying and to facilitate passage through the eyelets.

BRAID,TEXTILE

A narrow fabric produced on a braiding machine by crossing a number of strands of yarn diagonally in such a way that each strand passes alternately over and under one or more of the others. Manufactured in flat, tubular, or a combination of flat and tubular shapes. Limited to widths up to and including 12 inches (304.8 millimeters). Excludes LACE, ORNAMENTAL; TAPE, TEXTILE; and WEBBING, TEXTILE.

TAPE,TEXTILE

A narrow fabric, woven or knitted, produced in widths up to and including 8 inches (163.2 millimeters), and in weights up to but not including 0.42 ounces per linear yard (13.06 grams per 0.9144 linear meter) of 1 inch (25.4 millimeters) width. It may have elastic strands. It may be of tubular construction or have two selvage edges. Excludes BRAID, TEXTILE; STRIP, COATED CLOTH; STRIP, CAMOUFLAGE, FABRIC; and BINDING, TEXTILE.

CROCHET HOOK

A needle-like instrument having a single hook used in the hand knitting process called crocheting.

AGRAFFE,CORD

A fastener made of mohair used to hook across the breast of a garment, by means of two olivette buttons.

LACE,TROUSERS

A cord, narrow tape, or the like, made of cotton, nylon, and the like, used to draw together and fasten the back placket of trousers by being drawn through eyelets. The ends may be tipped to prevent fraying and to facilitate passage through the eyelets.

PIN,TOGGLE,STAPLE BUTTON

A double-pronged, metal device which passes through the eye shank of a staple button for securing it to fabric.

RING,TOGGLE,STAPLE BUTTON

A circular, metal device which passes through the eye shank of a staple button for securing it to fabric.

CUFFS,KNIT

A rectangular piece of knit cloth usually folded lengthwise for attaching as a replacement to an item of wearing apparel, forming a cuff for the wrist or ankle.

KEEPER,BELT-STRAP

A rectangular strip fastened or fabricated into loop form used to retain the loose end(s) of a belt or strap. See also KEEPER, SLIDE.

SEWING KIT

A collection of items, such as buttons, threads, pins, and needles which are essential for making repairs to clothing by the individual. Excludes CLOTHING KIT.

WELTING,ARTIFICIAL LEATHER

A small diameter cord, covered with ARTIFICIAL LEATHER, put up in bulk lengths. It is used for the manufacture of welts employed to cover, strengthen, trim, or decorate sewed seams on upholstered articles, such as pillows, sofas, chairs, seats, and the like. Does not include WELTING, LEATHER.

NEEDLE,SAILMAKER'S

A needle used for sewing on duck cloth or other heavy fabrics.

COLLAR,COAT

A cloth band or fold-over piece of material which is to be attached to the neck of a coat.

CLIP,END,STRAP

An item designed to be attached to the end of a strap, belt, or the like, to provide a rigid end for convenient insertion into a buckle, keeper, loop and the like and/or restrict wear or unraveling of the strap end.

NEEDLE ASSORTMENT,DRESSMAKER'S

NEEDLE ASSORTMENT,GLOVER'S

NEEDLE ASSORTMENT,HARNESS

WAISTBAND

A knitted or woven strip of material designed to replace worn items on jackets. Excludes WAISTBAND, BACK AND ABDOMINAL SHIELD.

BUCKLE

A fastening device used to join two ends of a belt, strap or the like. It may be a single unit designed to be attached to one end of a belt or strap and secure the opposite end by penetration, by clamping, or by friction, or it may consist of male and female sections having one section attached at each end of the belt or strap and joins the two ends by a hook-like or other interlocking action.

COAT FRONT

A device, made of a series of materials, used as a stiffener in outer garments.

PAD,ELBOW,SHOOTER'S COAT

A protective cushioning on the sleeve in the area of the elbow of a shooter's coat.

PAD,SHOULDER,SHOOTER'S COAT

A protective cushioning in the front shoulder area of a shooter's coat to take up the shock from a rifle recoil, or the like.

TROUSER CURTAIN

A lining placed on the inside of the waistband of men's trousers.

BINDING,TEXTILE

A narrow fabric item cut from prewoven yard goods, produced in widths up to and including 12 inches (304.8 millimeters) and in weights up to and includ ing 15 ounces per square yard (466.54 grams per 0.836 square meter). The straight cut item may have one selvage edge. Excludes TAPE, TEXTILE; STRIP, COATED CLOTH; STRIP, CAMOUFLAGE, FABRIC; and BRAID, TEXTILE.

PAD,SHOULDER

An item usually made of felt or batting and cheesecloth and designed to shape and/or add bulk to the shoulder portion of a garment.

PAD,SLEEVE HEAD

An item usually made of wadding and cheesecloth and sewed across the upper half of the armhole filling out the cap ease and giving a smooth cap fit to the upper arm of a garment.

LACING,TEXTILE

A cord, narrow tape, or the like, either woven or braided, from which various kinds of laces are fabricated. The item is stocked and issued in bulk quantities. Excludes LACES (as modified).

TIP,LACE

A small piece of metal designed to be wrapped around and pressed onto the ends of laces to prevent fraying and to facilitate passage of the lace through an eyelet.

FASTENER TAPE,HOOK

A tape having raised hooks that engage the loops of a pile fastener tape to form a fastening device. It is a component of a FASTENER TAPE, HOOK AND PILE.

FASTENER TAPE,PILE

A tape with an uncut pile forming loops which engage the hooks of a hook fastener tape to form a fastening device. It is a component of a FASTENER TAPE, HOOK AND PILE.

LACE,UTILITY

A cord, narrow tape, or the like, made of cotton, nylon, leather, etc., used to draw together and fasten openings in various articles of clothing and individual equipment. The ends may be tipped to prevent fraying and facilitate passage through the eyelets.

TAPE,FLOCKED PILE

A narrow textile fabric 6 inches or less in width, having a pilelike texture produced by shooting cut fibers into the fabric which is covered by an adhesive.

PAD,PULSE,SHOOTER'S COAT

A cushioning on the inside part of the upper arm of the shooter's coat, to absorb pulse beat.

PIPING,TEXTILE

A narrow fold, as of bias cut cloth, with or without an inserted cord that is stitched in seams or along edges as a trimming for clothing. Excludes BRAID, TEXTILE.

NEEDLE ASSORTMENT,UTILITY

STRIP,ARTIFICIAL LEATHER

A narrow textile fabric 6 inches or less in width, with unfinished edges. It is cut from artificial leather.

STRIP,COATED CLOTH

A narrow textile fabric 6 inches or less in width, with unfinished edges. It is cut from coated cloth.

FASTENER TAPE,HOOK AND PILE

A fastener device consisting of a FASTENER TAPE, HOOK and a FASTENER TAPE, PILE or a single tape with the hooks and loops on opposite sides or at opposing ends or both. When pressed together these two tapes cling to each other until disengaged by a "peeling" motion. Commonly known as "velcro".

BAND,SERVICE CAP

A ribbon, usually black in color, which may show inscriptions. It is primarily worn by the Navy, but may also be worn by other personnel. Excludes: BAND, HELMET, CAMOUFLAGE.

LACE,ORNAMENTAL

A decorative cord or braid for trimming hats, coats, uniforms, and the like.

RIBBON,DECORATIVE-TRIMMING

A fine textured narrow fabric or other suitable material, usually having a lustrous appearance which is used primarily for trimming and decorative purposes. Excludes RIBBON, AWARDS.

COLLAR,COLD WEATHER JACKET

A detachable collar usually made of a synthetic type material which is attached to the neck of a JACKET, COLD WEATHER.

CLOTHING KIT

Includes necessary cloth and findings for the fabrication of special measurement clothing items, such as uniforms, shirts and the like. Excludes SEWING KIT.

COLLAR,SHIRT

A detachable item designed to fit to the neck band of a shirt.

HAIRNET

An item designed to be worn on the head covering all or part of the hair. It is usually an open mesh construction.

NEEDLE,SHOE REPAIR,HANDSEWING

A fine, flexible wire doubled and twisted its full length, leaving a suitable oval eye or loop at the doubled over end. Used to concatenate two shoe parts by interlacing a thread or cord through tiny performed holes.

BUTTON,MULTIPLE

An item having two or three diskshaped parts interconnected by a spindle. It is designed to attach one piece of cloth to another e.g. two shelter halves.

SHOEHORN

An item designed to aid in donning shoes. May also have an attachment to aid in pulling on stockings.

CUFF AND SLEEVE PROTECTOR

A form fitting ventilated item, supple and light in weight designed with padded elastic wrist-band which covers the arm from wrist to elbow. It is designed to be worn over the cuff of blouses and dresses keeping them crisp and clean.

STAY,COLLAR

A strip of bone, plastic, or metal designed with either end rounded or pointed, to be inserted in the collar for the purpose of stiffening.

TAILOR KIT

Collection of hand items such as betweens needles, chalk wedge, scissors, tackers, hams and others used by a tailor. It is put in a CASE,TAILOR KIT.

CASE,TAILOR KIT

An item made of wood, metal or other material, with trays and used to the stockage and carrying of a TAILOR KIT.

MEASURING DEVICE,BODY HEIGHT AND STRIDE

An item consisting of a column-shaped stand with two continuously adjustable and locking measuring sliders. It is designed to measure body height and stride length.

PLOTTER PAPER,HEAT SEAL,TEXTILE

Heat activated, adhesive backed cellulose pulp material, usually in roll form, designed for making clothing fabrication patterns. It adheres to the fabric cutting lay with an ordinary iron or similar heat source. A grid is usually printed on the reverse side from the adhesive.

FASTENER TAPE,INTERLOCKING

A fastener device consisting of a tape having small mushroom shaped clamps on its surface. When pressed together, two similar tapes cling to each other until disengaged by peeling motion. Excludes FASTER TAPE, HOOK AND PILE.

LOCK,CORD

An item designed to slide over a cord and has a device for retaining it. It is used for closing a field pack, tightening a garment hood, positioning a window blind, and the like.

LABEL SET

A group of two or more LABEL having different characteristics such as size, shape, color, and the like.

FLY,TENT

An outer sheet usually of duck cloth stretched over a TENT to provide double protection and to lower the temperature in the TENT. Often erected independently of a tent to provide quick shade and shelter.

ADAPTER,TENT POLE

POLE SECTION,TENT

One of the portions of a jointed tent pole which is jointed to another by ferrules or sleeves. See also POLE, TENT.

POLE,TENT

A long slender piece of wood or metal used in either vertical or horizontal position in support of a tent. It may be solid, jointed or telescopic and may be fitted with hardware.

FERRULE,TENT POLE

A metal ring or cap put around the end of a tent pole to prevent splitting or to give added strength.

FLOOR RUNNER,TENT

A strip placed around and between the floor sections of tent type shelter.

SLIP,TENT LINE

A device used to tighten or slacken tent lines.

WEIGHT,CANVAS BAG

COVER,TENT

An item used to wrap a folded tent for storage.

SCREEN,LATRINE

A fabric item to be erected vertically and secured with pins, ropes, and poles. It is designed to provide a roofless concealment for a field latrine.

WINDBREAK,FLEXIBLE MATERIAL

An item, usually made of textile material, to be secured with poles and guy lines. It is designed to provide protection against the wind.

SHELTER HALF,TENT

A section (half) of a small, portable tent, including pole, pins and rope, which is carried by a soldier as part of his field equipment, and when assembled with a matching section, accommodates two men.

PLATE,TENT RIDGE

A preformed piece of sheet metal designed for use in the ridges of various type tents.

FRAME,TENT

A complete prefabricated framework designed to support and shape a specific type tent. Excludes such items as A-frames and tripods which support but do not give shape or form to a TENT.

FRAME SECTION,TENT

A prefabricated section of framework designed for fabrication with other sections of framework to form a complete frame for supporting a specific type tent. Excludes BOW SECTION, TENT and FRAME, TENT.

TOGGLE,TENT

A loop with two points, for attaching to a chape. It is specifically designed for holding tent liners in place.

LINE,TENT

A piece of rope or twine of various lengths and diameters used as a guy, tie down and the like for tents.

TENT SECTION

A segment of a tent, such as the end, top, middle wall, and the like. It is made of duck cloth or other strong, non-rigid fabric, and may include such components as pins, poles, cover, and the like. Excludes FRAME SECTION, TENT; TENT EXPANSION ASSEMBLY; PANEL, TENT and FLOOR, TENT.

TARPAULIN

A fabricated textile or plastic item, generally used as a weather protection cover for various items and/or material during storage or transit. Excludes COVER, TENT.

TENT SCREEN,WALL

TENT

A portable shelter of canvas or other strong fabric supported by air pressure, light rigid framework, or poles. It may have one end open for attachment to a building, equipment, or another tent. Although it may be provided with a floor, it is not designed for erection on a foundation. See also BUILDING, PREFABRICATED (as modified).

DROPCLOTH,PAINTER'S

CASE,TENTAGE REPAIR KIT

A case usually made of cotton duck cloth and cloth webbing designed to contain tools and materials comprising a tentage repair kit.

PIN,TENT

An item made of wood or metal having one end pointed or tapered to facilitate entrance into the ground. The opposite end or the body, must have an integral means of securing a guy wire or a rope. The item has no designed means of anchoring into the ground. Excludes POST, WOOD and STAKE (as modified).

REPAIR KIT,TENTAGE

A repair kit consisting of items, such as mallet, awl needles, grommets, rings, cotton duck materials, and other necessary items for repairing tentage.

TENT LINER

A tent component supported by ropes and poles designed to fit within a TENT for the purpose of protecting occupants against cold, heat and/or insects.It may be able to maintain protection against nuclear, biological and chemical contamination.

VESTIBULE,TENT

A constituent part of a TENT, used as a covered passageway from outside to tent entrance. Usually made of same type material as TENT, and constructed in similar manner.

FAIRLEAD,TENT LINE

A ring or piece of wood or metal with a hole in it that acts as a guide for any of the various types of tent lines.

RIGGING SET,TENT

A group of two or more essential components of tackle used for erecting and supporting a tent.

UMBRELLA,SURVEYOR'S

A large shade or screen usually of waterproof cloth on a folding radial frame supported by a center pole. Used to shield surveying instruments from the elements.

HOOK,TENT

A curved or closed metallic holding apparatus designed for use in assembling various tents. It may have, as components, a clamp, screw, thimble, and/or nut.

DOOR FRAME AND DOOR ASSEMBLY,TENT

A construction of various materials forming an entrance to a frame type tent. The assembly consists of a frame and door, and may include a transom, plate and cover for stovepipe opening, and all necessary attaching and operating hardware.

GROUND CLOTH

A prefabricated, textile item specifically designed to be spread over the ground to provide a clean, dry, protective surface. It may be spread inside a tent or prefabricated structure to provide a flooring, or under specific types of equipment. It may be equipped with lifting handles. Excludes TARPAULIN; DROPCLOTH, PAINTER'S; and COVER (as modified).

TENT,MISSILE SYSTEM EQUIPMENT CONSOLE

A shelter having three side walls and an open end which is designed to be attached to the console of missile locating equipment. It provides protection to the operating panel and operating personnel. It is equipped with light ports, personnel door, adjusting device for erection on uneven ground, and with hardware for attaching to the console of the equipment.

SUPPORT,VEHICLE MAINTENANCE TENT

A support designed to be used with a TENT, VEHICLE MAINTENANCE. It may be adjustable.

TENT,VEHICLE MAINTENANCE

A shelter made of duck cloth or other heavy fabric for the purpose of affording weather protection to personnel performing maintenance on tracked or wheeled vehicles. It is designed to be attached to the item(s) being maintained and partially held up by a support(s). It may be used without supports in a wrap-around or drape fashion. Excludes TENT.

TENT EXPANSION ASSEMBLY

A complete segment of a frame type tent consisting of a FRAME SECTION, TENT; TENT SECTION; and pins, lines, and the like necessary to expand a sectional type tent beyond the dimensions of the tent as originally issued.

PLATE,TENT PEAK

A preformed piece of sheet metal having a hole in the center. It is designed to provide support at the vertex of a pole-supported tent. It may include smaller holes used in adding stress support.

THRESHOLD,TENT

A preformed piece of metal, wood, or the like specifically designed for use beneath a door to form a doorsill in a frame type tent or VESTIBULE, TENT.

DOOR,TENT

A movable barrier designed to close and open entrances in certain type of tents. It may include mounting hardware. Excludes DOOR, WOOD.

GUY BAND,TENT ROOF

A narrow strip of cloth with hemp ropes threaded along the front and rear edges. It is designed to cover the overlapping part of the sections of a TENT and to be fastened to the FLOOR, TENT with hooks and hook chapes. It is provided with D-rings or the like to which guy lines are attached.

ARCH,TENT FRAME

A curved item used as a support in a FRAME, TENT. It is usually made of wood and may have hinged segments that can be folded for transport and storage. It may include other hardware and/or fastening devices.

FLOOR,TENT

PANEL,TENT

An item made of wood or other rigid material, that forms a portion of or a complete wall of a tent or tent vestibule. Excludes TENT SECTION. It may include all necessary attaching hardware.

PURLIN,TENT

A member, usually wood and/or metal, laid horizontally to connect and support portions of a FRAME, TENT or VESTIBULE, TENT. It may include attaching hardware, such as chains, flanges, studs, and the like.

SHIELD,STOVEPIPE,TENT

A flat piece of nonmetallic material, usually cloth, with an opening through which a stovepipe passes. It is specifically designed for installation in a tent roof as insulation to protect the TENT against excessive heat. Excludes SHIELD, STOVEPIPE.

ALIGNMENT DEVICE,TENT ARCH

An item consisting of a rope or cable of specific length with hooks attached to both ends. It is used to align the arch legs of a segmented tent before anchoring.

SEGMENT,TENT FRAME ARCH

A curved section that forms a part of a tent frame arch. It is constructed of a rigid material, such as wood or metal. Hardware and/or fastening devices are included.

COVER,STOVEPIPE OPENING,TENT

A cover designed to close a stovepipe vent in a tent section.

ANCHOR PLATE,TENT

A metallic, flangelike item used as a base for a tent arch leg, a DOOR POST, TENT or the like. The base has a hole(s) through which a steel tent pin(s) is driven to anchor a TENT to the ground.

BRACE,VEHICLE MAINTENANCE TENT SUPPORT

An item designed to act as a supporting member between two legs or between a leg and a ridge of a vehicle maintenance tent support. It may be adjustable.

LEG,VEHICLE MAINTENANCE TENT SUPPORT

An item which, in conjunction with one or more similar items, forms the verticle portion of a vehicle maintenance tent support. It may be adjustable.

RIDGE,VEHICLE MAINTENANCE TENT SUPPORT

An item that forms the horizontal portion of a vehicle maintenance tent support. It may be adjustable.

SHAFT AND CLEVIS,ADJUSTING,TENT

An item consisting of a threaded shaft and a U-shaped device with holes in the ends through which a pin may be inserted. It is used to attach a PURLIN, TENT to a ANCHOR PLATE, TENT bracket. The U-shaped portion fits onto the bracket which is attached to a tent arch leg. The shaft portion is threaded into one end of the purlin, the other end of which is attached to a DOOR POST, TENT. By turning this device, an adjustment is afforded for the purpose of assuring that the DOOR POST, TENT is exactly upright.

FLANGE,TENT PURLIN

A flanged item having a centrally located hole which is partially threaded on the flanged end to accommodate a threaded insert or stud. The threaded insert or stud may be included. It is designed to be inserted into the end of a tent purlin to provide for the connection of structural members of a frame type tent.

JOINT,TENT ARCH SEGMENT

An item constructed of a rigid material, usually metal, and may include a threaded insert. It is designed to join the segments of a tent arch.

ROLLER,TENT DOOR SPAR

A cylindrical shaped item designed to be attached to both ends of a DOOR SPAR, TENT and to operate on a track of a DOOR POST, TENT to facilitate the raising and lowering of a DOOR, TENT.

BRACKET AND BEARING,TENT DOOR WINCH SHAFT

A bracket containing a built-in bearing to accommodate a door winch shaft. It is designed to be attached to a transom or other horizontal structural members of a frame type tent to support the door winch shaft.

SLEEVE,TENT DOOR WINCH SHAFT

A tubelike metallic item designed to fit over or around a door winch shaft. It may include a drum(s) for winding of rope or wire rope.

ARM,TENT DOOR CONTROL

An arm designed to be attached to the uppermost part of a tent door post to control the position of the tent door post segment. It oscillates from a horizontal position when the door is closed and to a vertical position when the door is open.

BRACE,TENT DOOR CONTROL ARM

An item specifically designed as a support member between a tent door control arm and a tent door post segment.

BRACKET,TENT ANCHOR PLATE

A bracket designed to be attached to a tent anchor plate for the purpose of connecting a tent arch leg to a DOOR POST, TENT with the use of a PURLIN, TENT and an adjustment shaft and clevis.

DOOR POST,TENT

A vertical member constructed of a rigid material, such as wood or metal. It is designed to form the lateral portion of a door frame in a frame type tent. Hardware and/or fastening devices are included.

DOOR POST SEGMENT,TENT

A component of a tent door post that is locked to the door post when the door is closed. When the door is opened, it is designed to receive the door spars and in conjunction with the tent door control arm, pivots upward and outward with the raised door to provide the necessary passage clearance.

DOOR SPAR,TENT

An item constructed of a rigid material, such as wood or metal and fitted on both ends with rollers or similar sliding devices designed to fit into the channels of the tent door posts and tent door post segments. It is designed to be attached horizontally to the fabric that forms the door of a frame type tent.

LOCK,TENT DOOR CONTROL ARM

A device designed to be attached to a DOOR POST, TENT for the purpose of locking a tent door control arm in place against the door post when the door is open.

STRUT,TENT TRANSOM

An item constructed of a rigid material, such as wood or metal. It is specifically designed as a vertical support between a tent transom and a tent arch of a frame type tent.

TRANSOM,TENT

A horizontal member constructed of a rigid material, such as wood or metal. It is designed to form the top portion of a door frame in a frame type tent. Hardware and/or fastening devices are included.

WINDOW PANE,TENT

A transparent item of predetermined size designed for mounting on the exterior portion of a tent. It is primarily intended for use to admit light, permit visibility and afford protection from the elements and other foreign matter.

BRACKET,TENT DOOR POST

A bracket designed to be attached to a tent arch for the purpose of connecting a tent door post against the arch of a frame type tent with the use of a door post socket.

SHAFT,TENT DOOR WINCH

A shaft used to transmit motion in the operation of a tent door winch.

SOCKET,TENT DOOR POST

A socket specifically designed to hold a door post of a frame type tent in place.

SUPPORT,CORNER,TENT FLOOR SECTION

INC 27715 REINSTATED ON 012918~An item of rigid flat material specifically designed to strengthen and protect the corner of a wooden tent floor section.

BLOCK,FILLER,TENT

A block having a centrally located hole to accommodate a fastener. It is designed to be inserted into the end of a hollow structural member of a frame type tent to provide for the connection of tent components. It may include a bushing designed to reduce the inside diameter of the centrally located hole.

FASTENER,TENT PURLIN

An externally threaded fastener consisting of a stud which is threaded on one end and a head which is fabricated on the unthreaded end of the stud. The head is usually hexagonal in shape. It is designed to be fitted into a tent arch, DOOR POST, TENT or the like, and pinned in place to connect tent purlins to structural members of a frame type tent.

TENT COMPONENT KIT

A group of items, such as tent pins, tent poles, ground anchors, and the like, which have been assembled and usually cased, or otherwise bound together, for use with a specific type tent.

CASE,TENT COMPONENT KIT

A case designed to hold such articles as tent pins, tent poles, ground anchors, and the like.

POLE,TENT ERECTION

An implement consisting of an upright portion and a shorter crosswise portion at the top used to facilitate the erection of an air supported TENT. It is not employed after erection when the tent is in use. See also POLE, TENT.

CARRIER,TENT FRAME COMPONENTS

An item usually fabricated of flexible material specifically designed to carry tent frame components. It may have facilities for adjustment and/or securing.

COVER,HEATER DUCT OPENING,TENT

A cover designed to close a heating duct vent in a tent section.

REPAIR KIT,COVERS

A repair kit consisting of items such as shears, hand roller, adhesive, brushes, cloth materials and other necessary items necessary for repairing covers.

GROUND ANCHOR KIT

A group of items such as sledge hammer(s), driving head, steel driving rod(s), ground anchors, Holding Tool Handle, pins and the like for use in securing tents, shelters, aircraft, utility poles, communication masts and the like to the ground.

CANOPY,ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SHELTER

A temporary or permanent overhanging covering supported by frame work usually attached as an appurtenance to a stationary or portable structure providing protection to personnel and/or equipment.

CHAIN,HOOK AND RING ASSEMBLY,TENT

An assembly of hooks, terminal ring, supporting ring and chains of various lengths used to support the deck of a tent at the peak where ridge poles are not used.

TARPAULIN SET

A group of two or more TARPAULIN.

WINDOW,TENT

An item consisting of one or several parts and made of transparent material and tent-window lining. It may have a window cross and a window cover. Excludes WINDOW PANE, TENT.

STAY,VENTILATOR COVER,TENT

A flat metal bar specifically designed for insertion in a tent ventilator cover. Holds the cover in open position.

BASEPLATE,TENT POLE

An item, used as an individual base for a POLE, TENT and specifically designed to protect the ground cloth of the tent and/or to prevent the pole from sinking into soft ground.

SPINDLE,TENT

A slender metal pin or rod which is inserted into the end of a tent pole or structural member of a frame type tent. It passes into a hole in the tent, tent plates and/or frame members to hold and/or provide support.

CASE,TENT

A case designed to hold a tent and may also hold accessories and/or frame components.

STRAP BINDING,TENT FRAME

An item consisting of a buckle and end clip attached to the frame for the purpose of holding it together when folded.

HEADER,TENT FRAME

An item designed to span across the frame above the eave joints to provide additional stiffness to the frame.

COVER,TENT FRAME

An item designed to wrap up a folded tent frame for storage.

CURTAIN,VESTIBULE,TENT

A blackout curtain designed to be installed at any frame when the vestibule is used as an entryway.

CURTAIN,MODESTY,TENT

An item designed to hang between sections to provide privacy. May be open or closed.

PLENUM,TENT

A component part of the TENT which provides a means of ducting cold or heated air throughout the TENT from an external source.

PASSAGEWAY,TENT

An item designed to interface with a shelter, attaching to one of the shelter's standard knockouts or openings, allowing personnel and equipment to move from shelter to shelter.

HINGE ASSEMBLY,TENT DOOR

An item securely fastened to the side door to provide the means through which the door is fastened to the body to permit a swinging action during the opening and closing operations of the door.

TENT SCREEN,VENTILATOR

A tent screen for the ventilator aperture of a TENT.

TENT SCREEN,WINDOW

A tent screen for the window aperture of a TENT.

EAVE EXTENDER,TENT

A rigid item designed to be used along with the RIDGE EXTENDER, TENT for the purpose of suspending the FLY, TENT above the roof section.

RIDGE EXTENDER,TENT

A rigid item designed to be used along with the EAVE EXTENDER, TENT for the purpose of suspending the FLY, TENT above the roof section.

CONTAINER,TENT PIN

An item usually fabricated of flexible material specifically designed to store and carry multiple PIN(s), TENT.

CONTAINER,TENT VESTIBULE

An item usually fabricated of flexible material specifically designed to store and carry a VESTIBULE, TENT.

REPAIR KIT,PASSAGEWAY TENT

A kit consisting of necessary materials for maintenance and repairing of the passageway tent.

ROOF SECTION,TENT

An item designed to cover the top and sides of the FRAME, TENT that is made in various sections which are usually laced together. It also includes window roof sections and door roof sections.

DOOR ARCH CAP,TENT FRAME

An item specifically designed to close the opening of the ARCH, TENT FRAME and to protect the TENT from inclement weather.

DOOR AND WINDOW,TENT

A movable barrier designed with a window to open and close entrances in certain types of tents.

HOIST ASSEMBLY,TENT

An item designed for raising and lowering the door of a TENT (as modified). It may include a chain.

CLIP,TENT PURLIN

A plate-like item specifically designed to accommodate an ANGLE, TENT PURLIN to provide a means of securing and/or attaching a PURLIN, TENT to the framework of a TENT.

ANGLE,TENT PURLIN

An item specifically designed to provide a means for attaching a PURLIN, TENT to the framework of a frame type tent.

WINDOW COVER,TENT

An item designed to be used to blackout a WINDOW, TENT.

CLIP,TENT FRAME ARCH

A plate-like item specifically designed to provide a means of securing and/or attaching an ARCH, TENT FRAME to the FLOOR (1), TENT.

DOOR SPAR SEGMENT,TENT

A section that forms part of a DOOR SPAR, TENT. It is constructed of solid material such as wood or metal. Hardware and/or fastening devices are included.

PARTITION,TENT

An item specifically designed to fit the contour of a TENT, dividing it into individual sections. It usually has a door. Excludes CURTAIN, MODESTY, TENT and PANEL, TENT.

CONNECTOR,TENT GUSSET

A device designed to accommodate a GUSSET, TENT in such a manner that it may be readily disconnected when desired.

GUSSET,TENT

A plate-like item specifically designed to strengthen/stiffen the corner sections of a TENT.

LEAF CONNECTOR,TENT FRAME

A metal item designed to be used on the fixture of the ARCH, TENT FRAME to mount the segments together.

TOGGLE PIN ASSEMBLY,TENT

A group of items such as rings, chains and pins linked together to form a single unit to provide a means of attaching and securing in place the FRAME, TENT.

PLUG,TENT,POLE

An item designed to be inserted into the upper end of a POLE, TENT.

STRAP,LOCKING TENT

A narrow steel item designed to be attached to the TENT, FRAME and TENT, TRANSOM for the purpose of locking the transom in place.

STRAP,TIE DOWN TENT

An item designed of a flexible or semiflexible type material. It may be preprinted with legendary characters. It may also have a buckle for fastening and securing purposes.

STAKE,HOLD-DOWN TENT

An item designed of a certain length of metal or wood, with anchor cleats, also pointed at one end for driving into the ground. Excludes PIN,TENT.

FOOT,ADJUSTABLE TENT

A small flat item attached to the base of a pole to form a stand, designed for the purpose of holding the electrical distribution box.

REPAIR KIT,LOCK,TENT POLE

A kit consisting of items such as the upper lock, lower lock and the sleeve, lock retaining rings necessary for the repair of the pole tent lock. A special pocket is sewn on the inside of the tent for storing the repair kit.

STAKE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY,TENT

A group of items consisting of a STAKE, HOLD-DOWN TENT, an S-Hook, swaging sleeves and a rope used as a unit designed for weapon ready services shelter and handling system.

BASE,WALL MEMBER,TENT FRAME

A metal item to which tent frame members are fitted at ground level in the structure of a tent. Excludes BRACKET, TENT FRAME.

BOOT WALL,COMMAND POST SYSTEM,MODULAR

An item designed to provide an interface between a command post tent and a vehicle or a shelter mounted on a vehicle. It can be installed onto the tent in place of any other wall assembly.

BRACKET,TENT FRAME

A metal item to which various tent frame members are fitted at points other than ground level in the structure of a tent. For items positioned at ground level see BASE, WALL MEMBER, TENT FRAME.

BAG,TENT FRAME PARTS

A container usually fabricated of flexible material, open at one end with a means of closure such as a drawstring. Designed to store and carry brackets, bases and other fitments.

TENT,CANVAS

A fabricated textile or plastic tent covering specifically designed as a part of or as a complete outer cover, used with structural components, and the like, to form a TENT.

FRAME,TARPAULIN

A complete framework designed to support tarpaulins or sections of tarpaulins. May be wood, plastic or metal structure.

SUPPORT,TARPAULIN FRAME

A fabricated wooden, plastic or metallic item specifically designed to serve as a structual member of a FRAME, TARPAULIN. See also SUPPORT, TENT FRAME.

LOOP,TENT TOGGLE

An item which together with a TOGGLE, TENT is used to connect TENT LINER (s).

TENT,LINER,PREFABRICATED BUILDING

An extendable and reusable mobile space cell with supporting frame. It is designed as a long-term storage for built-up major items of equipment and is erected in closed hangars or rooms.

REPAIR KIT,PLASTIC COVERS

A kit designed for repair and maintenance of plastic covers. It may include one or more blow pipes, electric wind tunnels, a meter unit to measure the temperature of warm air jet, a semicircular knife, pressure wheels, a welding glass, PVC filler wires, etc. Excludes REPAIR KIT, PLASTIC and REPAIR KIT, TENTAGE.

TENT,MODULAR,UTILITY SYSTEM

A portable fabric shelter with internal or external supports that is designed for quick deployment and set-up. It may have the capability for attachmentto a building, equipment, or another tent. It may be used for a variety of applications and may include auxiliary equipment, accessories, furniture and the like.

COVER,VENTILATORY

LINER,TARPAULIN

An insulated blanket designed to protect against cold and wet conditions to create a warm and dry shelter system to work in conjunction with a tarpaulin.

FLAGSTAFF

A staff made of wood, metal or other suitable materials, of various heights and diameters, usually tapering from base to top, from which a flag, pennant, streamer or the like is flown. Primarily designed to be carried or displayed from a stand or other means of support. It may or may not include appurtenances and hardware. Excludes FLAGPOLE.

FLAG,ORGANIZATIONAL

A flag which represents any unified or consolidated group either civilian or military, national, or international. Excludes GUIDON.

GUIDON

A plain or multicolored rectangular cloth which may have a swallowtailed fly and which bears a heraldic emblem, a device, or a design to indicate a company, battery or similar organization within a branch of military service and is used as a marker or guide for marching troops. Excludes FLAG, ORGANIZATIONAL.

TABARD

A plain or multicolored cloth designed to hang from musical instruments such as trumpets or bugles to denote organization.

SLING,FLAGSTAFF

A sling, with a socket into which the bottom of a flagstaff is fitted, and other necessary hardware. It is designed to be worn by flag bearers to support the staff of a flag during military parades, reviews and other military ceremonies.

BAND,FLAGSTAFF

An item made of sterling silver to be awarded to a military unit to denote participation in a campaign or war. After being appropriately engraved, it is affixed to a FLAGSTAFF.

SOCKET,FLAGSTAFF

STAND,FLAGSTAFF

A stand primarily designed to mount and/or support one or more flags at a desired position for display.

CASE,FLAG

A case specifically designed for storing and transporting various kinds of flags.

CASE,PANEL MARKER

A case specifically designed for storing and transporting various types of panel markers. May be compartmented and/or have pockets to accommodate accessories.

PANEL MARKER SET

A collection of panel markers, with related components, to facilitate initial issue to organizations.

CORD AND TASSELS,FLAG

A ropelike item either twisted or braided in a definite, continuous length having at each end an ornamental tuft of threads, cords or the like of equal length hanging loosely from a knob or knot by which they are tied together.

PANEL MARKER

A plain or multicolored cloth which is usually rectangular. It is used to indicate restricted areas or strategic positions. It may have an emblem or a design. It is always in a fixed position either prone or upright. It is never used to indicate nationality, honor, party, organization or the like.

POLE,BEACH,PANEL MARKER

A cylindrical item used for positioning and sustaining one side of a demarcation point PANEL MARKER. It may be collapsible. It may also be equipped with cap collar, clamps, guy lines, hooks, and the like for attaching the PANEL MARKER and erecting the pole but does not include the PANEL MARKER.

PLATE,AUTOMOBILE,INDIVIDUAL

A rectangular item usually made of metal or plastic to be displayed on a motor vehicle, affixed either directly or by means of a bracket, to denote rank, position title, and service or department. It may bear an insignia or other device, or be designed for the attachment of an emblem, or the like.

PIN,PANEL MARKER

A metallic item having one end pointed or tapered to facilitate entrance into the ground with other end formed into a circular loop to retain ground position of fabricated panel.

FLAGSTAFF HEAD

An ornamental device attached to the top of a flagstaff.

STAR,INDIVIDUAL AUTOMOBILE PLATE

A conventional figure having five symmetrical projecting points to be affixed to an individual automobile plate to denote military rank.

EMBLEM,INDIVIDUAL AUTOMOBILE PLATE

A device to be attached to an individual automobile plate to indicate a service, department, or the like.

FERRULE,FLAGSTAFF

A cylindrical metal item, tapered to a point and designed to be fitted on the lower end of a flagstaff.

CONNECTOR SECTION,FLAGSTAFF HEAD

A device made of metal designed to fit on the top of a flagstaff for the purpose of attaching the SPEARHEAD SECTION, FLAGSTAFF HEAD.

SPEARHEAD SECTION,FLAGSTAFF HEAD

A device made of metal resembling the point or head of a spear attached to the top of a flagstaff by means of a CONNECTOR SECTION, FLAGSTAFF HEAD.

FLAG SET

A group of two or more different flags, with or without flagstaff(s), inclosed in one flag case.

COVER,INDIVIDUAL AUTOMOBILE PLATE

An item designed to obscure the markings on an individual automobile plate when the vehicle is occupied and/or being used by person(s) other than the person indicated by the markings.

BRACKET,FLAGSTAFF

A metal item designed to hold a FLAGSTAFF. It may include a CLEAT, ROPE for securing a halyard and/or screws or bolts for fastening to a window or the like. It may be adjustable for the purpose of changing the angle at which the flag is displayed.

FLAG,IDENTIFICATION

A flag which identifies a vehicle, vessel, place or other object with a government service, civilian or military; a religious faith; for a particular purpose; or the like.

FLAG,INDIVIDUAL

A flag which indicates position or rank of either civilian or military personnel.

FLAG,NATIONAL

A flag that represents and is symbolic of a particular sovereign government. Includes the flag that is specifically prescribed by a nation to be flown by its ships, and is flown by ships of other nations to render official honors to that nation.

FLAG,SIGNAL

A flag that is used to convey a command, warning, or message.

PENNANT,AWARD

A pennant which represents a commendation, citation, or the like.

PENNANT,INDIVIDUAL

A pennant which indicates position or rank of either civilian or military personnel.

PENNANT,ORGANIZATIONAL

A pennant which represents any unified or consolidated group either civilian or military, national or international.

PENNANT,SIGNAL

A pennant which is used to convey a command, warning, or message.

SHAPE,DAY,MARITIME

An object of specified geometric form required by law to be exhibited by a vessel when engaged in certain occupations hazardous to navigation, or to indicate certain conditions of limited maneuverability. The color, minimum dimensions, and conditions of use are prescribed by law. It is usually constructed of metal and fabric to be collapsible.

COVER,MARITIME DAY SHAPE FRAME

A fabric cover for maritime signaling devices. It is usually made from cotton duck cloth and designed to fit around and fasten to a collapsible geometric-shaped frame to form a maritime day shape.

FLAG,AWARD

A flag which represents a commendation, citation, or the like.

STREAMER,AWARD

A streamer which represents participation by a unit in a war or campaign, or receipt of a commendation, citation, or the like.

STREAMER SET,AWARD

A collection of award streamers.

STREAMER SET ATTACHMENT,AWARD

An item consisting of a circular header with holes for the insertion of swivels or the like, specifically designed as an attachment for STREAMER SET, AWARD.

FLAGPOLE

A pole made of wood, metal or other suitable materials, of various heights and diameters, usually tapering from base to top, from which a flag, pennant, streamer or the like is flown. Primarily designed for outdoor use and installed in a fixed or permanent position. It may or may not include appurtenances and hardware. Excludes FLAGSTAFF.

STREAMER,WARNING

A narrow strip of brightly colored material, with or without attaching hardware. It is designed for attachment to specific locations of aircraft, guided missiles, space vehicles, rockets, tanks, tractors, trucks and the like, to warn that certain preoperation functions are required. It may include precautions written, painted or sewed theron. Excludes MARKER (as modified), TAG (as modified), PIN, GROUND SAFTEY; and PIN SET, GROUND SAFTEY.

FLAG KIT,GENERAL OFFICER

A group of items consisting of flags, flag staff(s), flag case(s), plate automobile and buckle.

PENNANT SET

A group of two or more different pennants, with or without flagstaff, which may be enclosed in a case.

FLAG AND PENNANT SET

A group of one or more flag(s) and one or more pennant(s), with or without flagstaff(s), which may be inclosed in a case.

CRAVAT,FLAG

A band of cloth primarily designed to be attached at the top of a FLAGSTAFF and knotted such a way that the ends hang down. The item may be used to support one or more decorations and/or FOURRAGERE. Excludes STREAMER,AWARD.

HAIR,ANIMAL,CURLED

The coarser hair from animals such as horses tails and manes, cattle tails and winter hog hair which is subjected to a curling and carding process to be used in the manufacture of stuffed furniture and mattresses.Excludes hair fibers used in weaving.

WADDING,COTTON

Nonwoven cotton fibers made into a soft mass in the form of sheets or strips. It may have a bonding agent applied on one or both sides or may have a backing on one or both sides. It is used for padding, packing, stuffing, and the like. Excludes WADDING, COTTON, SURGICAL.

BATTING,COTTON

A nonabsorbent, nonsterile, unbleached cotton usually used as a filling or padding for quilts or the like.

COTTON,NONSTERILE

Bulk absorbent cotton which does not conform to recognized medicinal standards for sterility. Excludes COTTON, PURIFIED.

PADDING,COTTON,STITCHED ROVING

A loose assemblage of cotton fibers drawn or rubbed into single strands with very little twist. These strands are joined together by means of threads (stitching) to simulate a woven construction with the strands running fillingwise and the threads running warpwise. Used as a cushioning agent on flatwork ironers, pressing machines and the like.

PAD,CUSHIONING

A pad of various shapes and cross sections, designed for mounting on vehicular panels, doors, hatches, bulkheads, racks, boxes, and the like, for the protection of personnel and equipment from injury and/or damage resulting from sudden stops, jarring, bumping, etc.

BATTING,SYNTHETIC FIBERS

A material made from any single synthetic staple fiber or combination of synthetic staple fibers.

BRISTLE,VEGETABLE HAIR

An item consisting of hard leaf fibers obtained after treatment of some plants (palm tree, agave and the like) and used for the padding and stuffing of mattresses.

WELTING,LEATHER

Genuine leather in narrow strip form generally used in shoemaking. It is usually inserted between two pieces of leather and joined thereto by stitching or cementing. Does not include WELTING, ARTIFICIAL LEATHER.

LEATHER,SHEEPSKIN

Sheepskin, without the fleece, tanned as leather. See also CHAMOIS LEATHER, SHEEPSKIN.

LEATHER,CALFSKIN

LEATHER,CATTLEHIDE

Leather made from the hide of mature bovine animals such as cows, bulls and steers. Excludes LEATHER, CALFSKIN.

LEATHER,HORSEHIDE

LEATHER,KIDSKIN

Leather made from the skin of young goats.

LEATHER,PIGSKIN

MOUTON

A skin obtained from heavy wooled sheep a few weeks after shearing. The skins are tanned with the wool remaining.

CHAMOIS LEATHER,SHEEPSKIN

A leather made from the fleshers or under split of sheepskin, tanned and finished to be highly absorbent, soft and pliable. This leather is principally used for cleaning and polishing purposes, for gloves and garments and for straining water from gasoline.

LACING,HANDICRAFT

A strip of tanned or untanned animal hide or flexible synthetic material. It is used for ornamental and/or functional purposes in trimming and/or stitching handicraft items, such as billfolds and cigarette cases.

FILLET,LEATHER

A curved leather strip, shaped to form a concave junction between two surfaces.

CHAMOIS LEATHER ASSORTMENT,SHEEPSKIN

A group of skins of the same type but in various sizes (run-of-the-tannery) assembled in one package. Excludes CHAMOIS LEATHER, SHEEPSKIN and LEATHER, SHEEPSKIN.

SOLE,RUBBER

The outer, bottom portion of an item of footwear excluding the heel. It is made of natural and/or synthetic rubber.

SOLE,LEATHER

The outer, bottom portion of an item of footwear excluding the heel. It is made of leather.

INSOLES,FOOTWEAR

An item shaped like the sole of a boot or shoe made of felt, leather, plastic, and the like, inserted in footwear for warmth or to improve the fit. Excludes the permanent inner sole of a boot or shoe.

LACES,FOOTWEAR

A cord, narrow tape, or the like, made of cotton, nylon, leather, and the like, used in pairs to draw together and fasten the upper portion of an item of footwear by being drawn through eyelets or over hooks. The ends may be tipped to prevent fraying and to facilitate passage through the eyelets.

LAST,FOOTWEAR

A form usually made of wood or metal, shaped like a person's foot, and used in building or repairing shoes or boots.

MODEL,FOOTWEAR LAST

A form usually made of wood or metal shaped like a person's foot, designed for the manufacturing of footwear. It may be the master model from which the turning model is made in limited quantities, or the turning model from which the production lasts are manufactured in greater quantities.

FOOT MEASURING DEVICE

A calibrated instrument designed to determine the correct foot size for fitting footwear.

MEASURING STICK,FOOTWEAR LAST

A flat strip having an upright piece firmly mounted on one end forming a right angle with the base and with a similar upright piece mounted on a slide attachment to permit movement along the base. A strip with graduated markings is recessed in the surface of the lengthwise strip.

PATTERN SET,FOOTWEAR

A series of guides used to cut the leather and/or other material which is used to manufacture an article of footwear. Includes the insole.

PATTERN SET,FOOTWEAR LAST

A series of guides used in the manufacture of footwear lasts.

PATTERN SET,FOOTWEAR UPPER

A series of guides used to cut the leather and/or other material which forms that part of an article of footwear above the sole. Excludes the insole.

TEMPLATE,TOE CURVE,FOOTWEAR LAST

A device used as a pattern or gage to measure the curve of the toe of a LAST, FOOTWEAR.

TEMPLATE,BACK HEEL CURVE,FOOTWEAR LAST

A device used as a pattern or gage to measure the entire curvature of the heel and leg of a LAST, FOOTWEAR. It measures from the ground to a height of approximately 10 inches (254.0 millimeters).

TEMPLATE,HEEL CURVE,FOOTWEAR LAST

A device used as a pattern or gage to measure the curve of the heel of a LAST, FOOTWEAR. The measurement extends from the ground to ankle height.

MAINTENANCE KIT,COLD WEATHER BOOT VALVE

A maintenance kit containing replacement valves and such other items as adhesive, abrasive strips, and the like. For items used to repair puncture or gashes, see MAINTENANCE KIT (1), COLD WEATHER BOOT-PNEUMATIC MATTRESS.

PATTERN,OUTSOLE ROUNDING

A guide used for cutting (rounding) the bottom, outer portion of an article of footwear.

TEMPLATE SET,BACK HEEL CURVE,FOOTWEAR LAST

A series of devices used as patterns or gages to measure the entire curvature of the heel and leg of footwear lasts. The measurement extends from the ground to a height of approximately 10 inches (254.0 millimeters). Excludes TEMPLATE SET, HEEL CURVE, FOOTWEAR LAST.

TEMPLATE SET,HEEL CURVE,FOOTWEAR LAST

A series of devices used as patterns or gages to measure the curve of the heel of footwear lasts. The measurement extends from the ground to ankle height. Excludes TEMPLATE SET, BACK HEEL CURVE, FOOTWEAR LAST.

TEMPLATE SET,TOE CURVE,FOOTWEAR LAST

A series of devices used as patterns or gages to measure the curve of the toe of footwear lasts.

PATTERN SET,BOTTOM,FOOTWEAR LAST

A series of guides used to check the bottom of the turning model and the bottom of the finished last in the manufacture of footwear lasts.

PATTERN SET,INSOLE ROUNDING

A series of guides used for cutting (rounding) the bottom, inner portion of articles of footwear.

PAD,FOOTWEAR

An item designed to be used as a cushion and worn inside the heel of the shoe for comfort, and to provide protection from injuries or falls due to slippage.

HEEL,FOOTWEAR

The built-up portion of an item of footwear that supports the back part of the foot under the ankle and behind the instep. It is made of natural and/or synthetic rubber, leather or the like.

DIE,CUTTING,FOOTWEAR COMPONENT

A device designed for either manual or machine use to cut out components for the manufacture of footwear. It has a cutting edge(s) and is in the form and size of the specific footwear component it is designed to produce.

DIE SET,CUTTING,FOOTWEAR COMPONENT

A set of devices for either manual or machine use to cut out footwear components used in the manufacture of footwear. Each item has a cutting edge(s) and is in the form and size of the specific footwear component it is designed to produce.

MOLD SET,FOOTWEAR

A grouping of items used in forming a material into an almost finished article of footwear. Each item has the form and size of the specific footwear article to be produced.

MOLD,FOOTWEAR COMPONENT

A grouping of items used in forming a material into an almost finished item, which has the form and size of the specific item to be produced.

CASE,SHOE REPAIR KIT

An item made of wood, metal or other material, in various sizees, compartmented, used for stockage and carrying of bootmaker's hand tools.