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- June 21, 1938., W. H. KUH 2,121,503 GLOVE LINING Filed April 7,_ 1937 2 Sheets-SheetV l jJune 21, 1938. `wl-LKQH ' „ ' >2,121,502. GLOVE LINING lFiled April 7, 1957 ‘ .112W )32' " v2 sheets-‘sheet 2 Millan/Maß f 2,121,503 Patented June 21, 1938 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,121,503 GLOVE LINING William H. Kuh, Marinette, Wis., assigner to . Eisendrath Glove Company, Chicago, Ill., a corporation of Illinois Application April 7, 1937, Serial No. 135,568 2 Claims. The invention relates to gloves and has as an object the provision of a glove having the warmth characteristics of avfur-lined glove but eliminating objectionable features thereof. It is a further object of the invention to pro vide a glove that will offer all the advantages of a fur-lined glove but is economical to produce and superior in use to a fur-lined glove. Further objects of the invention will appear 10 from the following description when read in con nection with the accompanying drawings show ing an illustrative embodiment of the invention, and wherein'.--- \ Figure 1 is an elevation from the palm side; ~ Figs. 2 and 3 are transverse sections on lines 2-2 and 3--3 respectively of Figure 1; Fig. 4 is an elevation of the lining for the' back; Fig. 5 is a plan view of a thumb blank for a 20 lining; Fig. 6 is an elevation of the palm lining with the thumb- lining and the wrist lining omitted; Fig. 'l is a perspective view of a wrist lining blank; 25 Fig. 8 is an elevation of the palm side of the complete lining; and Fig. 9 is an elevation of the palm side of the glove blank. As shown the device comprises a glove blank 30 or outer portion I0 and a lining made up of a back portion II of fur and a front portion I2 of absorbent fabric. The lining of the glove is completed by means of a thumb blank I3 and a wrist lining I4, the thumb portion being prefer 35 ably formed of the same material as that of portion I2, and the Wrist lining of the same ma terial as portion II. 4 In the making up of the lining the thumb lin _ing is closed and sewn into the opening I3' in the usual manner and the members II and I2 are sewn together along the index finger side 24 throughout. The little ñnger side is then sewn as shown at I5, Figure 8, to a point I6 ap proximately at the juncture of the ñnger blank 5 with the palm blank. The parts II and I2 are also united by stitching around the tips of the fingers, as indicated at I'I, I8, I9, 20, leaving the side edges of the finger blanks of the palm and back disconnected with the exception of the _in dex ñnger edge. The wrist lining I4 which is desirably of fur is then attached by stitching 2I after which the assembled lining is drawn into the glove blank II] and secured thereto by the binding and hemming at 22, 23. 5 A fur-lined glove is objectionable to many persons because the fur and pelt are relatively non-absorbent and the hands as a whole are often kept too warm, causing the palms to per spire. This perspiration is not absorbed, caus- l0 ing discomfort to the wearer. In the glove of the present invention the palm portion of the lining is made of absorbent material, which incidental ly is fabric and longer wearing than is the usual fur of a fur-lined glove. The glove therefore 15 actually wears longer and is more comfortable -although cheaper to produce. The fur which is objectionable from the non-absorbent stand point is not necessary for warmth in the palm side of the lining. ‘ 20 Further, the glove of the present invention is less bulky when objects are grasped by the hand encased therein as the absorbent fabric of the lining is less bulky than is fur. This fact makes the glove very fine for use as a driving glove, 25 giving ample protection to the back of the hand and yet allowing a ñrm grasp of the steering wheel. Minor changes may be made in the physical embodiment of the invention within the scope 30 of the appended claims without departing from the spirit thereof. ' I claim: 1. A glove lining comprising, in combination: a fur back lining portion with the hair side in- 35 ward; an absorbent fabric palm lining portion; rows of stitching joining only the registering edges of said lining portions at the index finger edge, about the finger tip edges and through the 40 little finger edge of the palm and back portion. 2. A lined glove comprising, in combination; an outer glove body; a lining enclosed in said body and secured thereto only at the Wrist; said lining comprising a back of fur with the hair turned inwardly and a palmar side of fabric; 45 the inter-digital edges of said back and palm lining being disconnected. W'lLLIAMI-LKUH.