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Sept. 20,.1938.
H. LEMOINE
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2,130,690
WEARING APPAREL
Filed June 16, 1934.
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Filed June 16, 1934
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Patented vSept. 20, _1938
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UNITED STATES. PATENT OFFICE‘
9 Claims.‘
The present invention relates to wearing ap
parel and has particular ‘application to slide
fastener constructions which may be applied in
combination garments, such as overalls or chil
In the usual types of garments or closures em
ploying slide fasteners, the amount of opening or
attachment which could be secured by the slide
fastener was necessarily limited. To secure com
plete closure it was necessary to employ a plurality
of slide fastenings or to combine such slide fasten
ers with other types of fasteners such as buttons,
snap fasteners and so forth.
Due to the difficulty that slide fasteners would
what limited.
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utilized to enable partial opening of the garment,
between. the jacket portion ‘and’ trouser portion.
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tom of the jacket to close the jacket. - Then it is ‘5
jacket and trousers, it is run down the ?y opening
_ to close the same.
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During usage the ?y may be opened by pulling
up on the slide fastener, or both the ?y may be
opened and the trousers detached from the jacket
by pulling the slide fastener over the ?y and then
aroundthe waist.
The opposing cooperating teeth of the slide
fastener are preferably provided with initial con
nection-means by which the two strips may be
An object of the present invention is to provide connected together to permit movement of the
an improved garment of simple and practical con _ slide thereupon to cause engagement of the teeth.
At the end of the strip at the front of the waist
struction in which the jacket and‘trouser sections‘
and at the end of the strip of the slide fastener
thereof are connected in such a manner as to
constitute ‘in effect a one-piece garment and‘ elements around the waist, a guide means is pref
wherein said sections may be readily and quickly erably provided for. enabling the slide fastener or
joined together and detached from one another sliding member ‘to be moved off one fastener ele
by the use of a simple fastening construction, ment and to be started on another fastener ele
which, if desired, also may be used for closing the ment. _
A snap fastening means is also preferably pro
'normal- front openings in both the jacket and
vided to lock the ends of (the slide fastening strips
Another object is to provide an overall garment, from which the sliding cam members have been
the jacket and trousers sections of which are pro- ‘ removed, such as at the bottom of the jacket and
vided with a separable fastener mechanism, or a the end of the connection 'of the jacket and
slide fastener construction, which will enable _ trousers sections.
The above and other objects will appear more
ready closing of the front of the jacket, of the ?y
of. the trousers, and ready connections between clearly from the following detailed description,
trousers.
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In the preferred construction, the slide fastener
slider is started at the top of the front closure of
the jacket and then is continued down to the bot
the trousers and is run around the waist. Then
after it'has completed the connection between the ,
25 fasteners and the slide fastener could only be
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‘at the front of the jacket.
also due to the fact that large portions of the gar
These di?iculties have‘ been particularly appar
ent in vcombination overall garments, where both
the opening in the front of the trousers and of the
shirt had to be closed by other means'than slide
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The fastener is preferably of the type ‘which
permits total separation between the jacket and
the blouse element and also complete separation
turned to the connection between the jacket and
ers, buttons, hooks and eyes or snap‘ fasteners, the
use of slide fasteners ingarments has been some
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trousers elements.
only permit limited opening of the garments, and
ments had to be closed by the old type of fasten
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jacket member, the fly opening of the trouser sec
tion and along the waistline of the jacket and
,5 dren’s garments.
is
to illustrate the application of the invention, and
in. this overall construction the slide fasteners
are connected along the front opening of the
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the trouser and jacket sections, preferably by the
manipulation of a single sliding fastener element,
which nevertheless will permit-ready opening of
the various portions of the garments during usage.
Another object is', to provide an improved slide
50 or fastener construction or mechanism which
lends itself to the utilization of a single sliding
fastener element to close the various sections of
wearing apparel or other closures.
In the preferred embodiment of the present
whentaken in connection with the accompanying
drawings, which illustrate a preferred embodi-_
ment of the inventive idea.
In the drawings:
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Figures 1 to 4 show one embodiment of the
present invention in which the slide fastener is 50
applied to the connectionv of the trousers and
jacket elements of an overallcombination, Fig. 1
being a front elevation of the garment showing ‘
the parts assembled, Fig. 2 being a similar view
55 invention an overall construction will be utilized , illustrating the parts detached from one another,
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Fig. 3 being an enlarged fragmentary elevation,
with the cover flaps of the separable connection
illustrated to show portions of the latter, and Fig.
to receive the other series of elements In on the
strip H and cause said series to be interengaged
as the slide is moved from the left-hand end of
4 being a vertical sectional view substantially > the fastener, as shown in Figure 2, to its fully
Cl upon the line 4—4 of Fig. 1.
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operated position at the right of Figure 3.
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Figures 5 to '7 show another embodiment of the
invention, to which the present application is
particularly directed, Fig. 5 being a front eleva
tional view of the combined garment showing the
10 parts assembled similar to Fig. 1, and Figs. 6 and
7 being enlarged detail views showing the slide
fastener construction.
The construction just described is set forth in
my prior‘ ?led abandoned application Serial No.
15 423,575, ?led January 27th, 1930.
Figures 1 to 4 of the present application cor
of a one-piece overall.
In order to completely detach the two sections
5 and 6, the slide |2 is moved in a reverse direc
tion from that above described until the series
respond to Figures 1 to 4 of saidv prior abandoned
of elements ||l carried by the strip II are entirely
application.
disconnected from the slide which latter still re
mains attached to the series of elements secured
In Figs. 5 to 7 is shown a different embodiment
20 in which the front of the jacket section, the ?y
of the trousers section, as well as the connection
between the jacket and trousers section are con
nected by a single sliding cam fastener which may
?rst be passed down over the front of the blouse
25 or jacket to close the same, then around the waist
to connect the garment sections and then down
the fly to close the trousers.
In Figs. 5 to '7 parts functioning similarly as
in Figs. 1 to 4 will be indicated by the same
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To attain the latter position, the slide moves
completely around the waist and in so doing the
elements In attached to the shirt section pass
through the slide and are thus interengaged with
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the elements In carried by the strip 9.
With the sections- of the garment thus con
nected, the same combine to form the equivalent
numerals primed.
In Figs. 5 and 6 the slide fasteners are not
only provided around the waist, as indicated by
the numerals 9’, IO’, II’ but they also are pro
vided as indicated at 20 and 2| along the front
35 of the jacket at 2|] and along the ?y of the
trousers at 2|.
The present garment is ‘primarily designed to
overcome certain difficulties and disadvantages
existent in known one-piece overalls, such as the
40 inability to remove or lower the trouser section
without ?rst unfastening the shirt section and
disengaging the arms from the sleeves thereof.
At the same time, the instant garment, by having
the sections separably connected and assembled
45 in the manner to later appear, has all of the in-'
herent advantages of a one-piece garment in ad
dition to the fact that either section may be
used by itself, if so desired.
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By reference to the accompanying drawings,
it will be seen that the garment comprises the
trouser and shirt sections 5 and 6, respectively,
which may be made of any suitable material and
formed with pockets in the usual manner, the
trouser section also having loops 1 about the
in Cl ' waistline for receiving a belt when said section is
used to the exclusion of section 6. The trouser
section, in addition to the usual button fasten
ings, may also have a snap fastener 8 at the
upper end of the ?y portion.
The upper edge of the section 5 has stitched
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or otherwise fastened thereto a strip 9, which in
the form shown, extends entirely about the waist
portion.
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The edge of said strip which pmjects above the
“ end of the trouser section carries the elements [0
of a separable fastener ‘mechanism of well-known
construction and said elements cooperate with
similar ones carried by a strip || attached to the
interior of the section 6 above the bottom edge
thereof to secure the latter to the section 5 when
the entire garment is being employed.
The separable fastener mechanism further in
cludes the slide I2 which is permanently con
*nected to one of the series of elements l0, those
75 carried by the strip 9, for instance, and is adapted
to the strip 9.
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The sections 5 and 6 are now completely de
tached one from the other.
In order that the elements ll] of the separable
fastener may be prevented from coming in con
tact with the body or undergarment of the wear 25
er, the section 6 has secured to the inner sur
face thereof a ?ap |3 which covers said elements.
This ?ap is preferably secured in place by the
same means which is utilized to attach the strip
H to the section 6 and from this point of at 30
tachment downwardly the remainder of the shirt
section constitutes an outer covering ?ap Ill ex
tending around the shirt and of su?icient width to
extend over the elements In and also cover the
snap fastener 8, thereby imparting to the un
dergarment a neat and attractive appearance.
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Preferably a single slider or cam member l2’
is provided for these fasteners l0’, 2|] and 2|, and
this slide fastener is started at 23 adjacent the
neck of the wearer to close the jacket, as indi
cated by the arrow 25.
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It is then continued around the waist, as indi
cated by the arrows 25 and 26. After having
completed connection along the waist between
the jacket 6’ and the trousers 5’ it is continued 45
down to close the ?y as indicated by the arrow
21.
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The reverse operation of ?rst opening the ?y is
indicated by the dotted arrow 28. When it is
desired to detach the jacket from the trousers,
the slider I2’ is then moved from the'top of the
fastener 2| around the waist, as indicated by the
arrows 28 and 29.
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Finally, when it is desired to open the jacket
the slider is pulled up along the front of the 55
jacket, as indicated by the arrow 30.
The jacket shown in Fig. 5 is provided with
detachable connections at 23, 32 and 33 enabling
initiation of the cam slider along the slide fas
teners I0’, 20 and 2|, respectively.
These connections to enable initiation of the
sliding cam member are shown in detail in Fig. 6
at the points 32 and 33, 32 showing the connec
tion after it has been made and 33 showing the
connection in the process of being made.
In Fig, 6, after the slider I2’ is pulled off the
waist slide fastener Ill’, it passes around the hol
low guiding member 34 and then onto the beaded
edge 35.
The slide fastener 2| is provided with the op
posite cooperating teeth 36 and 31.
It will be noted that the channel of the slider
I2’ indicated by the dimension arrows 38 in Fig.
6 is of su?icient magnitude to enable the slider
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I2’ to pass over and be guided by the quarter
opening the locked slide-off end of the hookless
circular guide member 34.
fastener 26.
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When the slider member is in the position in
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At the point designated 50 in Fig. '6, the fas
dicated at 33, the nose 39 projecting from the ' tening device consists of a swinging latch mem
ber 6i whichis pivotally connected at 59 to a
end of the row of the teeth 36 of the slide fas
tener 2| may ‘be-inserted into the other side of tongue 60 at the end of the bead 6| of the strip
the slide I2’ indicated'at 40 until the flat oblique II'- of the slide fastener around the waist of the
end 4| of the nose contacts with the end of the garment. ‘ The ?attened end 62 of the guide 34
is provided with a pin 63, which is received in the
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10' Connected to the inside of the nose 4| is the recess 64 of the hook member 58. A spring
member,
not
shown,
is
associated
with
the
pivot
hook 42 which will then be ready to pass into the
opening 43 in ‘the end of the quarter-circular 59 to throw down the hook 58 to engage the
guide 34 upon further movement of the slider pin ,63 immediately the slider I2’ has passed
I2’ to interlock the teeth 36 and 31 when the thereover. ,
Upon return of the slider I2’ before the slider 15
15 slider is',pulled down to close the slide fastener
moves or can be moved from the guide circular
2| along the fly of the trousers 5'.
The initial connection, after being formed, is 34 onto the fastener strap II)’ it is necessary to
best shown at 32 and similarly functioning parts throw the latch 58 out so that it will pass through
areindicated by the same numerals at 32. At the ‘upper channel 65 in Fig. 6 of the slider. 20
Then the slider maybe ?tted upon the row of
'20 32, the initial end of the slide fastener is securely teeth
III’ and moved around’ the waist, as indi
locked by the hook 42 engaging the end'of the
cated
by
the arrows 29 and 29 in Fig. 5.
-_ guide 34, after the slider has passed thereover, »
It will be noted that the guide straps are ?at
_ following the engagement as indicated at 33. A
similar device as shown at 32 and 33 may be used tened, as indicated at‘62 since the slider I2’ must
be taken off and placed on the slide fastener 2|]
25. at 23 in Fig. 5.
To lock the slide-off ends of the slide fasteners and III’ with its axis coinciding with ihe axis of
when the slider cam has passed therefrom, these the fastener. For this reason the width of the
ends being indicated at 44 and 45 in Fig. 5, it is guide 34 must decrease to approximately the
' desirable both to provide fullness in the garment dimension indicated at 66 on Fig. 6. It will be
noted that the guide at its normal width has 30
30 as indicated at 46, 41 and 48 in Fig. 5 to prevent
as far as possible stresses being applied to the about the same width as the length of the teeth
I0’, 36, 31, 5| and 53.
slide-off ends of the hookless fasteners. In addi
In operation, ‘it is readily apparent that the
tion, locking means are preferably provided, as
wearer
of the garment may open either the slide
indicated at 49 and 50,.in Fig. 6.
fastener 2| or both the slide fasteners 2| and I0’ 35
35 ‘The locking means 49 of Fig. 6 is shown in during the normal working day. Thepfastener
larger scale in Fig. '1, and it is automatically
opened and closed by the movement of the slider 2| may be opened without affecting the fasteners
I0’ and 20, and the slide fasteners 2| and I0’
cam member I2’. The locking device 50 is auto
matically closed, but must be opened to detach may be opened without affecting the fastener 2|].
In this manner a most convenient utilization may 4,0
'40 the jacket 6’ from the'trousers 5' and to enablev be made of the garment throughout working
the slide fastener- to ,be placed upon the row III’
guide.
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in itsmovement 28-~29.‘
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Referring to Figs. 6 and‘7, the end tooth 5|
of the slide fastener row 2Il~at the front of the
jacket is provided with a double projection 52
instead of the single projection of the remaining
teeth. Engaging with the tooth 52 are two close
’ ly spaced'opposite teeth 53 on the opposite tape 7
which are provided with inwardly facing recesses
50 54. It will be noted that the lower faces of these
teeth 53 abut, as indicated at 55, and that they
are connected to the bead 56 of the tape 51 .of
the slide fastener 26.
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vWhen the slider I2’ passes from the fastener
55 20 ontov the guide 34 preparatory to passing onto
the strip III’, the projections 52 of the tooth 5|.
‘will be forced into the recesses 54 on the teeth
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53, straining the bead 56 on the end of the tape
51 so that the tooth 5| will be, held by the teeth
53 with considerable force and resiliency, which
._ may be controlled to overcome any normal ten
sioning which might occur at the bottom of the'
jacket.
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If desired, instead of relying only upon the re
65 siliency of the teeth 56 of the tape '51, resilient
spring means of either flat or coil construction
' ‘ may be included in the construction of Fig. 7
so as to assure a- ?rmer grip of the tooth 5| be7
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tween the teeth 53.
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70 - The slider I2’, in passing back‘. from the fas
tener III’ to the fastener 26 will exert a tensioning
force su?icient to separate the teeth 5| and 53,
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which will be much greater than any tension
normally occurring during wear or usage so that
no ‘particular difficulty will be experienced in
It is obvious that the jacket 6' and the trousers
5' are interchangeable, are each singly replace
able and different jackets may be used with dif
ferent trousers, or different trousers with differ
ent jackets.
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In assuming the garment, the jacket carrying _
the slider I2’ is ?rst assumed. The slide fastener
29 may be connected together, as indicated at 50
32 and 33 in' Fig. 6, and the slider cam I2’ may
then be run down to close the fastener 20.
As the slider I2’ passes from the strip 26 it will
lock the teeth 5| and53 together, as “indicated in
Figs. 6 and 7.
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. Then the__ slider. may. be conveniently run
around the guide 34 and thehook 42 may be en
gaged in the end of the guide 34, as indicated at
'32 in Fig. 6.
The slider I2’is then conveniently run around 60
‘the waist to connect together the jacket 6' and
the trousers 5" and as it passes beyond the slide
fastener II)’ the hook 58 will snap down to engage
the pin 63 and; lock the‘ exit ‘end of the slide
fastener
I0’.
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Then the rows ofteeth 36 and 31 may be en
gaged for operation of the slider l2’, as indicated
at 33 in Fig. 6, and the slider cam I2’ ‘may be run
down to the position indicated in Fig. 5.
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It will be noted that the combination garment 70
construction of the present invention enables the
wearer thereof to assemble-and detach the sec
tions thereof with great facility and whenyso as?
sembled, the garment produces a very neat ap
pearance.
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In using the construction of the present inven
tion in overall garments, the many difficulties of
trousers sections, said slidev fasteners each con
sisting of a fabric strip to be sewn to the edges of
one-piece overall garments have been avoided,
‘the jacket and trousers section to be connected to
gether or to each other, each of said strips being
provided with a fabric bead and each of said beads
being provided with and carrying a plurality of
. particularly the disadvantage of getting into or
out of these garments because of the fact that
they were di?icult- to- engage or disengage with
and from the shoulders of the wearer.
interengaging teeth, each tooth having opposite
With other one-piece overall constructions, it“ projections and recesses to engage with the op
posite teeth of the same shape on the other strip,
was necessary to lengthen the body of the gar
said strips or fasteners being entirely separable
10 ment to make it possible to don and. remove the
' garment and the lengthening had to be carried from each other, the slide fasteners along the
out to such an extent that when the garment was front of the jacket and around the waist of the
jacket and trousers sections being entirely sep
Worn it presented an ill-?tting appearance. Fur
thermore, the additional material required to arable and a cam slider element to cause engage
ment and disengagement of the slide fasteners for
15 secure the additional length greatly increased the
engagement, means at the beginning of each of
cost of production. In old style one-piece garments, the trousers ‘said slide fasteners to enable initial engagement
were usually worn out before the jacket or shirt of the slider therewith, locking means at the ends
portions, and it was usually necessary to make a of the slide fastener of the jacket and slide fas
tener around the waist to lock said slide fasteners 20
20 premature replacement of the‘ entire garment,
which is not necessary in the case of the present when the slider is removed therefrom, and guide
invention.
The overall construction shown in the applica
means between the slide fasteners on the front of
- the jacket and around the waist and also between
tion is much superior to other constructions, in
25 which either snap fasteners or buttons may be
utilized for making connection between the jacket
and trousers sections of the garment. With snap
[fasteners or buttons, it is evident that ‘not only
will considerable time be lost in securing the fas
30 tening means together, but in addition such fas
tening means will not be adequate to hold the
garments together when strain is applied thereto,
such as is occasioned when bending over.
The snap fasteners become detached from each
35 other and very often the buttons will be torn
loose, or the buttonholes enlarged to such an ex
tent that they will no longer retain the buttons.
It is obvious that the novel hookless fastener
arrangementsof the present invention, although
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particularly applicable to overall constructions,
and to one-piece combination children's garments,
are also broadly applicable to enclosures, cover
ings and various articles of clothing in which it
is desired to close different portions of the gar
45 ment with hookless fastening devices with a single
slider element even though such portions are at
considerable angles to eac other.
The present invention lso illustrates a most
novel method of locking both ends of a slide
50 fastener device, when the slider is altogether re;
moved therefrom and it also indicates how a sep
arable slide fastener may be initially engaged to
enable the movement of a slider thereover, which
novel features are of general application.
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The garments prepared according to the pres
ent application are found particularly suitable for
laundering since the soap which catches in be
‘the slide fasteners around the waist and along
the front of the' ?y, whereby the slide fastener 25
may be ‘drawn down to engage the slide fastener
at the front of the jacket, then'turned at 90° to
connect the slide fastener between the jacket and
trousers section and then turned another 90° to
engage the slide fastener on the ?y.
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2. An overall construction comprising separable
trousers and jacket sections, the jacket sections
being provided with an open front and the trou
sers section being provided with an open ?y, slide
fasteners connected to the front of the jacket, 35
to the ?y of the trousers and to the adjacent upper
edge of the trousers and lower edge of the jacket,
and extending around the waist of said jacket and
trousers sections, said slide fasteners each con
sisting of a fabric strip to be sewn to the edges 40
of the jacket and trousers section to be connected
together or to each other, each of said strips being
provided with a fabric bead and each of said
beads being provided with and carrying a plurality
of interengaging teeth, each tooth having an op
posite projection and recesses to engagewith the
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opposite teeth of the same shape on the other
strip, said strips or fasteners being entirely sep
arable from each other, the slide fasteners along
the front of the jacket and ‘around the waist of
the jacket and trousers sections being entirely
separable, a single cam slider element to cause
engagement and disengagement of the slide fas
teners said slide fasteners being connected by
guide means by which said single cam slide may 55
be moved from one slide ‘fastener to the other.
3. An overall construction comprising separable
trousers and jacket sections, the jacket sections
being provided with an open front and the trou
fastener and assures that it will slip through the sers section being provided with an open ?y, slide
teeth to cause engagement or disengagement of ‘ fasteners connected to the front of the jacket, to
the ?y of the trousers and to the adjacent upper
such teeth in a much more satisfactory manner.
edge of the trousers and lower edge of the jacket,
It is also to be understood, of course, that sep
and extending around ' the entire waist of said
arate slide fasteners may be employed for the jacket and trousers sections, a single cam slider
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front of the jacket between the jacket and trou
element to cause engagement and disengagement
sers and along the ?y of the trousers.
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of the slide fasteners, means at the beginning of
tween'the teeth during the laundering operation
enhances the lubricating properties of the slide
What is claimed is:
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1. An overall construction comprising separable ' each of said slide fasteners to enable initial en
trousers and jacket sections,_ the jacket sections gagement of the slider therewith, and-guide means
being provided with an open front and the trou
sers section being provided with an open ?y, slide
fasteners connected to the front of the jacket, to
‘ the ?y of the trousers and to the adjacent upper
edge of the trouser!’ and lower edge of the jacket,
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and extending around the waist of said jacket and
between the slide fasteners on the ‘front of the 70
jacket and around the waist and also between the
slide fastener around the waist and along the
front of the ?y, whereby the slide fastener may be
drawn down to engage the slide fastener at the
front of the jacket, then turned at 90° to connect 75
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the slide fastener between the ‘jacket and trou
tachably connected together and capable of be
sers section and then turned another 90° to en
gage theslide fastener on the fly.
4. In a garment of the type provided with a
‘ing opened from each other and said body portion
and said pants portion being provided with ver
tical openings along the front thereof ;;the com
bination therewith of an entirely separable slide 5
body covering portion and a pants portion, said
pants portion and said body portion being de
tachably connected together and capable of be
ing opened from each other and said body portion
and said pants portion being provided with‘ver
tical openings along the front thereof; the com
bination therewith of slide fasteners on each of
said openings, a single sliding cam member to be
moved from one slide fastener to another and
guide means devoid of teeth between said slide
fasteners, said guide means consisting of a metal
strip of substantially the same height as the teeth
of the slide fastener to guide said slide means
from one slide fastener to the other.
_5. In a garment of the type provided with a
body covering portion and a pants portion, said
pants portion and said body portion being de-.
tachably connected together and capable of be
ing opened from each other and said body portion
and said pants portion being provided with ver
25 tical openings along the front thereof; the com
bination therewith of slide fasteners on each of
said openings, a sliding cam member to be moved
from one slide fastener to another and guide
means devoid of teeth between said slide fasten
30 ers, said guide means consisting of a metal strip
of substantially the same height as the teeth of
the slide fastener to guide said slide means from
one slide fastener to the other, one end of said
strip being flattened, to receive the cam member
35 when drawn off a slide fastener.
6. In a garment of the type provided with a
body covering portion and a pants portion, said
pants portion and said body portion being de
tachably connected together and capable of be
40 ing opened from each other and said body portion
and said pants portion being provided with ver
tical openings along the front thereof; the 'com-,
bination therewith of entirely separable slide fas
tener means to close said openings, a sliding cam
45 member and guide means devoid of teeth be
tween said slide fasteners to enable engagement
fastening means on each of said openings, each
means having a plurality of metallic fasteners
permanently secured upon a pair of ?exible tapes
and a sliding cam device having a central chan
nel and diverging channels extending from and
communicating with said central channel, each
said means being provided with means for locking
the initial end of the fastener characterized by
a plate member secured to an end of one tape,
including a metal strip having a hole and a hook
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having an abutment member secured to the end
of the other tape to engage the other member.
8. In a garment of the type provided with a
body covering portion and a pants portion, said
pants portion and said body portion being de 20
tachably connected together and capable of be
ing opened from each other and said body portion
and said» pants portion being provided with ver
tical openings along the front thereof; the combination therewith of a separable slide fastening 25
means on each of said openings, each means hav
ing a plurality of metallic fasteners permanently
secured upon a pair of ?exible tapes and a sliding
cam device having a central channel and diverg
ing channels extending from and communicating 30
with said central channel, means for locking the
run-off end of the fastener means characterized
by said device including a tooth having a double‘
knob projection on one tape and two contacting
teeth on the opposite tape with facing recesses
to receive said double knob projection.
9. In a garment of the type provided with a
body covering portion and a pants portion, said
pants portion and said body portion being de
tachably connected together and capable of be
ing opened from each other and said body portion 40
and said pants portion being provided with ver
tical openings along the front‘ thereof; the com
bination therewith of a separable slide fastening
means on each of said openings, each means hav
ing a plurality of metallic fasteners permanently 45
of said cam member with the initial end of said secured upon a pair of ?exible tapes and a sliding
fastener, said guide means consisting of a metal cam device having a central channel and diverg
strip of substantially the same height as the teeth - ing channels extending from and communicating
50 of the slide fastener connected to the initial end with said central channel, said fastener means
of one side of the fastener, and a nose member also including means for locking the run-off end 50
with a hook to engage said guide means connected of the fastener characterized by a hook on the
to the initial end of the other side of the fastener. run-off end of one tape resiliently pressed toward
'7. In a garment of, the type provided with a the run-off end of the other tapeand a pin on the
55 body covering portion and a pants portion, said other tape engaging said hook.
pants portion and said body portion being de
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