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KR20140054157A
KR20140054157A KR1020147005457A KR20147005457A KR20140054157A KR 20140054157 A KR20140054157 A KR 20140054157A KR 1020147005457 A KR1020147005457 A KR 1020147005457A KR 20147005457 A KR20147005457 A KR 20147005457A KR 20140054157 A KR20140054157 A KR 20140054157A
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켈리 에미치
론 로드
제니 유
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다쉬아메리카, 아이엔씨. 디/비/에이 펄 이즈미 유에스에이, 아이엔씨.
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A41D27/20Pockets; Making or setting-in pockets
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D1/00Garments
    • A41D1/06Trousers
    • A41D1/08Trousers specially adapted for sporting purposes
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D1/00Garments
    • A41D1/06Trousers
    • A41D1/08Trousers specially adapted for sporting purposes
    • A41D1/089Shorts
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D27/00Details of garments or of their making
    • A41D27/20Pockets; Making or setting-in pockets
    • A41D27/201Pocket closures
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D2400/00Functions or special features of garments
    • A41D2400/38Shaping the contour of the body or adjusting the figure
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D2400/00Functions or special features of garments
    • A41D2400/46Storage or supply of water for drinking purposes

Abstract

An athlete's clothing having at least one pocket allowing the wearer to access the item stored in the pocket during exercise. The player's shorts / pants are provided with at least one pouch formed therein and are not limited to gel flasks, gel packets, food bars, water, ice packets that are retained in the pouch during exercise, And is set for archiving.

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Athletic Short Pocket {Athletic Short Pocket}

The present invention relates to an athlete's garment having one or more pockets designed / designed or positioned to protect the article when the wearer is actively moving.

<Before and after reference related to application>

The present invention claims the benefit of Provisional Application No. 61 / 514,898 filed on August 3, 2011, the entire contents of which are incorporated herein by reference.

Advances in the understanding of human physiology have confirmed the performance advantages of maintaining liquid and nutrient intake during athletic events. During racing, training, and games that occur without external support, athletes have learned to have their own water and nutrition. Replacing water and mineral loss with sweat secretion prevents the risk associated with dehydration, muscle spasms, elevated deep temperature and reduced production of metabolic energy. In addition, the intake of carbohydrates is absolutely necessary for the replacement of muscle glycogen used in cellular energy production.

Sports, travel and general retailers often sell items for maintaining water and hydrating fluids during various activities that enable users to keep moisture on their bodies, prevent thirst, and improve sport performance The fluid-carrying article is used for leisurely walking activities, and is used for everyday use in activities such as hiking and endurance sports or running, inline skating, cycling and triathlon triathlon. The articles rely on their settings and provide various levels of comfort and convenience associated with devised activities and variable unusual / diverse activities.

Originally, everyday hikers have a frame in the backpack with a shoulder strap to hold the bottle or other container to keep the hands free fashion liquid and / or water supplement, and the inner / outer frame from small to large Used. As the popularity of running increases, the pack with the shoulder straps will not be able to access the fluid and / or water during the sweeping, recoil, effective area of sweating, and activity (without taking off the pack and opening) Caused an uncomfortable means of having fluid bottles for activities such as walking, running and strenghtening walking. Bottles, flasks, bars, gel packs and blocks are either held in hand or placed in or on belts, packs and pouches.

However, hand-carried items have become tired and irritating to the hands and arms, and intense activity over a long period of time can hamper the level of competitiveness and is therefore generally undesirable for many athletes. In order to improve the "hands-free" option to have fluids and / or water and to deal with the special moisture for the demands of more active sports enthusiastic fans, there is a receiving holster for the water bottle, Is now available. This type of pack is similar to the basic general-purpose fanny pack (zipped pocket) currently found in most general retail stores. The water bottles holding the packs are attached to the waist of somebody in that they are mainly buckled in the middle of the waist and attached with two waist straps including a rear "pack" Similar to a pack, just above or partially on the buttocks and made of fibers such as deniar nylon (backpack-style material).

However, the active sports water bottle pack is distinguished from the general use waist (panic) pack described above due to its special jostling and activity related to body movements and fluctuating and physical. For more recent active sports water bottle carriers, the rear pack part may be a receiving holster with an opening in the hips and on the sides or on the top and supported in one or more vertical or partially obliquely supported upper parts, or Bottle openings are mainly sized and shaped to accommodate and secure the "sports" (round cross section sports type) water bottles. To use the bottle-fixed waist pack, the user rotates his arm to reach the bottle, pull it out, drink it, and then reposition the bottle. A "sports" water bottle is a pop-top nipple or a semi-durable (ie, semi-durable) ) Plastic round cross-sectional type bottle. Water or fluid can be squeezed through the opening or nipple by squeezing the bottle with the user's hand, and then using the gravity to turn the bottle upside down and fix it.

Many of the packs were provided and resealed to carry two or more standard water bottles (containing a volume of about 20 ounces of water / fluid). The bouncing of the bottle due to the non-optimal position of the bottle associated with the angle of the waist strap that is set vertically and produces a twist motion "about" (about) the waistband surface that causes local bleeding of the bottle to the body of the user bouncimg) and there is an unfavorable (far distance) position of the weight (mass) of the water in relation to the mass center of the body of the user that caused the bouncing, There is a sloping version of the bottle holster that has sloshing and is ergonomically uncomfortable due to the lack of integration of the elements associated with the user's body, With such a pack in place: the pack / bottle shape is not optimal for running and other similar jarring type activities.

In other designs, the pouch is typically made from one or more pieces of fibers that are sewn into the garment and create a pouch. The pouch is attached to the fibers of the garment along its upper edge, or at a portion of its lateral edge. The resulting container may be attached from the connection, or be sewn to the outer material of the garment along the three sides. Until now, all of the above has proven to be inadequate and unsatisfactory due to friction and irritation caused, bouncing and swinging of the contents, and disturbance due to the shaky motion of the arms during running.

Compression shorts are worn by individuals for various purposes, but mostly by active individuals and athletes involved in athletic activities. Essentially, compression shorts are provided like a girdle type, providing compression support to various parts of the wearer's body including the back, hips, pelvis, abdomen, groin, and thighs. Compression shorts are partially helpful to those who suffer from injury such as partial injury to the body part, either for additional support of the permanently weakened part by injury, or temporary support for the part during wound healing.

Compression shorts are often made from stretched or elastomeric fibers such as Lycra TM or Spandex TM . Typically, the compression shorts are produced such that the fibers of the elastomer are in a stretched state when the shorts are pulled from the body of the wearer, thereby providing some degree of compressive support for the wearer. The particular portion of the body that receives the compressive support depends on the nature of the manufacture of the garment.

Some player shorts and skirts designed for running and other sports consist of inner briefs or compression shorts that provide the stability and protection of the genitalia, and outer shorts designed to provide style and to disguise the shape of the body. Typically, the two layers are designed to connect to a shared waistband that results in one garment portion. In addition, past products had pockets, waist bands, or some combination supported by external fibers to carry moisture, nutrition and / or personal electronic devices. Attempts have been made to connect the inner shorts to the pockets where they can be stabilized by the open-ended compressed fibers in the outer shorts, but the design, construction and production have been very difficult.

Therefore, there is a need in the field of running, especially in the field of running, for athlete's wear that includes a method of securely securing an article and which does not disturb the movement of the athlete wearing the garment. The garment of the present invention achieves these and other advantages which will be more fully discussed below.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION [0006]

And to provide clothing for the athlete.

According to an aspect of the present invention,

Undergarment with compressive force; And

And a first pouch, the first pouch being located on an outer surface of the back side of the compressible undergarment.

Having at least one pouch formed in the garment and set for storage of articles containing, but not limited to, a gel thermos bottle, a gel bag, a food bar, water or other energy source secured in motion for safe and easy access It is intended to provide clothing for the athlete. In addition, the pouch is positioned such that the pocket and its contents do not interfere with the athlete during an exercise such as running, cycling, hiking or walking.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Figure 1 shows a rear view of an embodiment of the athlete's trousers of the present invention;
Figure 2 shows a rear view of an embodiment of the athlete's trousers of the present invention;
Figure 3 shows a side view of an embodiment of the athlete's trousers of the present invention;
Figure 4 shows an opposite side view of an embodiment of the athlete's trousers of the present invention;
Figure 5 shows a rear view of the embodiment of the athlete's trousers with side pockets on the right side of the athlete's trousers;
Figure 6 shows a rear view of an embodiment of a pants for a player with side pockets on the right side of the pants for the athlete;
7 shows a side view of an embodiment of a pants for a player with side pockets on the right side of the pants for the athlete;
8 shows a rear view of an embodiment of a pants for a player with side pockets on the left side of the pants for the athlete;
9 shows a rear view of an embodiment of a pants for a player with side pockets on the left side of the pants for the athlete; And
Figure 10 shows a side view of a pants for athlete with side pockets on the left side of the pants.

The main object of the subject invention, therefore, is to set up for storage of articles which are formed in the garment and which are not limited to gel thermos, gel pouches, food bars, water or other energy sources, At least one pouch to be worn by the wearer. In addition, the pouch is positioned such that the pocket and its contents do not interfere with the athlete during an exercise such as running, cycling, hiking or walking.

The athlete garment construction of the present invention enables efficient and economical attachment of a stable pouch to the inner liner by moving the attachment of the outer layer downward to expose portions of the liner. The attachment may follow a straight, sloping, or curved path to expose more or less of the liner required to secure the pouch. The pouch can also be positioned to avoid the path of the player's arm swing and can be positioned so that it can be easily evaluated. Through prototyping, testing, and athlete evaluation, the inventors determined the preferred location for the pouch to be empty, on the side of the hip muscle. Other positions such as the middle of the back and the anterior in the hips are also functional.

Its structure can also be further improved through the use of elastic fibers which help compress the article against the body in the pocket.

Referring to Fig. 1, the athletic garment is shown, wherein the athletic garment is a pants for athlete and more specifically a shorts. Although the reference will be made briefly by way of explanation, it is understood that the invention is suitable for other athletic apparel such as skirts, pants, tights and the like. The shorts 100 of the present invention are shown in their respective rear projection views. It is understood that the shorts 100 are represented by knee lengths, depending on the wearer &apos; s comfort and wearer &apos; s activity, including full-length athlete pants and shorts or longer shorts. The shorts include compressive portions around the pockets 104, 106, may be compressive shorts, or may be loose materials. The shorts may also include loose material, or a compressive undergarment may be attached. In addition, the shorts may also be connected to a top portion such as a shirt, a tank top, a garter belt or the like. In some embodiments, the athletic garment may be a skirt or skort that may be connected to the top.

In one embodiment, the garment has two parts sewn together to make the shorts 100. Additional seams and regions may be used without departing from the invention. The garment may also have only one seam, and may be a part of the fiber. The two pockets 104, 106 are shown in Fig. 1, and each of the pockets can be used individually without departing from the claimed invention, or they can be used together as shown in Fig. In addition, any number of pockets can be added to the garment at any location on the garment without departing from the present invention. In some embodiments, the pouch is located on the back side of the shorts 100. In some embodiments, the pouch 104 and pouch 106 are positioned between a compressive undergarment or a compressive portion of the athlete's garment and a loose material covering the compressive undergarment or portion. In some embodiments, a compressive undergarment or region and an external material (such as a loose material) may be provided to the pouch 104 (e.g., to facilitate the seam between the compressible undergarment or region and the external material to access the pouch content) And / or away from the lip of the pouch 106. In this way,

The attachment seam between the pouch 104 and / or the pouch 106 may be straight, angled, or wedged to expose more or less of the liner required to secure the pouch 104 and / or the pouch 106 You can follow the path.

The present invention also includes an optional bag (102). The optional pouch may be located anywhere on the shorts 100, but in the preferred embodiment, the optional pouch is located approximately midway point of the back of the shorts. In some embodiments, the optional pouch 102 is a pocket that is located between a compressible undergarment or compressive portion of the shorts and a loose material covering the compressive undergarment or portion. Optional pockets 102 may be closed in any suitable manner, such as, for example, zippers, elastic materials, buttons, snaps, covering materials or the like, or combinations thereof. The optional pouch 102 may include a plurality of inner pockets. In some embodiments, the optional pouch forms a pouch system that includes a central pouch and right and left pockets, each having an outer edge, an inner edge, an upper edge, and a lower edge, respectively. The top edge is open, and the inner edge, outer edge, and bottom edge are closed. In some embodiments, one edge of the right pocket may be adjacent the edge of the center pocket. In some embodiments, one edge of the right pocket may be joined to one edge of the center pocket. Similarly, one corner of the left pocket can be joined to the edge of the central pocket.

The vertical centerline of the garment is adjusted substantially to the spine of the user and the first pocket is located on the athletic garment on one side of the vertical centerline and the second pocket is located on the athletic garment on the other side of the vertical centerline . The vertical centerline is located approximately midway between the shorts. In some embodiments, the entirety of the right pouch is located on one side of the vertical centerline, and the entirety of the left pocket is located on the other side of the vertical centerline. The right and left pockets may be arranged substantially symmetrically with respect to the vertical centerline, and the center pouch is fairly centered on the vertical centerline. The right, left, and central pouches may be one or larger and may all be arranged within the outer pouch.

2 shows a rear view of the shorts 100. The pockets 104, 106 are set at an angle on the shorts 100. With reference to the waist 108 of the shorts 100, the upper portion 110 of the pouch may be parallel to the waist 108, such that the angle alpha is approximately 0 [deg.]. Alternatively, angle &lt; RTI ID = 0.0 &gt; a &lt; / RTI &gt; In some embodiments, angle [alpha] is at an angle from approximately -90 [deg.] To approximately 90 [deg.]. In the preferred embodiment, the angle [alpha] is not 0 [deg.], But it is preferably set at an angle of about -45 [deg.] As shown in FIG. The pouch 104 may also be a mirror image of itself, such that the angle of the pouch 104 is about 45 degrees. Similarly, the upper side bag 112 may be parallel to the waist 108, such that the angle [beta] is approximately 0 [deg.]. Alternatively, the angle? May be any angle. In some embodiments, the angle [beta] may be between about -90 [deg.] And about 90 [deg.] (Although it can be any angle). In the preferred embodiment, the angle [beta] is not 0 [deg.], But is set at an angle preferably close to -45 [deg.] (Or about -135 [deg.]) As shown in FIG. The angles alpha and beta may be the same angle, but may be different angles. The angles [alpha] and [beta] can be independently selected for maximum functionality and performance.

In the preferred embodiment, the pouches 104, 106 shown in Fig. 2 are advantageously tilted as the shorts are worn by the user, and the pouches 104, 106 have a gluteus maximus in the concave portion of the body for maximum comfort, It is located in front of the gluteus maximus / minimus muscle. In some embodiments, the pockets 104, 106 are located on the outer surface of the back surface of the compressible portion of the shorts. In some embodiments, the pouches 104, 106 are located in the holes in the side of the hips. The pockets 104, 106 may also be fairly mirror images of themselves on the vertical centerline. In some embodiments, the pouches 104, 106 can be of similar shape and size, and in some embodiments the pouches 104, 106 are approximately the same shape and / or size. In some embodiments, the pouches 104, 106 are positioned symmetrically on the shorts with respect to the vertical centerline. In addition, the pouch 104 and / or the pouch 106 can be positioned to avoid the path of the player's arm swing and can be positioned so that it can be easily evaluated.

3 shows a side view of the pouch 106. Fig. The dimensions of the pockets 104, 106 may be any suitable size and any suitable shape. In a preferred embodiment, the pouch 106 has a quadrilateral shape such that the opening 112 is slightly larger than the bottom 118 of the pocket. In a specific embodiment, the first edge 116 is approximately 0.11 meters. In some embodiments, the second edge 114 is approximately 0.12 meters. The top edge 112 is approximately 0.067 meters, and the bottom edge 118 is slightly smaller than the top edge 112. The size can be the same as the pouch 104, but the pouches 104, 106 can be different sizes and / or shapes on the shorts 100. Fig. 4 shows another side view of the shorts 100 and further shows the pouch 104. Fig. In a preferred embodiment, the pouch 104 is slightly larger than the bottom 120 of the pocket, the pouch 106 is open 110, the first edge 122 is approximately 0.11 meters, the second edge 124 is approximately The top edge 110 is about 0.067 meters, and the bottom edge 120 is a quadrilateral shape, such as slightly smaller than the top edge 110. [ In this embodiment, the scales can be the same as the pouches 106, but the pockets 104, 106 can be different sizes and / or shapes on the shorts 100.

Figure 5 shows another embodiment of the shorts 200. In the above embodiment, only one side bag was attached to the shorts 200. The pouch 204 is positioned on the rear surface of the shorts 200 and slightly apart. The pouch 204 may include four corners of the top edge 210, the bottom edge 220, the first edge 222, and the second edge 224. The pouch 204 may be of a similar size as the pouch 104. The pouch 204 may be set at an angle a with respect to the upper edge of the shorts 208. As shown in FIG. 5, alpha can be at any suitable angle. In a preferred embodiment,? Is at an angle between the top 208 of the shorts and the top edge 210. The angle alpha is between about 0 DEG and about -90 DEG (about 0 DEG to about 90 DEG). The shorts 200 may include optional pockets 202.

6 shows a rear view of the shorts 200. The pouch 204 is shown with the pouch 202. The upper edge 210 of the pocket 204 is at an angle a relative to the upper edge 208 of the shorts 200. 7 shows a side profile view of the shorts 200. Pouch 204 is shown in FIG. 7, along with the portion of optional pouch 202. The pouch 204 can also be positioned to avoid the path of the player's arm swing and can be positioned so that it can be easily evaluated.

FIG. 8 shows another embodiment of the shorts 300. In the above embodiment, only one side bag was attached to the shorts 300. The pockets 306 are located on the rear side of the shorts 300 and slightly apart. Optional pockets 302 are also shown. Fig. 9 shows the rear part of the shorts 300. Fig. Pouches 306 and optional pouches 302 are shown. 10 is a side view of the shorts 300. Pouch 306 and optional pouch 302 appear.

The pouch may be made of any suitable material, including elastic or elastic materials such as Lycra TM , or spandex TM , net, and the like, or any combination thereof. The portion of the pouch can be the same material as the shorts. The pouch is positioned on the shorts, such as when the wearer is active, such as not interfering with the wearer. For example, the wearer is free to run without her elbow contacting the pocket. However, the pouch is also positioned as the wearer approaches the pouch to remove the item from the pocket during activity. For example, a wearer may have at least one gel pack or thermos, at least one block, at least one food bar, or other nutritional needs, or a combination of such things as personal electronics, cell phones, keys, The wearer's personal items can be stored in the pocket. In addition, the pouch material stabilizes the stored article while allowing the heavy article to carry without flapping or moving during wearer activity. Optionally, the top of the pocket may be sealed with pockets such as elastic bands or zippers, elastic materials, at least one button, at least one snap, additional material covers (flpa), buttons, snaps or other similar items, May include other means for accomplishing this.

In some embodiments, the athletic garment may include a display material. The marking material may be a company logo, a race number, an identification mark or a combination of such. The foregoing examples of the invention have been presented for purposes of illustration and description. In addition, the above examples are not limited to the invention of the type disclosed herein. Accordingly, variations and modifications correspond to the teaching of the description of the invention, and the skill or knowledge of the relevant art is within the scope of the invention. The specific embodiments described within the examples provided herein further illustrate the best mode known to practice the invention and are intended to enable those skilled in the art to utilize the invention in its various applications as required by the particular application or use of the invention . The appended claims should be construed to cover alternative embodiments to the extent permitted by the prior art.

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  1. Undergarment with compressive force; And
    And a first pouch, said first pouch being located on an outer surface of the back side of the compressive undergarment.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Further comprising an additional pouch, said additional pouch being located on the back side of the compressive undergarment and approximately midway point of the compressive undergarment.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Characterized in that the additional bag further comprises a closing means, wherein the closing means is selected from the group consisting of a zipper, an elastic material, at least one button, at least one snap, a covering material, Apparel for athletes.
  4. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Said additional pouch comprising:
    And a left and a right pouch, wherein the upper edge is open, the inner, outer, and lower edges are closed;
    Wherein the vertical centerline of the garment is located substantially along the vertebra of the user and the right pocket is located on the garment for the athlete at one side of the vertical centerline and the left pocket is located on the garment for the athlete on the other side of the vertical centerline, Wherein the right and left pockets are arranged substantially symmetrically with respect to the vertical centerline and the center pocket is located substantially centered on the vertical centerline.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein said first bag comprises a closing means and said closing means is selected from the group consisting of a zipper, an elastic material, at least one button, at least one snap, a covering material, or a combination thereof.
  6. The method according to claim 1,
    The second bag being located on the back side of the compressible undergarment and the second bag being of a compressive undergarment which is on the opposite side to the vertical centerline of the first bag, Is located on the outer surface of the rear surface.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    Said second pouch being located on a compressive undergarment in a substantially exactly symmetrical position in a first pocket near the vertical centerline of the compressive undergarment.
  8. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the first pocket and the second pocket are substantially identical in shape.
  9. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the first pocket and the second pocket are approximately the same size.
  10. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the first and second bags are positioned such that the first pocket and the second pocket are substantially mirror images of each other with respect to a vertical centerline of the compressive undergarment.
  11. The method according to claim 1,
    Characterized in that the compressive undergarment comprises a material selected from the group consisting of a stretchable material, an elastic material, a mesh material and combinations thereof.
  12. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the first bag is selected from the group consisting of at least one gel pack, at least one thermos flask, at least one block, at least one bar, a nutritional article and combinations thereof &Lt; / RTI &gt; characterized in that it is set to accommodate the article.
  13. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein said first pocket is shaped as a quadrilateral having a first edge of about 0.11 meters, a second edge of about 0.12 meters, a top surface of about 0.067 meters, and a bottom surface less than the top surface.
  14. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the first pocket and the second pocket are larger and completely disposed within the outer pocket.
  15. shorts;
    A first pocket positioned on the back side of the shorts and having an opening set at an angle of alpha from the waist line of the shorts; And
    A compressible portion of the shorts, the first pouch being located on a compressive portion of the shorts.
  16. 16. The method of claim 15,
    Further comprising an additional pouch located on the rear side of the shorts approximately midway point of the shorts.
  17. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Characterized in that the additional pouch further comprises a closure means selected from the group consisting of a zipper, an elastic material, at least one button, at least one snap, a covering material, or a combination thereof.
  18. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Wherein the additional bag comprises:
    And a left and a right pouch, each top and bottom edges being open, each interior, exterior, and bottom edges closed;
    The vertical centerline of the garment is located substantially along the spine of the user and the right pocket is located on the clothing for the athlete at one side of the vertical centerline and the left pocket is located on the garment at the other side of the vertical centerline, The pouch and the left pouch are arranged substantially symmetrically with respect to the center line of the vertical, the center pouch is located fairly centrally on the vertical centerline,
    The right pockets, the left pockets and the central pockets are larger and completely arranged in the outer pockets.
  19. 16. The method of claim 15,
    Wherein the first bag comprises a closing means selected from the group consisting of a zipper, an elastic material, at least one button, at least one snap, a covering material, or a combination thereof.
  20. 16. The method of claim 15,
    Characterized in that the second bag is located on the back side of the shorts on the opposite side of the centerline perpendicular to the first bag and the opening of the second bag is at an angle of beta from the waist of the shorts Athlete 's clothing.
  21. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Wherein said second pouch is positioned on the shorts in an approximately exactly symmetrical position with respect to the vertical centerline of the shorts in the first pocket.
  22. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Wherein the first pocket and the second pocket are substantially identical in shape.
  23. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Wherein the first pocket and the second pocket are approximately the same size.
  24. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Said second pouch being located on a compressive portion of the shorts.
  25. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Said first pocket and said second pocket being characterized in that said first pocket and said second pocket are substantially mirror images of each other with respect to the vertical centerline of the shorts.
  26. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Characterized in that the shorts comprise a material selected from the group consisting of elastic materials, elastic materials, mesh materials and combinations thereof.
  27. 16. The method of claim 15,
    Wherein said first bag is configured to receive an article selected from the group consisting of at least one gel pack, at least one thermos bottle, at least one block, at least one bar, a nutritional article, and combinations thereof.
  28. 16. The method of claim 15,
    Wherein said first pocket is shaped as a quadrilateral with a first edge of 0.11 meters, a second edge of about 0.12 meters, a top surface of about 0.067 meters, and a bottom surface less than the top surface.
  29. 21. The method of claim 20,
    And the second pocket is approximately the same size as the first pocket.
  30. 21. The method of claim 20,
    Wherein said second pouch is set to receive an article selected from the group consisting of at least one gel pack, at least one thermos bottle, at least one block, at least one bar, a nutritional article, and combinations thereof.
  31. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein said second pouch is set to receive an article selected from the group consisting of at least one gel pack, at least one thermos bottle, at least one block, at least one bar, a nutritional article, and combinations thereof.
  32. The method according to claim 1,
    RTI ID = 0.0 &gt; 1, &lt; / RTI &gt; further comprising at least one optional pouch.
  33. 16. The method of claim 15,
    RTI ID = 0.0 &gt; 1, &lt; / RTI &gt; further comprising at least one optional pouch.
  34. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein said angle &lt; RTI ID = 0.0 &gt; a &lt; / RTI &gt; is an angle between about -90 degrees and about 90 degrees.
  35. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein said second bag is located at an angle beta from the waist and said angle beta is an angle between about -90 DEG and 90 DEG.
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