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US958977A
US958977A US51965209A US1909519652A US958977A US 958977 A US958977 A US 958977A US 51965209 A US51965209 A US 51965209A US 1909519652 A US1909519652 A US 1909519652A US 958977 A US958977 A US 958977A
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  • My invention relates to improvements in coats, particularly to such coats as are commonly known as overcoats, and especially to that class of overcoats which are worn by riders in automobiles.
  • My present invention is to obviate this difliculty.
  • the object of my invention is to provide a coatwith an extended collar.
  • a collar which can be folded up in one way, so that the garment can be worn as an ordinary walking coat; can be folded up in another way, so that it will effectually cover and protect the neck and throat of the wearer; and can be unfolded and extended, so that it will not only cover and protect the throat, but also the ears and face of the wearer.
  • the object of the invention is also to provide the skirt of the coat with plaits so formed and arranged that when the wearer is seated, the said skirt may be extended over the lower limbs in such a way as to cover and effectually protect them.
  • Figure 1 is a front View of the coat, arranged to be. used as an ordinary walking coat
  • Fig. 2 illustrates the-same coat with the collar folded up and secured around the neck
  • Fig. 3 illustrates the same coat with the collar extended and fastened up around the ears and face of the wearer.
  • This coat may be made of fur, or any con- Venient and available textile or waterproof fabric, and except as hereinafter described, it may be an overcoat of the common and well-known form.
  • A designates the body of the coat, B, t e collar, and C, the skirt thereof.
  • the collar B which is of approximately rectangular shape consists of two parts Z), and b as illustrated.
  • the part b is folded under the part b, and both drawn down on the shou1- ders, so as to allow of the opening of the lapels 2'.
  • the throat and neck require protection, the part b is folded under the part I), then the lapels are closed, and the collar drawn up close around the neck and throat and under the chin, where it may be detachably fastened by means of buttons or any other similar appliances, or by lacing. It will then be found that the neck.
  • the parts of the collar 1) and b are unfolded and extended to their full width.
  • the collar is then drawn up around the head and face of the wearer. In this position it may be detachably fastened with buttons or lacing with any other similar appliances, and further secured in position by the strap If extending over the top of the head and detachably fastened to the upper edge of the collar.
  • An opening may be provided with a screcn of wire gauze or perforated sheet metal if it be found desirable. Other openings also protected by a gauze, are provided at b just opposite the ears.
  • openings opposite the eyes to allow unobstructable vision. These last openings may be provided with transparent flexible screens if it be found desirable. The cap of the wearer is placed on over this. It will then be found that in the coldest and most inclement weather, the wearer can travel without any annoying inconvenience, and that on account of the ventilation allowed by the openings and 6 his respiration will not be sensibly retarded.
  • the collar occupy either the second or third position above described, it may be easily unfastened and shifted into either of the other positions above set forth, or from the first position above detailed, it may be easily shifted to, and fastened in either of the other positions.
  • the front parts of the skirt may be so laterally extended that they will effectually cover and protect the lower limbs of the wearer keeping them both warm and dry, and preventing them from coming into contact-With any current of cold or damp air, while the wearer is seated in the automobile.
  • the front of the coat is provided on either side, with slanting pockets 6, e, for the accommodation of the wearers hands, in other respects this coat may be made after any common and well known pattern.
  • This coat is to be worn by automobile riders in cold and inclement weather. Other than as hereinbefore described this coat is to be used in the common and well known way.

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P. SHOTLAND.
GOAT.
APPLICATION IILED SEPT. 25, 1909.
Patented May 24, 1910.
PAUL SHOTLAND, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
COAT.
Specification of Letters Patent. Patented May 24, 1910.
Application filed September 25, 1909. Serial No. 519,652.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that 1, PAUL SHOTLAND, a citizen of the United States, residing at New York, in the county of New York and State of New York, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Coats, of which the following is a specification.
My invention relates to improvements in coats, particularly to such coats as are commonly known as overcoats, and especially to that class of overcoats which are worn by riders in automobiles.
It has been found that those persons who ride in automobiles in stormy or cold weather suffer great inconvenience unless they can cover up their faces, throats and lower limbs. This covering has generally heretofore been effected by-the use of separate wraps and similar appliances, which was always cumbersome and inconvenient.
My present invention is to obviate this difliculty.
The object of my invention is to provide a coatwith an extended collar. A collar which can be folded up in one way, so that the garment can be worn as an ordinary walking coat; can be folded up in another way, so that it will effectually cover and protect the neck and throat of the wearer; and can be unfolded and extended, so that it will not only cover and protect the throat, but also the ears and face of the wearer.
The object of the invention is also to provide the skirt of the coat with plaits so formed and arranged that when the wearer is seated, the said skirt may be extended over the lower limbs in such a way as to cover and effectually protect them.
In the accompanying drawings, which are hereby made a part of this specification; Figure 1, is a front View of the coat, arranged to be. used as an ordinary walking coat; Fig. 2, illustrates the-same coat with the collar folded up and secured around the neck; Fig. 3, illustrates the same coat with the collar extended and fastened up around the ears and face of the wearer.
This coat may be made of fur, or any con- Venient and available textile or waterproof fabric, and except as hereinafter described, it may be an overcoat of the common and well-known form.
In the drawin s, A, designates the body of the coat, B, t e collar, and C, the skirt thereof. The collar B, which is of approximately rectangular shape consists of two parts Z), and b as illustrated. When the garment is worn as a walking coat as shown in Fig. 1, the part b is folded under the part b, and both drawn down on the shou1- ders, so as to allow of the opening of the lapels 2'. When the throat and neck require protection, the part b is folded under the part I), then the lapels are closed, and the collar drawn up close around the neck and throat and under the chin, where it may be detachably fastened by means of buttons or any other similar appliances, or by lacing. It will then be found that the neck. and throat are very comfortable and eliiciently protected from the cold and inclement weather. When it is required to protect the ears and face, the parts of the collar 1) and b are unfolded and extended to their full width. The collar is then drawn up around the head and face of the wearer. In this position it may be detachably fastened with buttons or lacing with any other similar appliances, and further secured in position by the strap If extending over the top of the head and detachably fastened to the upper edge of the collar. An opening may be provided with a screcn of wire gauze or perforated sheet metal if it be found desirable. Other openings also protected by a gauze, are provided at b just opposite the ears. At 6 and b are other openings, opposite the eyes to allow unobstructable vision. These last openings may be provided with transparent flexible screens if it be found desirable. The cap of the wearer is placed on over this. It will then be found that in the coldest and most inclement weather, the wearer can travel without any annoying inconvenience, and that on account of the ventilation allowed by the openings and 6 his respiration will not be sensibly retarded.
It is obvious that if the collar occupy either the second or third position above described, it may be easily unfastened and shifted into either of the other positions above set forth, or from the first position above detailed, it may be easily shifted to, and fastened in either of the other positions.
In the skirt C, of the coat is formed, on each side, an inverted box plait, c, which is wider at the bottom and tapers at the top.
At 0, nearly opposite the hips of the wearer the edges of each plait are attached together by a loop of stitching, so that when the wearer stands up, the skirt of the coat will hang down gracefully, as illustrated in Fig. 1, but when the wearer is seated, on
account of the said plait, the front parts of the skirt may be so laterally extended that they will effectually cover and protect the lower limbs of the wearer keeping them both warm and dry, and preventing them from coming into contact-With any current of cold or damp air, while the wearer is seated in the automobile. y
The front of the coat is provided on either side, with slanting pockets 6, e, for the accommodation of the wearers hands, in other respects this coat may be made after any common and well known pattern.
This coat is to be worn by automobile riders in cold and inclement weather. Other than as hereinbefore described this coat is to be used in the common and well known way.
Having now described and ascertained what my invention is, and how the same is made and used, what I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent is The combination with a coat, of a collar attached thereto and comprisin two parts constructed and arranged to fo d one part upon the other, havin ventilating openings in the folds of said co lar; and having sight openings also in said folds, perforated screens in said ventilated openings, flexible transparent screens in said sight openings, and said collar constructed and arranged to afford facility for, at one time, laying the same down upon the shoulders of the wearer, and at another time detachably-fastening the same around the neck of the wearer, and at another time detachably fastening the same around the face and ears of the wearer, so that one of the ventilation openings will be opposite the mouth, and one-of the sight openings opposite each of the eyes of the wearer.
PAUL SHOTLAND.
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US2606323A (en) * 1950-03-15 1952-08-12 Alfred O Gilpin Sleeve construction
US8726416B2 (en) * 2012-10-22 2014-05-20 Conrad Roblejo Lab coat article and method
US9763482B2 (en) 2011-12-21 2017-09-19 Under Armour, Inc. Neck gaiter

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2606323A (en) * 1950-03-15 1952-08-12 Alfred O Gilpin Sleeve construction
US9763482B2 (en) 2011-12-21 2017-09-19 Under Armour, Inc. Neck gaiter
US8726416B2 (en) * 2012-10-22 2014-05-20 Conrad Roblejo Lab coat article and method

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