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July 5, 1938. J. ovlAT'r _ 2,123,060 TROUSERS Filed Nov. 10. 1936 ‘ 15' J5 _ INVENTOR. James Ovioff BY ' ‘ W, TTORNEY 2,123,060 Patented July 5, 1938 ‘ ‘ UNITED STATES PATENT ()FFICE ’ 2,123,080 rnousnas‘ James Ovlatt. Los Angeles, Calif. Application November 10, 1936, Serial No. 110,122 ‘ _ 4Claims. (Cl. z-zs'n My invention relates to trousers, and ‘similar and the‘ darts of each pair are spaced‘ one from forms of wearing apparel, and it has for a purpose the other and may extend across the upper edge v the provision of a pair of trousers which are of the rear pockets 20. As shown in Fig. ‘Leach characterized by a waist construction and belt dart is formed by cutting the cloth on arcuate 5 that permits the trousers to be properly supported lines reversely disposed to provide a gap having on the wearer without the necessity of tighten ‘ its greatest‘width adjacent its upper end. Thus, ing the belt to the extent of tightly embracingthe when the edges of the cloth are drawn together abdomen or stomach of the wearer and creating and secured by stitching, the cloth on a line 2|‘ ‘discomfort when sitting or standing particularly 2| at right‘ angles to the center of the dart, is l0 when the wearer is possessed of a stomach of‘ taken up more than at the ends of the dart. This 10 generous proportions. The trousers whileisnugly line 2I--2l de?nes the circumferential line of ?tting the wearer across the small of the back maximum constriction of the waist portion of the and over the hips, can, by adjustment of the belt, trousers which, as previously described, is below the upper edge thereof and above the hip line be drawn tightly over the hips to effectively sup 15 ‘ ' port the trousers on the wearer and yet provide of the wearer. Not only do these darts constrict the cloth as such fullness at the front as to eliminate all discomfort to the wearer across the stomach described, but due to their arrangement at the back of the trousers, they reduce the width of either when sitting or standing. the cloth at the back so that it snugly conforms Fig. 1 is a fragmentary view showing in per spective one form of trousers embodying my in: to‘ the small of the back of the wearer, and, hence, 20 vention,‘ as viewed from the front right side there can be no horizontal give‘ of the cloth at this point. This is an importint advantage as thereof. Fig. '2 is a fragmentary perspective view of the will later become manifest. My invention also includes a two part belt pref trousers as viewed from the rear. Fig. 3 is a view showing the trousers in side erably made of the same cloth as the trousers. 25 One part 22 may be short and the other part 23 elevation and in position on a wearer. Fig. 4 is a transverse sectional view taken on long. The short part may carry aconventional the line 4-4 of Fig. 3 and on a slightly reduced buckle 26, while the long part is provided with holes 25 in which the spur of the buckle is adapt scale. ed to extend to secure the required adjustment 30 30 7 Fig. 5 illustrates a part of the cloth from which the trousers are made containing one pair of the belt as a whole. By making one belt part of darts and showing how the cloth is cut to long and the other short the buckle is disposed at one side of the trousers (Fig. 3) rather than form darts. , In carrying out my invention, I provide a pair in the front. This is for the purpose of eliminat ing the bulge formed in a vest by disposing the 35 ' of trousers which are conventional in construc tion insofar" as the leg portions IS, the seat I6, buckle at the front of the trousers. As best shown in Fig. 2, the attached ends and the fly I‘! is concerned. The waist portion of the belt parts 22 and 23 are extended through l8 of the trousers which I consider that part en compassing the stomach, back and hips of the the rearmost darts l9 along the circumferential 40 ‘wearer, is characterized by being of unusual line of constriction, and then permanently se 40 height on the. wearer in that it extends around cured by stitching as at 21. From these points the waist well above the hip line, as best shown the belt parts are extended forwardly around the in Fig. 3. Further, the waist portion is shaped hip portions of the waist through a. series of so as to be constricted circumferentially on a line loops 28 secured to the trousers at points below the upper edge thereof. 45 45 or band below the upper edge thereof and above When the belt is properly adjusted to the waist the hip line of the wearer. In this manner the trousers are caused to snugly fit the wearer above of the wearer, the two parts exert a pull from the hip line and yet they are loose at the upper the two points of attachment at the back for edge to give slight fullness at the front of the wardly over the hips of the wearer. In this man ner the waist portion is caused to more snugly 50 waist portion. To constrict the waist portion of the trousers embrace the wearer’s body directly above the in the'manner described the cloth may be formed hips thereby securely holding the trousers on the with darts l9 which extend from the upper edge ' hips to effectively support the trousers from the downwardly. In the present instance, these darts hips. This function is rendered possible by 55 are arranged in pairs at the back of the trousers, reason of the fact that the trousers snugly lit 65 8,128,060 the back of the wearer, and, hence, cannot give across the-back under the pull exerted by the belt parts. . Under the forward pulling action of the belt parts there is produced at the front of the waist portion a fullness of material which, although embraced by the belt, remains sumciently loose around the, stomach to prevent any discomfort to the wearer. Especially is this true where the 10 wearer is possessed of a large stomach and he assumes a sitting posture, because the looseness oi the w'a'ist allows for the resultant expansion oi’ the stomach. Although I have herein shown and described only one form 01' trousers embodying my inven tion, it is to be understood that various changes and modi?cations may be made herein without departing from the spirit ‘of my invention and the ‘spirit and scope of the appended claims. 20 I claim: , l. A pair of trousers having a waist portion adapted to‘extend ‘above the waist line of the wearer and darts in the waist portion extending downwardly from the upper edge 01' the trousers 25 to points in proximity of the hip line with the widest portions of the darts substantially at the waist line and below the top edge to constrict the latter circumierentially on a line below the low the upper‘edge thereof and above the hip line of the wearer whereby the trousers may hang and be supported from the hips of the ' wearer. 3. A pair 01' trousers having a waist portion adapted to extend above the waist line of the wearer; darts in the waist portion extending . downwardly from the upper edge of the trousers to points in proximity of the hip line with the widest portions of the darts substantially at the 10 waist line» and below the top edge to constrict the latter circumlcrentially on a line below the upper edge of the trousers and above the hip line of the wearer whereby the trousers may hang and be supported from the hips or the wearer; a two 15 part belt having its parts at one end secured to I the waist portion at the widest portions of the darts; and a buckle connecting the other ends of the belt parts adjustably to further constrict the waist portion on said line of constriction. 20 4. A pair of trousers having a waist portion adapted to extend above the waist line or the wearer; ovate darts arranged in circumferentially spaced pairs in the back of the waist portion ex tending downwardly from the upper edge of the trousers to points in proximity of the hip line with the widest portions of the ovate darts sub stantially at the waist line and below the top edge upper edge of the trousers and above the hip line to cause the back of the trousers to snugly ?t 30 oi.’ the wearer whereby the trousers may hang _ the back of the wearer and to constrict the waist and be supported from the hips of the wearer. 2. A pair of trousers having a waist portion adapted to extend above the waist line of the wearer and ovate darts arranged in circumfer 35 entially spaced pairs in the back of the trousers portion circumferentially on a line below the upper edge thereof and above the hip line of the wearer whereby the trousers may hang and be supported from the hips of the wearer; a two part belt having its parts at one end secured to ‘ extending downwardly from the upper edge of the waist portion at the widest portions of those 35 the waist portion to points in proximity of the ovate darts of the two pairs which confront each hip line with the widest portions of the ovate other; a buckle connecting the other ends of the darts substantially at the waist line and below the belt parts adjustably to further constrict the 40 top edge to cause the back of the trousers t0_ waist portion on said line 01' constriction. 40 ‘snugly ?t the back of the wearer and to constrict the waist portiIn circumterentially on a line be JAMES OVIA'I'I'.