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US2523416A
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Sept. 26, 1950 B 2,523,416

CHILDS GARMENT WITH TROUSERS Filed Aug. 24, 1946 5 Sheets-Sheet l [Nu 5 701? Jan/v BREN P 26, 1950 J. BRENNAN 2,523,416

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CHILD'S GARMEN'E WITH TROUSERS Filed Aug. 24, 1946 5 SheetsSheet 4 I N VENTOT? Jan/v BRENN/IN I, gala 5% J. BRENNAN CHILD'S GARMENT WITH TROUSERS Sept. 26, 1950 5 Sheets-Sheet 5 Filed Aug. 24, 1946 IN raw 70 F! JQHIVBFENNHN WW z Patented Sept. 26, 1950 CHILDS GARMENT WITH TROUSERS Joan Brennan, St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Munsingwear, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., a corporation of Delaware Application August 24, 1946, Serial No. 692.823

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This invention relates to a garment, and while the invention might have other applications, it particularly is designed to be applied to a garment for infants and young children. For the small child it is desirable to have a garment that can be kept dry when the child wets itself, and that can be conveniently manipulated with a minimum of fastenings to allow a diaper change without removing the legs and waist portions of the garment. This garment is most desirable for the untrained, creeping infant who requires knee and leg protection. It is also practical for'use of an older baby in cold or chilly weather.

It is an object of this invention to provide a garment having a waist portion which extends above the waist and has arm and neck openings therein, said garment having trousers secured at each side of and to the lower end of said waist portion, said trousers having openings at their upper ends, preferably at the front and rear, together with a second portion extending down-' wardly from the front of said waist portion and being adapted to be passed rearwardly between said trousers and the legs of the wearer and to be then folded or extended upwardly and secured to said waist portion.

It is also an object of the invention to provide such a garment as set forth in the preceding paragraph, together with a layer of waterproof material detachably secured to the inner side of and substantially covering the inner side of said second portion.

It is still another object of the invention to provide a childs garment having a waist portion which extends above the waist at the front and rear thereof and has neck and sleeve openings therein, a second portion extending downwardly at the front of said waist portion, trousers secured at each side of said waist portion at the lower end thereof and having openings at their upper ends and inner sides, said second portion having considerable length and a substantially horizontal free end, the same preferably flaring toward said free end and having fastening means adjacent the corners of said free end, said waist portion having fastening means at its front, said second portion being constructed and arranged to be passed rearwardly between said trousers and the legs of the wearer and then folded or extended upwardly and about the waist of the wearer to have said fastening means adjacent its corners secured to said fastening means at the front of said waist portion. a

It is another object of the invention to provide Such a garment as set forth in the preceding paragraph, together with a flap depending from the top and inner side of the front of said second portion to which a diaper or other underclothes of the child may be secured.

. It is more specifically an object of the invention to provide a childs garment comprising a waist portion which may extend some distance below the waistline, said portion extending upwardly and having neck and sleeve openings therein and preferably being open vertically at its back, fastening means for closing the opening at the back thereof, said garment having trousers extending downwardly at either side of said waist portion, the same having openings at their upper ends at the inner sides thereof, said trousers preferably extending across said waist portion at the rear thereof but only partially across said Waist portion at the front thereof, together with a second portion extending downwardly at the front .of said garment having a width at its upper end preferably substantially the same as the width of said waist portion and then decreasing in width and again flaring toward its lower and substantially horizonta1 free end, .said second portion being made in one piece or in several connected pieces and being adapted to be passed rearwardly between said trousers and the legs of the wearer and then folded upwardly and to have its corner portions extended around ,to the front of and secured to said Waist portion.

These and other objects and advantages of the invention will be fully set forth in the following description made in connection with the accomthe I wearer holding a portion in elevated position;

Fig.6 is a view in rear elevation of Fig. 5;

Fig. 7 is a plan view of a diaper;

Fig. 8 is a plan view of said diaper partly folded; I

Fig. 9 is a plan view in further folded position;

Fig. 10 is a plan view of said diaper in further folded position;

mc-nt shown in Figs. 13 and 14, in wearing position;

Fig. 16 is a view in rear elevation'ofsaidgarment in wearing position, a portion being broken away; 4

Fig. 17 is aview in front elevation of a further modification, a portion of the garment being shown in depending position;

Fig. 18 is a view in rear elevation of thejgar ment shown in Fig. 17, said depending portion being held in. raised position by the wearer;

Fig. 19 is a view in rear elevation of the garment, as shown in Fig. 17 and Fig. 20 is a View of the garment shown in Figs. 1 to 4, in wearing position the showing of the trousers being omitted. In'Figs. 1'3, 14, 17, 18 and 1 9 the garment is shown on the wearer.

Referring to the drawings, a garment is shown comprising a waist portion I9. Portion I 9 extends about the waist of the wearer and upwardly therefrom and is. provided with a neck opening IBa. A separate strip of material ifib is shown as, extending about the neck opening and this material is preferably k'nitted"and somewhat elasticor stretchable. Waist portion It] also has sleeve openings Iilc therein and the garment may comprisesleeve portions of various lengths. In the embodiment of the invention illustrated, short sleeve portions or bands lilov are provided,

shown as, made, from separate material which r also may be knitted and somewhat stretchable orelastici Trousers II} are secured to the lower end ofwaist, portion Ill and extend downwardly therefrom, said trousers having openings II 'ati their, upper ends, wliich openings are shown at the innerjsides of said trousers andv as extending.

for, sdme'distance. lengthwise thereof. The edges of openings Ila are shownas curving outwardly so that, thesame are'decidedly concave inform. Preferably the trousers I,I at the rear of the garment. extend, across the width of the waist portiion Ifl while, at the front said trousers extend only partway acrosssaid waist portion, as shown in Fig. 1. A secondportion I2 extends from the lower end of waist portion Ill at the front thereof, the same depending and preferably flaring toward its lower end, which end-is preferably substantially horizontal; At its upper end, portion I2 is shown as having substantially the same width as waist portion 50. w I lLcould bevariously constructed, in the embodiment of the invention illustrated it is shownas open at its rear centrally from neck opening Ida to its lower end andprovided with any suitable fastening means for closing the same, such as the buttons I3 and buttonholesj a formedin a 'closing strip IA, Waist portion I0 at its front is provided-with one or .more fastening means Illa tion'l'fl adjacent its lower edge. "Portion lliihas. fiigr iies m n 52s a en sv freeco ne s adapted, to cooperate with fastening means Illc and which are shown as buttonholes. Preferably,

While waist portion a tape or belt I212 extends across the lower or free end of member I2 and all or a portion of this, such as the central portion I20, is preferably formed of elastic or stretchable material. Portion I2 is somewhat gathered adjacent portion I20, as shown in Fig. 2. Spaced fastening means I5 are disposed adjacent each end of portion I2 and while these might take various forms, in the embodiment of the invention illustrated they are shown as short tabs having buttonholes therein.

.A-layer of waterproof material I6 is provided which can be made of any suitable flexible waterproof material, such as rubber or oiled fabric, the

same, having a shape-similar to member I2 and having spacedfastening means I1 adjacent its corners, Which are. shown as buttons adapted to be, embraced by the buttonholes in tabsl 5. Sheet I8 can thus be easily attached to or detached from portion I5. A strip or flap I8 extends across member I2 at the inner side thereof and depends from its upper end or the lower end of member I0, the same being of comparatively narrow. width. Belt or. strip I 21), also has one or more. fastening means I 2d between fastening means I26; and while these could take various forms, a

small tab secured at the edge of strip IZbis shownhaving .aibuttonhole therein. This will cooperate with one of the buttons Iii. y In operation. the garment will be placed on the The diaper 2B. is of the usual rectangular, and

approximately squareshape, as shown in Fig. 7... The sides 28a are folded over, as shown in Fig. 8,: andthe'e'nd 2135 is then folded over portions 20a along the line 200. Ifhe lower nd and pointed portion. 28d is now folded upwardly, as shown "in In this position the diaperlis readyto beplaced. on the child and the lower portion we;

is passed through the crotch and then folded upwardly, as shownin. Fig. 11 and. the corner portionszilf, are then folded around th body andsecured bysome suitable means such as safety pinsZl The diaper 2i] inthefoldedcondition showninFig. 11, will. now be. placed on the child. The portion Zlle will be at the front and the corner portions 211 will be folded, as stated, around t6 the front, as illustrated in Fig. 12, and as shown injFig. 5. Ifhe safety pins 2I-wil1 be used to fasten the corner portions 253 to portion 296 and these, pins ,will also be. passed through the flap I Thediaper. i thusnow well su'pDQrted by hesarment. It, Willbe noted that the diaper will be placedaround the upper, part of trousers I I, This isdoneiso thatw'hen it is,necessary to changethe diaper, the trousers I ,I and the garment will not have tobe removed, By having theiipper ends. of trousers, l l recessed, as shown,

at the openingstherein, they are not inposition to be soiled or wetted by any, soiling or wetting of the, diaper. Withthe. diaper inv position, as shown in Fig. 5, portion I2 is now lowered and passed rearwardly between. the legsand trousers shown. The corner portions of member I2 are then passedaround to-.the front of th garment of movement is had for the childs legs.

child. Preferably the edges of the corner portions 12a of the portion [2 are made elastic or stretchable. This causes said portions to fit very nicely. In practice an elastic cord is inserted along said edges, which edges are somewhat gathered. The garment is warm and the parts are so constructed and arranged that great freedolrln T e garment also has a very pleasing appearance. The elastic portion I20 ives a nice comfortable fit about the waist and insures that there will be no objectionabl binding or tightness about the waist. This elastic portion also enables the garment to suit children of different buildsor those having different waist measurements. Should the child wet itself or have a natural passage, the portion 12 which covers the main portion of the diaper 28 is protected from being soiled or wetted by the sheet of waterproof material it; When it is desired to change the diaper, portion 12 is loosened at button l3 and button [e and can then be lifted out of the way, as shown in Fig. 5, and either held by the child or its attendant, draped at one side or buttoned to the highest button l3 at the rear. The diaper can now be changed without removing the trousers and the rest of the garment. If necessary, sheet Hi can be wiped oif or cleaned, and if necessary or desired, another sheet 16 can be quickly substituted. After the diaper is replaced, portion I2 is again positioned, as above described, and the child is once more ready for play or its other activities.

In Figs. 13 to 16 a modified form of the garment is shown in which the waist portion 30 above the waistline of the wearer is'substantially the same as that shown in Figs. 1 to 4. The portions 30a, 30b, 38c and 3lJe are similar in structure to the corresponding parts Illa, lllb, I00 and We, shown in Figs. 1 to 4. The portion 30 however extends below the waistline of the wearer to form a portion 30f. While the portion 30 could be variously made and provided with openings at different places, in the embodiment of the invention illustrated it is shown as open at the back and provided at one side of the opening with buttons 3| adapted to be engaged in the buttonholes 381g formed in a closing strip 30h. Trouser portions 32 are provided which extend downwardly from portion 30 and said trouser portions have openings therein at their inner sides and adjacent their tops having the concave edges 32a at the rear. Said trouser portions at their front sides are cut away somewhat at their upper ends at the front to give the side edges 301' shown in dotted lines in Fig. 13. The upper portions of the trousers at the front are substantially as shown in Fig. l. A front portion 33 extends downward from portion 30f, being shown as continuous therewith, and portion 33 has its side edges converging to a considerable extent immediately below portion 30 and then diverging to the lower end of portion 33. Portion 33 has a lower free edge 33a. which is substantially straight is provided, which depends from the inner. side of portion 30 substantially at the waistline. The portion 33 has secured thereto at each side thereof and a short distance from its lower edge, short strips or tabs 35 which will be secured in any suitable manner as by stitching, and, thes are provided with buttonholes 35a. A strip 36 is secured substantially centrally to the inner side .of the lower edge portion 33a and will besecured thereto in any suitable manner, as by stitching 36a. Strip 36 extends upwardly and is provided with a buttonhole 361). Part 33 is also provided at its inner side with strips or tabs 31, one of which is located substantially centrally of portion 33 adjacent its upper end, and the others of which are respectively located at the sides of Efit 33 adjacent its upper end. Strips 31 are provided with buttonholes 31a. adjacent their lower ends. A piece 38 of waterproof fabric, such as rubberized fabric is provided and this has secured thereto adjacent its lower corners and substantially centrally of its lower end, buttons 39 which are received in the buttonholes 35a and 36b. The shape of piece 38 is substantially the same as the portion of part 33 which it covers and said piece thus flares at its upper and lower ends and the sides thereof converge at its central portion just as do the sides of part 33. Piec 38 at its upper end is provided with buttons 40, one of which is disposed substantially centrally thereof adjacent its upper edge and the others of which are disposed at the sides or upper corners of piece 38. Buttons 48 are received in the buttonholes 31a. Piece 38 is thus held on the part 33 and covers the major portion thereof.

In operation th diaper as above described will first be placed upon the child and this will be secured as already described to the flap 34 preferably by safetypins, as shown in Fig. 5. The upper part 30 of the garment will then be placed on the child and of course this could be done before or after the diaper is placed imposition. The legs of the child will previously be inserted through the trousers 32. With the garment now in'this position the same will appear as shown in Figs. 13 and 14. The band 330 will extend around the rear of the wearer belowthe waist,- as shown in Fig. 14. The portion 33 is now passed rearwardly between the legs of the wearer and thus between trousers 32 and it is then folded upwardly so that the elastic about edge 33a ex tends around the waist of the wearer and this is carried around to the front and the buttonholes 3301 engaged on button 386. The garment is now in wearing position and appears as is shown in Figs. 15 and 16. The elastic strip 330 causes the upper portion of part 33 to fit nicely and smoothly and the elastic or resilient edge portions of part 33 cause the same to fit nicely about the legs of the wearer and to give a smooth and good-looking fit over the hip portions ofthe wearer. The elasticity of the band about the free edge 33a causes this to fit snugly about the waist of the wearer so that no fastening means is necessary to support it in the rear. The legs of the child are thus well covered and the diaper is covered by th sheet or piece 38. Should the child wet itself, the part 33 will be unbuttoned from button 30c and it will then depend, as shown in Figs. 13 and 14. This can be held up by the child, as shown in Figs. 5 and-6, or it can be draped to one side in any convenient manner. The diaper can now be changed and a new diaper substituted. The sheet 38 prevents any part 91.

arcane the garment'from'being' wetted "from the diaper and this sheet =38'can-be' wiped off or if "necessary a new sheet can be veryquickly substituted by 'unbuttoning the fastening-s; engaging the buttons, thereon. When the diaper is changed the part 33 is again passed-between the legs-and th'e garment brought to the condition 'shown'in Figs. and 1'6. The garment is thus always protected'from being-wetted or soiled and it is unnecessary to remove the garment to change the diaper. ,A's above'described, the change can be easily andv quickly made. I In Figs. 1'7 to 19 a-still further modification ofthe garment is shown.- The portion 39 is the same as portion 36 shownin.Figs-.-131 to 16 and has. theportion 351 at the front extending some distance below the waistlin'e..-- The flap 34 is also shown. A part 42 is provided which will be of substantially the same form or shape as portion 33. Portion 42 has elastic around its side edges andllower free edge and. the elastic 42c around the side edges extends around the. rear to form a band 42c identical with the band 330. Instead of being made of one piece, as shown for portion 33 in Fig. 13, portion 42 is made of several pieces illustrated as four in number, and these are connected by the central frontseam 42a and the short seams 421) at the narrow portion of part 42. The lower edge portion 42d of part 42 is 1 provided adjacent its ends With buttonholes-4 2j adapted to engage button c as in the modification shown in Figs. 13 to 16. A sheet 44, of waterproof fabric such as rubberized fabric, is provided and this isidentical with sheet 38 already described and this is provided at its upper and lower portions with buttons 45 located respectively at its corners and the central partof its upper and lower edges, which buttons are engaged by buttonholes in strips. or tabs 46 and 41 which will be identical with the strips 35, 36 and 31 described in connection with Figs. 13 to 16.

Theoperation of the garment shown in Figs. 17 to 20 is the same as that already described for the garment shown in Figs. 13 to 16. The garment in wearing position appears from the front as shown in Fig. 20. By having the separate pieces connected by seams 42a and 421) the garment can be cut to perfectly fit the form of the wearer and it will not have the folds or creases which may appear inthe other modifications.

From the above description it will be seen that I have provided a very efiicient garment and one that can be kept clean and dry. The garment is ver'y'convenie'nt in operation and of easy manipulation and, as stated, the diaper can be easily and quickly changed without removing the garment from the child. The trousers give warmth in cool weather and; they can also. be used in warm Weather where it is desired to keep the childs legs clean and free from scratches and other abrasions. The garment is quite pleasing in appearance. As above described, it can be pro- .duced' in stock size or it can be made to fit the individual wearer. The garment has been amply demonstrated in actual practice and found to be very successful and efficient. 7

It will of course be understood that various changes may be made in the form, details, ar-

rangement and proportions of the parts, without departing from the scope of applicants invention, which generally stated, consists in a garment capable of carrying out the objects above set forth, in theparts and combinations of parts disclosed and defined in theappende'd'clai'ms.

-What is claimed is;

' the garment from one side to the other thereof and permanently connected to said upper'portion,

.said second portion being adapted to depend freely at the front of said garment and having side edges which diverge to a substantially horizontal bottom edge disposed substantially at the ankles of the wearer, said bottom edge having a width substantially twice the width of said second portion at the waist-line, said second portion being adapted to be passed rearwardl through the legs of the wearer, then upwardly and said lower edge then passed forwardly around the waist of the wearer and have its ends secured at the front of said garment whereby the corner areas of Said second portion are disposed at the front of said garment and said second portion extends through the crotch in folded condition, and a pair of trousers having central'upper portionsthereof cut away at front and rear, said trousers having their upper ends secured by seams to the lower end of said first mentioned portion and disposed said trousers along substantially the same line as the upper endof said second portion.

4. The structure set forth in claim 1, and a tab of short length extending across said garment from side to side thereof at the front disposed between said second portion and said trousers, said second portion, trousers and tab being all secured along one line at the bottom of said first mentioned portion.

5. The structure set forth in claim 1, said first mentioned portion having a fastening means at its bottom substantially centrally at the front thereof, and said lower edge having cooperating fastening means at its ends adapted to' engage said fi rst mentioned fastening means.

6. The structure set forth in claim 1, said second portion having a band along said lower edge a portion of Which is elastic and the sid portions of said second portion adjacent said bottom edge being elastic.

7. The structure set forth in claim 1, said first mentioned portion having a fastening means adjacent its bottom centrally thereof at the'rearand said lower edge having a cooperating fastening means, substantially at, the center thereof.

8. A garment having an upper body portion extending above the .waist and having arm and neck openings, said portionextending around the body and to a line some distance'below the waist and having a second portion having its upper end extending across the front of-the garment from one being adapted to depend freely at the front of said garment and having side edges which diverge to a substantiall horizontal bottom edge disposed substantially at the angles of the wearer, said bottom edge having a width substantially twice the'width of said second portion at thewaisteline,

said secondpo'rtion being adapted to be passed rearwardly through the legs of the wearer, then upwardly and said lower edge then passed forwardly around the waist of the wearer and have its ends secured at the front of said garment whereby the corner areas of said second portion are disposed at the front of said garment and said second portion extends through the crotch in folded condition, and a pair of trousers having central upper portions thereof cut away at front and rear, said trousers haVing their upper ends secured by seams to the lower end of said first mentioned portion and disposed under said second portion.

9. A garment having an upper body portion extending above the waist and having arm and neck openings, said portion extending around the body and to a line some distance below the waist at both the front and rear of said garment, an elastic band extending about the rear of the body adjacent the lower edge of said portion and from side to side of said garment, said garment having a second portion having its upper end extending across the front of the garment from one side to the other and formed integrally with the front side of said first mentioned portion, said second portion being adapted to depend freely at the front of said garment and having side edges which extend from each side of the garment downwardly to the bottom of said second portion, said edges being concave and reversely curved respectively, said bottom having a substantially horizontal edge and disposed substantially at the anklesof the wearer, said bottom edge having a width much greater than the width of said second portion at its upper end and said second portion being adapted to be passed rearwardly through the legs of the wearer, then upwardly and said lower edge then passed forwardly around the waist of the wearer, the garment having a fastening means at its front central portion substantially at the waist-line, and said second portion having cooperating fastening means at its lower corners adapted to be connected to said first mentioned fastening means whereby the lower corner areas of said second portion are disposed at the front of said garment, and a pair of trousers having central portions cut away at the front and rear thereof 10 and adjacent the top thereof and adjacent the buttocks respectively the upper edges of said trousers being secured by a seam to said garment substantially at the waist-line and beneath said second portion.

10. The structure set forth in claim 9, said band extending along the side edges of said second portion to the bottom thereof.

11. The structure set forth in claim 9, said band extending in continuous formation along the side edges of said second portion to the lower corners thereof, and an elastic band extending along the bottom edge of said second portion.

12. The structure set forth in claim 1, said second portion being formed of four pieces joined by a vertical central seam and also joined by a substantially horizontal seam positioned between the legs whereby the garment has a smooth secure fit and is anchored down on the legs and coverage of the open crotch is secured when the legs of the wearer are spread.

13. The structure set forth in claim 9, the said cut away portion at the front being of general V-shape and extending to the top of said trousers and the said cut away portion at the rear extending around the buttocks and spaced a short distance from the top of said trousers.

JOAN BRENNAN.

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