TODAY’S PATENT- BIVOUAC BAG
Embark on outdoor adventures with the patent-protected Bivouac Bag, a portable shelter designed to redefine camping comfort. Bearing the distinguished patent number USD629176S1, this innovative bag was filed on August 28, 2009, and officially granted on December 21, 2010, in U.S, marking a milestone in the world of outdoor gear.
The inventive minds behind this portable refuge are Brian Abrams from Spokane, WA, and Eric Sachs from Rossland, BC. Their collaborative effort has resulted in a Bivouac Bag that not only offers shelter on the go but does so with a unique ornamental design, making it a standout accessory for outdoor enthusiasts.
The current custodian of this patent is Manroland AG Vista Outdoor Operations LLC, representing Vista Outdoor Inc. A powerhouse in the outdoor sports and recreation industry, Vista Outdoor Inc. operates in two primary markets: shooting sports and outdoor products. With a portfolio of over 40 labels and subsidiaries, it stands as a “house of brands,” offering a diverse range of quality products for outdoor enthusiasts.
With an active status and an ornamental design claim, this patent ensures that the Bivouac Bag remains a symbol of innovation and functionality. Whether camping in the wilderness or embarking on a backpacking journey, outdoor enthusiasts can trust in the shelter and design of this patent-protected accessory, elevating their outdoor experience.