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March 15, 1938. 2,110,951 SAMUEL FRAIS, KNOWN As SAM FRAIS PAD FOR THE SHOULDERS OF WEARING APPAREL Filed April 9. 1936 I. I Patented Mar. 15, 1938 2,110,951 ' I UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,110,951 PAD FOR THE SHOULDERS OF WEARING APPAREL Samuel Frais, known as Sam Frais, London, England - Application April 9, 1936, Serial No. 73,532 In Great Britain December 24, 1935 1 Claim. This invention relates to pads for padding the shoulders of wearing apparel more especially for ' (CL 2-268) provide a rebate,‘ groove, recess, lip or rabbet at the appropriate places at the thickest edge of'the pad, such rebates, grooves or recesses being ?lled provement in or modi?cation of the invention in or provided with felt, wadding or other suit 5 for which I have obtained a Patent No.,_2,068,644 , able material of softer texture than the body 5 dated January 26, 1937, comprising a shoulder of the pad through which the stitching can be pad shaped to the shape of the shoulder or sur effected without any clinging of the needle in the use in connection with men’s wear and is an im rounding part to which it is to be applied and made of spongy rubber or synthetic spongy rub 10 her with, if desired, appropriate covering mate sewing operation. The new pad is shown in the acompanying drawing in which: 10 Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a shoulder pad rial and a layer of felt or the like. The present improvements have for their ob ject to render the sewing of the pad into position and Fig. 2 is a modi?cation. Fig. 3 shows a cen more easy and wherein the pad will, retain its tral cross section of Fig. 1. 15 shape and thickness after subsequent pressing ‘of the garment ?tted therewith. For good tailoring it is desirable to have a soft and supple pad which will also give a straight line from the neck across the shoulder to the 20 sleeve head so that the shoulder pad‘runs smooth ly into the shoulder seam to reduce the tendency to form a bump at this point. When sewing known pads in position their original thickness is altered by the sewing operation which causes 25 this unevenness and when the necessary pressing of the garment at the shoulders takes place re sults in making the pad more or less hard, bumpy and objectionable. . ‘ After many experiments I have found a pad 30 which is made of spongy rubber or synthetic spongy rubber which will avoid these objections, can be produced beforehand of the exact shape and thickness required for the ?nished garment, will not have this shape altered during the sub 35 sequent pressing operations, will remain soft and pliable, can be easily sewn in position without any clinging of the needle and requires no more time for the piece worker or other operative to use, which again is an important factor for consider constructed according to the present invention ' From this drawing, it will be understood that 15 in Fig. 1, A represents a pad formed of spongy or synthetic rubber; and in the thickest edge of said pad, which is to be sewn, is formed a recessed or rebated part B in which is transversely ‘lo~ cated a padding or ?lling of soft material while 20 in Fig. 2,_ such rebated parts are arranged at intervals. By these means an indeformable shoulder pad is provided which will de?nitely retain its shape and can be easily stitched in place, keeps the 25 shoulder line straight, eliminates a tendency to form a bump at the shoulder and avoids any clinging of the needle in sewing. I claim:— In a pad of a character dimensioned to be 30 permanently incorporated in the shoulder of a coat and there subjected to heat, moisture and pressure incidental to steam pressing, a body of sponge rubber presenting a relatively thick cres cent shape in the middle portion of the pad and 35 tapering from the middle to- a relatively thin Y edge, a plurality of spaced transversely disposed recesses in the thickest edge of the pad and in serted fabric-like members in said recesses. 40 ation. For this purpose, according to the invention, I 40 SAMUEL FRAIS, KNOWN AS SAM FRAIS.