US1981088A - Child's legging and ski pants - Google Patents

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US1981088A
US1981088A US725169A US72516934A US1981088A US 1981088 A US1981088 A US 1981088A US 725169 A US725169 A US 725169A US 72516934 A US72516934 A US 72516934A US 1981088 A US1981088 A US 1981088A
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Nov. 20, 1934. 8 5, J, BUCHMAN CHILDS LEGGING AND SKI PANTS Filed May 11, 1954 a k/yae/ cjfiari zlii attorney Patented Nov. 20, 1934 UNITED STATES PATENT, OFFICE The present invention relates to improvements in childs leggings and ski pants, although the same idea may be used in other types of garments for ladies and children, one objectof the invention being the provision of a legging or ski pants of the drop-seat type provided with adjustable means for holding the seat closed and the garment properly and comfortably upon the wearer.

Another object of the invention is the provision of a legging or ski pants, in which the pattern for constructing the same contains and provides for a novel gusset or vent in the front sothat the garment over the abdomen of the child will automatically adjust itself and will not cause any undue pressure at that point.

Still another object of this invention is the provision of a childs legging or ski pants which is readily and quickly donned, which will permit the easy adjustment of the waistline, and which will at all times present a neat appearance when worn.

In the accompanying drawing:-

Figure 1 is a plan view of the pattern for the complete legging.

Figure 2 is a perspective view of the leggings taken from the front.

Figure 3 is a rear plan view thereof.

Figure 4 is a section on line 44 of Figure 3.

Figure 5 is a fragmentary perspective view of the upper edge of the garment with parts in dotted lines, showing one means of adjustably connecting the belt terminals.

Referring to the drawing, the numeral 5 designates the front of the garment, composed of two pieces 6 and '7, and 8 designates the rear of the garment, composed of two pieces 9 and 10, respectively.

The rear is provided with the side openings 11 and 12, which provide the drop-seat 13.

Attached to the upper edge 14 of the dropseat, is a waist-band 15, terminating at its opposite ends in the respective reduced terminals :or straps 16 and 17, while attached to the upper edge of the front member is a short section or front waist band 18, having attached thereto, :the two external loops or straps 19, one to each piece 6-7, that is one upon each side of the center line of the garment, so that when the straps 5016 and 17 are passed therethrough and overlap therebetween, means is provided for drawing the drop-seat closed and maintaining the waist of the legging snugly and comfortably about the wearer. In order that the straps 16 and 1'7 may be adjustably attached together in such desiredadjustment, many types of fastenings may be employed, such as buckles, patent fasteners and the like, but in this instance is shown a male member 20 connected to the outer face of the strap 16, with the intermediate latch receiving 69 abutments 21 and the entering member 22, while the strap 17 is provided with the female member 23, here composed of two plates 24 and 25, carrying respectively the spaced guide for the members 22 and 21-, and the pivoted latch 26, to engage one abutment 21 at a time to hold the straps in adjusted position upon the wearer.

In order that proper automatic adjustment may be obtained and any undue stress upon the abdomen just at and below the waist line may be taken care of, there is provided two pleats or vents 2'7 and 28. These are formed at the juncture of the rear and front members adjacent the waistline, and by the respective projections 29 and 30 with their faces adjacent the edges being stitched together.

It will be noted that the two pieces 6 and '7 when sewn together provide a portion of each leg covering and the crotch of the garment with the two projections 29 well in the front of top of the garment, while the two pieces 9 and 10, when sewn together form all of the rear of the garment and at both sides a portion of the front of the garment, as well as a portion of the leg coverings and the remainder of the crotch. The projections 30 thereof are substantially the same size as the projections 29 and when laid upon matching pairs and sewn adjacent their right angled, portions as shown in Fig. 4, provide two pleats at the upper front portions of the garment and substantially on a line with the longitudinal center fold or crease line of each leg member, or where the remaining edges of the front and rear sections are sewn together. See Fig. 2.

From the foregoing description taken in conjunction with the drawing, it is evident that although this garment has been described as a childs legging or ski pants and has been especially designed for such use, the same can be used for ladies riding breeches, or in fact any garment that does not carry a body covering, this being particularly desirable in a drop-seat breeches or seat and leg covering garment.

What is claimed, is:

1. A garment composed of four pieces of fabric, said pieces being divided into pairs and stitched together to form a front and a rear member, the latter having a drop-seat formed in the upper edge thereof, the juncture at the waist-line of the front member and where it joins the rear member rot at the top being provided with two pleats directly in line with the seams of the two members, one upon each side of the front center of the garment.

2. A garment or ski pants as claimed in claim 1, wherein the waist line of the rear member has a belt like waistband stitched to the upper edge thereof to provide two free encircling terminals, means carried by the front piece adjacent the waist-line for guiding the respective terminals, and separable connector devices carried by the terminals for adjustably connecting the same in Waist encircling position.

3. A garment or ski pants as claimed in claim-l, wherein a belt having a relatively wide central portion and two reduced terminals has the relative wide portion stitched to the upper edge of the drop-seat to form a portion of the waistband of the garment, and is provided with separable connector devices upon the terminals to adjustably fasten the terminals to the front piece with the drop-seat closed.

4.- A garment composed of four pieces of fabric, said pieces being divided into two pairs, one of which pair when sewn together providing a rear section and portions at the sides of the front of the garment, the other pair forming the remaining portion of the front of the garment, the pair forming the rear section having a drop-seat portion, the abutting edges of respective two pairs where thesame are joined together by stitchings being each provided with a-narrow right-angled projection, which when mated and sewn together provide two pleats at the front of the garment at the top of the two seams joining the rear and front sections, a waist band attached to the upper :e'dg'e ojf the drop-seat and having two oppositely extending reduced waist encircling terminals,

-;means for adjustably connecting the terminals in waist encircling and drop-seat closed position,

and guides for the terminals carried by the garment at the front. adjacent the pleats.

.SAMUEL J. BUCHMAN.

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US2923009A (en) * 1957-08-05 1960-02-02 Cookman Helen Trousers for a handicapped person
GB2400300A (en) * 2002-11-29 2004-10-13 Fiona Mary Cameron Oliver Trousers

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2923009A (en) * 1957-08-05 1960-02-02 Cookman Helen Trousers for a handicapped person
GB2400300A (en) * 2002-11-29 2004-10-13 Fiona Mary Cameron Oliver Trousers

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