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US979702A
US979702A US1910578588A US979702A US 979702 A US979702 A US 979702A US 1910578588 A US1910578588 A US 1910578588A US 979702 A US979702 A US 979702A
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M. RSENWASSER.

LEGGNG.

APPLIGATION FILED AUG. 2s. 1910.

9?@25 i'ateltef Dec. 27, 1910.

' SATES Arum oFFicE.

MORRIS ItOSZE1\TWASSIE1'\`- OF NEW YORK, N. Y.

LEGGING'.

Specification of Letters Patent.

lTo all whom it may concern.'

Be it known that I, MORRIS RosnNwAssER, residing at New York, in the county and State of New York, have invented certain new andl useful Improvements in Leggings, of which the following is a specification.

This invention relates to improvements in leggings, and one of the objects thereof is to produce a legging of improved construction as to the fastening devices employed, whereby the application of the same to the leg is facilitated, a neater t and appearance made possible, and at the same time ultimate fastening made at a single point.

Another object is to provide in a legging a single fastening member running from end to end of the legging, but which acts to keep the edges of the legging in overlapped relation and without buckling' or bulging.

A further object is to provide a fastening means of the character' described which is substantially invisible when the legging is in lace. v

nother object is to furnish a legging with means whereby it may be positively held in proper relation to the foot when in place.

Other objects and aims of the invention,

and the advantages inherent, will be in part obvious 'and in part specifically referred to in the course. of the following description. The invention consists of the elements, combinations and arrangements of parts, all as willv be hereinafter fully set forth, and the scope of protection contemplated will be indicated in the appended claim;

In the accompanying drawings, which are to be taken as a part of this specification, and in which I have illustrated merely preferred forms of embodiment of the invention; Figure 1 is au elevation of a legging embodying my invention, showing the flaps in closed relation; Ifig. 2 is a similar view taken on the line i-.4f of Fig. l; and Fig. 3 is a broken sectional detail illustrating the means for securing the legging' to the shoe.

' Referring to the numerals on the drawing, and particularly to Fig. l, a legging of any preferred material is indicated at'l, adapted to be placed about the leg, and having preferably overlapping portions 3 and 4, Whose edges are stillened as y means of metal strips indicated at 5, suitably covered and held inv position bythe material of the flaps. As shown in Fig. 1, a lace or the like 6 is secured to the inner iap adjacent its lower end. The lace may be passed from the outside of the Hap throu h an eye 7 eX'- tending through the tlap an the stiifening Patented Dec. 27, 1910.

member 5, and knotted on the inside of the 6o flap; or it may be positively secured in any preferred manner. Another eye 8, is provided in the outer tlap adjacent the lower end thereof which also passes through the flap and its stitfcning m which the lace passes to the 1 side of said flap. From eye 8 the lace is 'passed upwardly on the inside of the outer flap to an eye 12, through which it emerges tothe outside of the outer flap. across the edge of the outer flap and en` ber, through 65 Thence the lace passes gages an eye 13 upon the outside of the\inner Hap. The free end of the lace may then, be secured in any suitable manner, `as indicated in the drawing.

It will be evident that with the arrangement described a neat ft of the legging is assured, the lower ends of the flaps may be always heldin substanially closed relation,

ready for the insertion of the footgvthe engagement of the lace with the eyes and with the metallic stiifening members prevents any buckling or bulging of the flaps intermediate their ends when the lace is drawn taut and secured; the flaps are drawn together uniformly throughout their length by a pull upon the free end of the lace; and the lace is concealed between the edges of the iiaps.

Referring now to Fig. 3, 14 indicates,.

the upper rear partof a shoe, which carries the stud 15 of an ordinary-snap glove-fas tener, the cooperating member 16 bein car-A ried upon the inner surface of the glower rear portion of a legging'. Members 15 and 16 are locked together' when the legging is 95 in position, thereby holding it in proper relation to the foot, without any danger of creeping up, and without the use ofa stirrup."

It is believed that the use of the legging is sutliciently clear from the detailed description of parts set out above, and further eX-` planation thereof is accordingly omitted.

It will be understood that materials, sizes, and relativities of parts are unimportant, except as called for in the claim.

Having thus described my invention,what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:

A legging having overlapping flaps, me-

tallic stittening members suitably covered and secured at the edges of said flaps, an

eye extending through the outer flap and

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US4542597A (en) * 1984-03-05 1985-09-24 Baptista Raymond J Snow shield foot and leg insulator

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US4542597A (en) * 1984-03-05 1985-09-24 Baptista Raymond J Snow shield foot and leg insulator

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