Did you hear?... Wyoming Woolens and Nordic Gear reach out of court settlement

An out of court settlement has been reached between Wyoming Woolens, and Nordic Gear of Rye, New York, whereby Nordic Gear will no longer offer or sell fleece socks with flatlock seams.
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An out of court settlement has been reached between Wyoming Woolens, and Nordic Gear of Rye, New York, whereby Nordic Gear will no longer offer or sell fleece socks with flatlock seams. The flatlock-seam construction concept is covered and protected by Wyoming Woolen's U.S. patent 5,450,630.

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