US20160165959A1 - Female underwear having a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of fabric - Google Patents

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US20160165959A1 US14569635 US201414569635A US2016165959A1 US 20160165959 A1 US20160165959 A1 US 20160165959A1 US 14569635 US14569635 US 14569635 US 201414569635 A US201414569635 A US 201414569635A US 2016165959 A1 US2016165959 A1 US 2016165959A1
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    • A41B9/004Undergarments characterized by the crotch
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D7/00Bathing gowns; Swim-suits, drawers, or trunks; Beach suits
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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Disclosed is a female underwear having a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of fabric. In one aspect, a female underwear includes a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area of the female underwear encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer. A spacer fabric may have three layers of monofilament yarns standing between an upper fabric and/or a backing fabric. The spacer fabric may have an air-spaced interior core to provide breathability to the crotch panel of the female wearer. The spacer fabric may include a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn in a middle layer to provide for ventilation and/or to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer. The middle layer may be created from a polyester material.

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    FIELD OF THE TECHNOLOGY
  • This disclosure relates generally to women's undergarments or lingerie and more particularly to underwear with a crotch panel having a spacer material.
  • BACKGROUND
  • A female underwear (e.g., a panty, a bikini bottom) may be designed to be worn by wearer (e.g., a female) and to cover a lower half of a female torso. The female underwear may be form-fitting but may also be loose. Components of the female underwear may include an elastic waistband, a crotch panel to cover a genital area, and a pair of leg openings that, like the waistband, may be elastic. The crotch area may need to be separately lined with a cotton material and/or an external pad to provide for moisture absorption. However, this may create an unsightly ‘bulge’ around a vagina covered by the female underwear.
  • Moreover, even when the cotton material and/or an external pad is not applied, an outline of a female labia majora may be seen through a tight fitting female underwear. Due to a combination of anatomical factors and the tightness of the fabric covering it, the crotch and mons pubis may take on a resemblance to the forefoot of a camel. This may create embarrassment and may be uncomfortable for a wearer of the female underwear.
  • SUMMARY
  • Disclosed is a female underwear having a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of fabric.
  • In one aspect, a female underwear includes a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area of the female underwear encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer.
  • A spacer fabric may have three layers of monofilament yarns standing between an upper fabric and/or a backing fabric. The spacer fabric may be woven together on a knitting machine without requiring any gluing. The spacer fabric may have an air-spaced interior core to provide breathability to the crotch panel of the female wearer. The spacer fabric may include a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn in a middle layer to provide for ventilation and/or to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer. The middle layer may be created from a polyester material.
  • The spacer fabric may simulate a stretchability, a compressibility and/or a resiliency of a conventional foam material while providing enhanced air and/or moisture permeability. A spacer material may protect creases of a vagina of the female wearer. The spacer material may mask an outline of the vagina when viewed externally from the female underwear to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and/or to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel. The spacer material may be permanently woven into the female underwear. The female underwear having the spacer material may eliminate a need of a disposable pad. The female underwear is a panty and/or a bikini bottom.
  • In another aspect, a female underwear includes a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area of the female underwear encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer. A spacer fabric has three layers of monofilament yarns standing between an upper fabric and/or a backing fabric.
  • In yet another aspect, a female underwear includes a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area of the female underwear encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer. A spacer material to mask an outline of a vagina of the female wearer when viewed by another to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and/or to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel. The spacer material is permanently woven into the female underwear. The female underwear having the spacer material to eliminate a need of a disposable pad.
  • The methods and systems disclosed herein may be implemented in any means for achieving various aspects. Other features will be apparent from the accompanying drawings and from the detailed description that follows.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE FIGURES
  • Example embodiments are illustrated by way of example and not limitation in the figures of the accompanying drawings, in which like references indicate similar elements and in which:
  • FIG. 1 is a female underwear showing different types of underwear having a crotch panel, according to one embodiment.
  • FIG. 2 is the crotch panel view of the female underwear of FIG. 1, according to one embodiment.
  • FIG. 3 is a spacer fabric material view of the spacer fabric of FIG. 2, according to one embodiment.
  • FIG. 4 is an interior view of the crotch panel of FIG. 2, according to one embodiment.
  • FIG. 5 is a wearer view illustrating a female wearing the female underwear of FIG. 1, according to one embodiment.
  • Other features of the present embodiments will be apparent from the accompanying drawings and from the detailed description that follows.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION
  • Disclosed is a female underwear having a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of fabric.
  • In one embodiment, a female underwear 150 includes a crotch panel 202 having a spacer material 204 woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area 206 of the female underwear 150 encapsulates the spacer material 204 woven in the crotch panel 202 to encompass a waist 502 of a female wearer 504.
  • A spacer fabric 208 may have three layers of monofilament yarns 302 standing between an upper fabric 304 and/or a backing fabric 306. The spacer fabric 208 may be woven together on a knitting machine without requiring any gluing. The spacer fabric 208 may have an air-spaced interior core 308 to provide breathability to the crotch panel 202 of the female wearer 504. The spacer fabric 208 may include a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn 310 in a middle layer 312 to provide for ventilation and/or to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer 504. The middle layer 312 may be created from a polyester material.
  • The spacer fabric 208 may simulate a stretchability, a compressibility and/or a resiliency of a conventional foam material while providing enhanced air and/or moisture permeability. A spacer material 204 may protect creases of a vagina of the female wearer 504. The spacer material 204 may mask an outline of the vagina when viewed externally from the female underwear 150 to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and/or to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel 202. The spacer material 204 may be permanently woven into the female underwear 150. The female underwear 150 having the spacer material 204 may eliminate a need of a disposable pad. The female underwear 150 is a panty and/or a bikini bottom.
  • In another embodiment, a female underwear 150 includes a crotch panel 202 having a spacer material 204 woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area 206 of the female underwear 150 encapsulates the spacer material 204 woven in the crotch panel 202 to encompass a waist 502 of a female wearer 504. A spacer fabric 208 has three layers of monofilament yarns 302 standing between an upper fabric 304 and/or a backing fabric 306.
  • In yet another embodiment, a female underwear 150 includes a crotch panel 202 having a spacer material 204 woven into opposite layers of a fabric. A surrounding area 206 of the female underwear 150 encapsulates the spacer material 204 woven in the crotch panel 202 to encompass a waist 502 of a female wearer 504. A spacer material 204 may mask an outline of a vagina of the female wearer 504 when viewed by another to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and/or to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel 202. The spacer material 204 is permanently woven into the female underwear 150. The female underwear 150 having the spacer material 204 to eliminate a need of a disposable pad.
  • FIG. 1 is a female underwear 150 showing different types of underwear having a crotch panel 202 of FIG. 2, according to one embodiment. Particularly, the female underwear 150 may be designed to be worn by the female wearer 504 (as shown in FIG. 5). The female underwear 150 may be form-fitting and/or loose. In one embodiment, the female underwear 150 may include an elastic waistband, a crotch panel 202 and/or a pair of leg openings. The female underwear 150 may be used to cover the entire lower half of the female torso.
  • In one embodiment, the female underwear 150 may be of different styles based on criteria such as the amount of rear coverage, width at the sides and height at which they are worn by the female wearer 504. There may be several types of female underwear 150 to choose from (e.g., briefs, hipsters, bikinis, tangas, thongs, g-string, etc.). A female wearer 504 (as shown in FIG. 5) may switch types according to their wardrobe choices and planned activities.
  • FIG. 2 is the crotch panel view 250 of the female underwear 150 of FIG. 1, according to one embodiment. Particularly, FIG. 2 builds on FIG. 1 and further adds a crotch panel 202, a spacer material 204, a surrounding area 206 and a spacer fabric 208, according to one embodiment.
  • The crotch panel 202 may be the part of the female underwear 150 which may be used to cover the genital area of the female wearer 504 (as shown in FIG. 5). The crotch panel 202 may include the area of the female underwear 150 where the legs join together, according to one embodiment. The spacer material 204 may be a thin and often tapered and/or wedged piece of fabric, used to fill small gaps and/or spaces between objects. The spacer material 204 may be typically used in order to support, adjust for better fit, and/or may provide a level surface to the female underwear 150. For example, the crotch panel 202 may have the spacer material 204 woven into opposite layers of a fabric. The spacer material 204 may also be used as spacers to fill gaps between parts subject to wear, according to one embodiment.
  • The surrounding area 206 may be an adjoining part of the female underwear 150 which may encapsulate the spacer material 204 woven in the crotch panel 202 to encompass a waist 502 of the female wearer 504 (as illustrated in FIG. 5), according to one embodiment. The spacer fabric 208 may be a specialized three-dimensional textile that may facilitate air flow, breathability and/or lightweight shape support to the female underwear 150, according to one embodiment.
  • In one embodiment, the crotch panel 202 having a spacer material 204 woven into opposite layers of fabric. A surrounding area 206 of the female underwear 150 may encapsulate the spacer material 204 woven in the crotch panel 202 to encompass a waist 502 of the female wearer 504 (as shown in FIG. 5). A spacer fabric 208 has three layers of monofilament yarns 302 (as shown in FIG. 3).
  • A spacer material 204 may protect creases of a vagina of the female wearer 504. The spacer material 204 may mask an outline of the vagina when viewed externally from the female underwear 150 to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and/or to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel 202. The spacer material 204 may be permanently woven into the female underwear 150. The female underwear 150 having the spacer material 204 may eliminate a need of a disposable pad. The female underwear 150 may be a panty and/or a bikini bottom, according to one embodiment.
  • FIG. 3 is a spacer fabric material view 350 of the spacer fabric 208 of FIG. 2, according to one embodiment. Particularly, FIG. 3 builds on FIG. 2 and further adds three layers of monofilament yarns 302, an upper fabric 304, a backing fabric 306, an air-spaced interior core 308, a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn 310 and a middle layer 312, according to one embodiment.
  • The three layers of monofilament yarns 302 may be the number of coverings of synthetic threads and/or yarns composed of a single strand rather than twisted fibers which may be used in the female underwear 150, according to one embodiment. The upper fabric 304 may be a material of the female underwear 150 made by weaving, knitting, and/or felting yarns placed above another, according to one embodiment. The backing fabric 306 may be an additional piece of material placed behind a material covering of the female underwear 150. The backing fabric 306 may be typically a sheer, loosely woven cotton and/or linen fabric used particularly in the female underwear 150, according to one embodiment.
  • The air-spaced interior core 308 may be a part of the female underwear 150 which may be used to provide breathability to the crotch area of the female wearer 504 (as shown in FIG. 5), according to one embodiment. The resiliently compressible monofilament yarn 310 may be durably condensable synthetic threads and/or yarns composed of a single strand rather than twisted fibers which may be used in the female underwear 150, according to one embodiment. The middle layer 312 may be an intermediate and/or an intervening covering of one of several materials in the female underwear 150 placed one on top of the other, according to one embodiment.
  • In one embodiment, the spacer fabric 208 (as shown in FIG. 2) has three layers of monofilament yarns 302 standing between an upper fabric 304 and a backing fabric 306. The spacer fabric 208 may have the air-spaced interior core 308 to provide breathability to the crotch panel 202 of the female wearer 504 (as shown in FIG. 5). The spacer fabric 208 may include the resiliently compressible monofilament yarn 310 in the middle layer 312 for ventilation and/or to move moisture away from the body of the female wearer 504. The middle layer 312 may be created from the polyester material.
  • FIG. 4 is an interior view 450 of the crotch panel 202 of FIG. 2, according to one embodiment. Particularly, FIG. 4 builds on FIG. 1 and FIG. 3.
  • In one embodiment, FIG. 4 shows the interior portion of the crotch panel 202 of the female underwear 150. The crotch panel 202 may have a spacer material 204 woven into opposite layers of the fabric. The crotch panel 202 may include the upper fabric 304, the backing fabric 306 and the middle layer 312 having the air-spaced interior core 308.
  • The spacer fabric 208 may be woven together on a knitting machine without requiring any gluing. The spacer fabric may stimulate a stretchability, a compressibility, and a resiliency of a conventional foam material while providing enhanced air and/or moisture permeability.
  • FIG. 5 is a wearer view 550 illustrating a female wearing the female underwear 150 of FIG. 1, according to one embodiment. Particularly, FIG. 5 builds on FIG. 1 and FIG. 2 and further adds a waist 502 and a female wearer 504, according to one embodiment.
  • The waist 502 may be a part of the female wearer's trunk between the bottom of the rib cage and/or the pelvis. The part of the female underwear 150 may cover the waist 502 of the female wearer 504, according to one embodiment. The female wearer 504 may be a female who may wear the female underwear 150 to cover the entire lower half of the female torso, according to one embodiment.
  • In one embodiment, FIG. 5 illustrates the female underwear 150 may offer just enough stretch for smooth fit and constant comfort to female wearer 504. A surrounding area 206 of the female underwear 150 may encapsulate the spacer material 204 woven in the crotch panel 202 to encompass a waist 502 of a female wearer 504. The spacer fabric 208 may have an air-spaced interior core 308 to provide breathability to the crotch panel 202 of the female wearer 504. The spacer fabric 208 may include a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn 310 in a middle layer 312 to provide for ventilation and/or to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer 504. A spacer material 204 may protect creases of a vagina of the female wearer 504.
  • An example embodiment will now be described. Erin may be a lifeguard who may need to wear tight bikini attire (e.g., skirts, trousers, etc.) for her work at the Oceanside Beach Resort in Miami Florida regularly. She may wear tight fitting underwear on regular basis as part of her working attire. She may need to work for 10 hours daily. She may not be comfortable enough and may feel embarrassed wearing underwear that enables the outline of her private areas (e.g., genital areas) to show through.
  • Thankfully, one day, Erin may have learned of the new features of the underwear having spacer material described in FIGS. 1-5. The various embodiments disclosed in FIGS. 1-5 may offer Erin masking for her private areas without sacrificing style. Further, the various embodiments of female underwear of FIGS. 1-5 may offer Erin enough stretch for smooth fit and constant comfort, without exposing outlines of areas of her private parts. The underwear types described in FIGS. 1-5 may be designed to accommodate a variety of functions, such as, providing necessary comfort, support and/or modesty for Erin. In addition to these functions, the underwear may also offer support in desired locations and be lightweight, breathable and aesthetically appealing. Spacer fabric as a component material used in the various embodiments of the FIGS. 1-5 may be highly breathable, thus creating a moisture free environment, which in turn may reduce the chances of skin infections. These features of the present embodiments of FIGS. 1-5 may lead to an increased level of comfort.
  • The various embodiments of the FIGS. 1-5 may also protect creases of vagina. The underwear having the spacer material may eliminate a need of a disposable pad which may provide an additional benefit to Erin. Erin may now feel comfortable while serving as a lifeguard.
  • A number of embodiments have been described. Nevertheless, it will be understood that various modifications may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the claims. Accordingly, other embodiments are within the scope of the following claims.
  • The structures and modules in the figures may be shown as distinct and communicating with only a few specific structures and not others. The structures may be merged with each other, may perform overlapping functions, and may communicate with other structures not shown to be connected in the figures. Accordingly, the specification and/or drawings may be regarded in an illustrative rather than a restrictive sense.

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  1. 1. A female underwear, comprising:
    a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric; and
    a surrounding area of the female underwear that encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer.
  2. 2. The female underwear of claim 1 wherein the a spacer fabric has three layers of monofilament yarns standing between an upper fabric and a backing fabric.
  3. 3. The female underwear of claim 2 wherein the spacer fabric is woven together on a knitting machine without requiring any gluing.
  4. 4. The female underwear of claim 3 wherein the spacer fabric has an air-spaced interior core to provide breathability to the crotch panel of the female wearer.
  5. 5. The female underwear of claim 4:
    wherein the spacer fabric includes a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn in a middle layer to provide for ventilation and to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer, and
    wherein the middle layer is created from a polyester material.
  6. 6. The female underwear of claim 5 wherein the spacer fabric to simulate a stretchability, a compressibility, and a resiliency of a conventional foam material while providing enhanced air and moisture permeability.
  7. 7. The female underwear of claim 6:
    wherein the a spacer material to protect creases of a vagina of the female wearer,
    wherein the spacer material to mask an outline of the vagina when viewed externally from the female underwear to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel,
    wherein the spacer material is permanently woven into the female underwear,
    wherein the female underwear having the spacer material to eliminate a need of a disposable pad, and
    wherein the female underwear is at least one of a panty and a bikini bottom.
  8. 8. A female underwear, comprising:
    a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric; and
    a surrounding area of the female underwear that encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer,
    wherein the a spacer fabric has three layers of monofilament yarns standing between an upper fabric and a backing fabric.
  9. 9. The female underwear of claim 8 wherein the spacer fabric is woven together on a knitting machine without requiring any gluing.
  10. 10. The female underwear of claim 9 wherein the spacer fabric has an air-spaced interior core to provide breathability to the crotch panel of the female wearer.
  11. 11. The female underwear of claim 10:
    wherein the spacer fabric includes a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn in a middle layer to provide for ventilation and to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer, and
    wherein the middle layer is created from a polyester material.
  12. 12. The female underwear of claim 11 wherein the spacer fabric to simulate a stretchability, a compressibility, and a resiliency of a conventional foam material while providing enhanced air and moisture permeability.
  13. 13. The female underwear of claim 12:
    wherein the a spacer material to protect creases of a vagina of the female wearer,
    wherein the spacer material to mask an outline of the vagina when viewed externally from the female underwear to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel,
    wherein the spacer material is permanently woven into the female underwear,
    wherein the female underwear having the spacer material to eliminate a need of a disposable pad, and
    wherein the female underwear is at least one of a panty and a bikini bottom.
  14. 14. A female underwear, comprising:
    a crotch panel having a spacer material woven into opposite layers of a fabric; and
    a surrounding area of the female underwear that encapsulates the spacer material woven in the crotch panel to encompass a waist of a female wearer,
    wherein the a spacer material to mask an outline of a vagina of the female wearer when viewed by another to prevent an appearance of a camel toe and to provide a symmetrical attractive look in the crotch panel,
    wherein the spacer material is permanently woven into the female underwear,
    wherein the female underwear having the spacer material to eliminate a need of a disposable pad
  15. 15. The female underwear of claim 14 wherein the a spacer fabric has three layers of monofilament yarns standing between an upper fabric and a backing fabric.
  16. 16. The female underwear of claim 15 wherein the spacer fabric is woven together on a knitting machine without requiring any gluing.
  17. 17. The female underwear of claim 16 wherein the spacer fabric has an air-spaced interior core to provide breathability to the crotch panel of the female wearer.
  18. 18. The female underwear of claim 17:
    wherein the spacer fabric includes a resiliently compressible monofilament yarn in a middle layer to provide for ventilation and to move moisture away from a body of the female wearer, and
    wherein the middle layer is created from a polyester material.
  19. 19. The female underwear of claim 18 wherein the spacer fabric to simulate a stretchability, a compressibility, and a resiliency of a conventional foam material while providing enhanced air and moisture permeability.
  20. 20. The female underwear of claim 19:
    wherein the spacer material to protect creases of the vagina, and wherein the female underwear is at least one of a panty and a bikini bottom.
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