yowe European Union Trademark Information

On Thursday, February 12, 2015, an european community trademark registration was filed for yowe by SM e CP, Comercio de Vestuário, Lda. . The OHIM has given the trademark application number of 013734041. The current status of this trademark filing is Registered. The yowe trademark is filed in the category of Clothing Products .
Word Mark: yowe
Status Date:
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Application Number: 013734041
Filing Date: Thursday, February 12, 2015
Registration Date: Monday, June 22, 2015
Type of Mark: Figurative
Kind of Mark: Individual
Mark Distinctiveness: Yes
Filing Language: Portugal
Secondary Language: Spain
Last Applicant/Owner:
Logo Design Information
Design Feature:
(1) Deer, stags, elk, reindeer, fawns, antelopes
(2) Animals of Series IV stylized
(3) Framework and frames (quadrangular)

Classification Information

Class Code: 025
Class Description: Clothing Products
Goods & Services: Footwear; Headgear; Clothing; Boots; Winter boots; Waders; Hunting boots; Boots for sports; Ladies' boots; Fishing boots; Mountaineering boots; Ski boots; Climbing boots [mountaineering boots]; Riding shoes; Polo boots; Work boots; Rain boots; Army boots; Half-boots; Boots for motorcycling; Booties; Bowling shoes; Footwear [excluding orthopedic footwear]; Rainshoes; Pullstraps for shoes and boots; Leather slippers; Bath slippers; Flip-flops; Shoe dowels; Boot uppers; Footwear for women; Climbing footwear; Footwear for men; Golf footwear; Children's footwear; Footwear not for sports; Women's foldable slippers; Japanese footwear of rice straw (waraji); Casual footwear; Footwear made of vinyl; Japanese split-toed work footwear (jikatabi); Work shoes; Beach shoes; Mountaineering shoes; Gymnastic shoes; Football shoes; Ski and snowboard shoes and parts thereof; Infants' footwear; Cycling shoes; Gym boots; Mules; Japanese toe-strap sandals (asaura-zori); Zori; Sandals and beach shoes; Japanese style sandals of felt; Japanese style sandals of leather; Japanese style sandals (zori); Bath sandals; Sandals; Stiffeners for shoes; Stiffeners for boots; Tips for footwear; Studs for football boots; Shoe pegs; Slippers; Insoles [for shoes and boots]; Inner socks for footwear; Tongues for shoes and boots; Shoe uppers; Uppers for Japanese style sandals; Uppers of woven rattan for Japanese style sandals; Galoshes; Fittings of metal for footwear; Wooden main bodies of Japanese style wooden clogs; Inner soles; Rubber soles for jikatabi; Slipper soles; Japanese style clogs and sandals; Bath shoes; Walking shoes; Baseball shoes; Snowboard shoes; Aqua shoes; Volleyball shoes; Deck shoes; Pumps [footwear]; High-heeled shoes; Rugby boots; Canvas shoes; Hockey shoes; Dance shoes; Leather shoes; Dress shoes; Boxing shoes; Running shoes; Handball shoes; Shoes with hook and pile fastening tapes; Ballet slippers; Welts for footwear; Valenki [felted boots]; Basketball sneakers; Toe straps for Japanese style wooden clogs; Sandal-clogs; Japanese style wooden clogs (geta); Low wooden clogs (koma-geta); Low wooden clogs (hiyori-geta); High rain clogs (ashida); Wooden shoes; Heels; Wooden supports of Japanese style wooden clogs; Soles for japanese style sandals; Shoes soles for repair; Intermediate soles; Albs; Petticoats; Handwarmers [clothing]; Hosiery; Wrist warmers; Clothing for fishermen; Neckwear; Arm warmers [clothing]; Aprons [clothing]; Cloth bibs; Bibs, not of paper; Bandanas [neckerchiefs]; Sweat bands for the wrist; Barber smocks; White coats for hospital use; Gowns for doctors; Bermuda shorts; Pinafores; Bikinis; Blazers; Chemise tops; Blousons; Sleeved jackets; Golf pants, shirts and skirts; Ski trousers; Trousers for children; Trousers of leather; Corduroy trousers; Warm-up pants; Anglers' shoes; Caftans; Mufflers [clothing]; Scarfs; Boas [necklets]; Desert boots; Pockets for clothing; Money belts [clothing]; Boxer shorts; Boleros; Teddies [undergarments]; Snap crotch shirts for infants and toddlers; Sleeveless jackets; Light-reflecting jackets; Boas; Rainproof jackets; Snowboard jackets; Motorcycle jackets; Leather jackets; Breeches for wear; Fleece shorts; Tennis shorts; Sweat shorts; Rugby shorts; Swimming trunks; Gym shorts; Cycling shorts; Bib shorts; Bathing trunks; Trousers shorts; Pirate pants; Walking breeches; Shorts; Casual trousers; Waterproof trousers; Trews; Snowboard trousers; Over-trousers; Golf trousers; Denim jeans; Dress pants; Tracksuit bottoms; Sweatpants; Pantsuits; Rugby tops; Guernseys; Roll necks [clothing]; Turtleneck sweaters; Football jerseys; Nighties; Sports shirts with short sleeves; Running vests; Chemises; Hooded tops; Bodices [lingerie]; Chemisettes; Knit shirts; Shirts for suits; Casual shirts; Shirts and slips; Button down shirts; Tennis shirts; Collared shirts; Baby doll pyjamas; Dress shirts; Open-necked shirts; Shirts; Panties, shorts and briefs; Heelpieces for stockings; Heavy jackets; Sports jackets; Dinner jackets; Suede jackets; Warm-up jackets; Cotton coats; Lumberjackets; Korean outer jackets worn over basic garment [Magoja]; Short overcoat for kimono (haori); Long jackets; Quilted jackets [clothing]; Cowls [clothing]; Coats; Cloaks; Waterproof capes; Capes; Duffel coats; Tank tops; Undershirts for kimonos (koshimaki); Undershirts for kimonos (juban); Long sleeved vests; Undershirts; Sports jerseys; Ramie shirts; Sweaters; Hat frames [skeletons]; Peaked headwear; Headbands [clothing]; Sports headgear [other than helmets]; Leather headwear; Children's headwear; Woolly hats; Fezzes; Flat caps; Tams; Tam o'shanters; Bonnets; Caps [headwear]; Caps with visors; Baseball caps; Sports caps; Golf caps; Hoods [clothing]; Berets; Bobble hats; Fashion hats; Ski hats; Sedge hats (suge-gasa); Top hats; Veils [clothing]; Visors [headwear]; Visors; Turbans; Waterpolo caps; Shower caps; Bathing caps; Toques [hats]; Skull caps; Sun visors [headwear]; Cap peaks; Mantillas; Nightcaps; Bonnets [headwear]; Head sweatbands; Wimples; Small hats; Rain hats; Fedoras; Sun hats; Paper hats for wear by nurses; Paper hats for wear by chefs; Fur hats; Beach hats; Sun visors; Chasubles; Bushjackets; Jackets being sports clothing; Gilets; Wind resistant jackets; Oilskins [clothing]; Mackintoshes; Sheepskin coats; Fur coats and jackets; Knit jackets; Smoking jackets; Weatherproof jackets; Donkey jackets; Fur jackets; Evening coats; Pea coats; Cardigans; Laboratory coats; Coats of denim; Tracksuit tops; Ski jackets; Riding jackets; Bed jackets; Jackets [clothing]; Sweatjackets; Woollen tights; Stockings; Korean traditional women's waistcoats [Baeja]; Fishing vests; Leather waistcoats; Athletics vests; Wind vests; Vests; Detachable collars; Detachable neckpieces for kimonos (haneri); Collars; Headdresses [veils]; Belts made out of cloth; Belts made from imitation leather; Leather belts [clothing]; Bustle holder bands for obi (obiage); Suspender belts for women; Belts [clothing]; Waist belts; Girdles; Short-sleeve shirts; Party hats [clothing]; Sports caps and hats; Paper hats for use as clothing items; Paper hats [clothing]; Waist strings for kimonos (koshihimo); Fur stoles; Layettes [clothing]; Shirt yokes; Neck scarfs [mufflers]; Ascots; Sashes for wear; Bloomers; Pantie-girdles; Panties; Underpants; Crinolines; Pedal pushers; Camisoles; Corselets; String fasteners for haori (haori-himo); Jockstraps [underwear]; Jogging sets [clothing]; Camiknickers; Twin sets; Short sets [clothing]; Rainsuits; Combinations [clothing]; Slips [undergarments]; Footless tights; Overalls; Leisure suits; Karate suits; Jogging suits; Costumes for use in role-playing games; Ski suits for competition; Running Suits; Suits made of leather; Evening suits; Dinner suits; Bathing costumes for women; Bathing suits for men; Fitted swimming costumes with bra cups; Trunks; Bathing suits; Ballet suits; Suits; Cummerbunds; Sash bands for kimono (obi); Wrap belts for kimonos (datemaki); Tightening-up strings for kimonos (datejime); Sweatbands; Tennis sweatbands; Bustles for obi-knots (obiage-shin); Tuxedo belts; Theatrical costumes; Taekwondo suits; Snow boarding suits; Halloween costumes; Motorcycle riding suits; Kendo outfits; Judo suits; Men's suits; Warm-up suits; Wet suits for water-skiing; Flying suits; Snow suits; Wet suits for surfing; Wet suits for water-skiing and sub-aqua; Wet suits for windsurfing; Wet suits; Waterproof suits for motorcyclists; One-piece suits; Three piece suits [clothing]; Sweat suits; Jogging outfits; Boiler suits; Skirt suits; Sailor suits; Shell suits; Pocket squares; Cashmere scarves; Shoulder scarves; Athletic tights; Leggings [trousers]; Bowties; Sleeveless jerseys; Jerseys [clothing]; Salopettes; Men's and women's jackets, coats, trousers, vests; Stuff jackets [clothing]; Dust coats; Puttees and gaiters; Silk ties; Ties [clothing]; Neckties; Denims [clothing]; Gabardines [clothing]; Trench coats; Morning coats; Nappy pants [clothing]; Babies' pants [clothing]; Ready-made linings [parts of clothing]; Footmuffs, not electrically heated; Bolo ties with precious metal tips; Maniples; Mantles; Burnouses; Muffs [clothing]; Maillots; Sports singlets; Playsuits [clothing]; Rompers; Gloves including those made of skin, hide or fur; Driving gloves; Gloves for cyclists; Knitted gloves; Motorcycle gloves; Ski gloves; Riding gloves; Gloves with conductive fingertips that may be worn while using handheld electronic touch screen devices; Gloves [clothing]; Lingerie; Liveries; Head scarves; Yashmaghs; Neckerchiefs; Neck scarves; Kerchiefs [clothing]; Beach wraps; Wearable garments and clothing, namely, shirts; Boot cuffs; Pelisses; Furs [clothing]; Shirt fronts; Balaclavas; Bottoms [clothing]; Parkas; Ear muffs; Negligees; Eye masks; Sleep masks; Monokinis; Mittens; Trouser socks; Slipper socks; Sweat-absorbent stockings; Tennis socks; Woollen socks; Japanese style socks (tabi); Bed socks; Sports socks; Anti-perspirant socks; Socks; Replica football kits; Basic upper garment of Korean traditional clothes [Jeogori]; Pelerines; Full-length kimonos (nagagi); Kimonos; Cuffs; Tennis pullovers; Long sleeve pullovers; Slipovers [clothing]; Hooded pullovers; Slipovers; Trouser straps; Rain ponchos; Ponchos; Polo knit tops; Sports jerseys and breeches for sports; Polo shirts; Polo sweaters; Fleeces; Gaiters; Chaps (clothing); Pyjamas [from tricot only]; Pajamas (Am.); Socks and stockings; Bathwraps; Short petticoats; Culotte skirts; Pleated skirts for formal kimonos (hakama); Kilts; Tennis skirts; Skirts; Lounging robes; Japanese sleeping robes (nemaki); Beach robes; House coats; Bath robes; Dressing gowns; Outerclothing; Clothing for skiing; Thermal underwear; Sweat-absorbent underwear; Babies' undergarments; Knitted underwear; Underwear; Weather resistant outer clothing; Loungewear; Nightwear; Knitwear [clothing]; Evening wear; Halter tops; Vest tops; Togas; Garments for protecting clothing; Thongs; Women's suits; Tabards; Printed t-shirts; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts; Tee-shirts; Hooded sweatshirts; Sock suspenders; Sweat shirts; Suspender belts for men; Braces for clothing [suspenders]; Dress shields; Strapless bras; Brassieres; Car coats; Korean topcoats [Durumagi]; Overcoats; Skorts; Saris; Trainers [footwear]; Sarongs; Bridesmaid dresses; Shift dresses; Tennis dresses; Women's ceremonial dresses; Wedding dresses; Christening robes; Dresses made from skins; Dresses; Uniforms for commercial use; Uniforms for nurses; Combative sports uniforms; Martial arts uniforms; School uniforms; Referees uniforms; Baseball uniforms; Chefs' whites; Uniforms; Bathing suit cover-ups; Tunics; Tutus; Warm-up tops; Costumes; Jogging tops; Tops [clothing]; Cycling tops; Clothing for martial arts; Clothing for wear in judo practices; Casualwear; Sailing wet weather clothing; Clothing made of fur; Outerclothing for girls; Outerclothing for men; Womens' outerclothing; Paper clothing; Clothing of imitations of leather; Motorcyclists' clothing of leather; Clothing of leather; Beach clothes; Formal evening wear; Swim wear for gentlemen and ladies; Leisurewear; Clothing for gymnastics; Masquerade costumes; Waterproof outerclothing; Sports clothing [other than golf gloves]; Sportswear; Cyclists' clothing; Ready-made clothing; Thermally insulated clothing; Jumper dresses; Shawls and headscarves; Shawls and stoles; Shawls [from tricot only]; Shawls; Yashmaks; Weatherproof clothing; Maternity clothing; Boys' clothing; Menswear; Clothing for horse-riding [other than riding hats]; Bridesmaids wear; Clothing for children; Clothing for wear in wrestling games; Motorists' clothing.

Trademark Record History

Status Date: Record Status Description
2/23/2015 Proprietor - Change of name and address - Registered

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