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Nov. 22, 1938. F. J. BAYLlss ~ 2,137,796 WAIST AND LIKE BELT AND BAND AÑD THEIR FASTENING v > Filed Dec. zo, _ ' 1957 TO /6 - O ì O Í) D > A ` FraincÀS Tòhh BQW'MSS Patented N°`v.22,'193s , 2,137,796 lUNITED STATESl PATENT oFFlcE; 2,137,796 WAIST AND LIKE ß'ELTAND BAND AND ' 'mma FAs'rENmG - Francis `.101m Bayllss, Walsall, England Application December 30,11937, Serial N0. 182.393 ` In Great Britain April 20, 1937 l ' 4 claims. (ol. zii-s) This invention has reference to waist or like connector I4 having sleeves I5 revolubly engag belts or bands and their fastenings and particu ing said buckle-bar 8 while inner eyed ends I6 larly to the kind wherein the fastening is resil ^ of said springs .are connected to corresponding iently connected to one end of thebelt or band to _hooks of an attachmentplate- I1 riveted'l at I8 5 provide a determined amount-of resiliency tovan to the inside of the loop 3 as- particularly seen 5 otherwise inextensible article. ‘ from Fig. 3, the housing or channel äf‘mroviding ' In the known kind of belt having the fastening resiliently connected thereto, springs have been applied between one end of the belt and the fast l0 ening,~ or alternatively, the springs `have ,been applied between ¿sections ofthe belt; however, in both cases the springs cause a rubbing action on wearing apparel which in the course of time damages l5 the material.- ‘ ‘ , ’ The principal object‘of the present invention is to provide“ an improved belt or bandl whereiny a guide for said springs I0. When the otherwise inextensible belt is fas ltened round the wearer in the usual way, with one of the holes I9 co-operating with the tongue 1_0 J, the buckle 6 is capable of considerable longi tudinal sliding movement -relatively to the loop 3 occasioned by the extensiblesprings I0, the dis placement of the buckle depending upon the ab dominal or other movements of the wearer. 15A It will be seen that the inner buckle-bar d, the resilient connection is associated with the connector I4, springs I0 and the attachment plate belt or ba-nd in such -a _manner that the appear ance of the article is unaltered,` and the operation - 20 of the resilient means has no deleterious effect upon clothes with which the belt is worn. The invention -consists oi lan improved belt and fastening having Athe combination and ar described and illustrated on y by Way of embodi- ' - ment since any elastic member or members could ad and over the loop, and an elastic tensioning mem ber connected at one of its ends to the inner end Having now described my invention, what I claim and desire to secure by Letters Patent is: \ Fig. 1 is a‘plan of. a belt or band fitted with a tongued buckle. ~ ‘l . “ ’ „ Fig. 2 is a plan on an enlarged scale of one end loi? the belt, Fig. l; _ Fig. 3 is a longitudinal section of Fig. 2 taken y 45 ` 50 - be used in lieu. thereof. ' v ' ' l. .ii belt, strap, or the like, having a perma‘ nent and ñexible longitudinal loop at its one end, 3o a buckle attached to said loop-by one of its trans verse bars passing therethrough to slide in said - loop longitudinally thereof, and a flexible tension « l'n the drawing _ luse of the belt. It is to be understood th t the 'springs It! are ~ rangement providing a loop at one end of the of the buckle or clasp and connected at itsl other 40 are capable of contacting wearing apparel the mi latter cannot be rubbed or damaged during the belt or band, a buckle or clasp engaging the loop vat its inner end to slide longitudinally within 30 end to an inner portion of the loop, said member ‘ lyingwholly within said loop and `longitudinally thereof. 35 il are normally wholly concealed in the loopt. and, moreover, since none of the aforesaid parts spring disposed longitudinally within said loop, said spring havingone end in pivotal engagement 35 with said transverse bar, the 4other end being ~ secured to the inner extremity of said loop. 2. A belt, strap, or the like, having a perma nent and flexible longitudinal loop at its one end, on the broken lines a, a, " ~ Fig; 4 is a plan of thebuckle and its resilient a buckle attached to said loop by one of its trans- 40, f connection before application to the belt or band. .verse bars passing therethrough to slide'in said One end of aleather or like belt I is doubledv loop longitudinally thereoiïa longitudinal chan- upon 'itself at 2 to provide a loop 3, the end oi.’ nel formed in the inner portion of theloop by stitching the edges> of the -loop together, and a the doubled over portion being sewn to the ad ñexible tension spring disposed longitudinally in 45 jacent portion at 4, 4, to thereby provide a chan said channel to freely expand and contract there nel or housing'5 for the purpose hereinafter de scribed. A buckle 6 having a tongue -lI pivoted in, said spring having one end in pivotal engage- ' o_n the buckle-bar 8 is inserted in the loop 3 so ment with said transverse bar, the other end being that the buckle-bar 8 is slidable therein `with secured to the inner extremity of said loop. 3. A belt, strap; orvthe like, having a perma- 50 fthe tongue> 1 slidably engaging’a slot 9 in the outer end ofthe loop 3. The tongue 'I is,jthere-- nent and flexible loop at itsjone end, aèbuckle ' ‘ « fore,- of- the'full length of the buckle. The buckle 6' is'resiliently /connected tothe belt by two springs II) having outer eyed ends I2 which are 55 permanently connected to -integralhooks I3 of a attached-to said loop by one of its transverse bars. , passing therethrough to slide in said loop longi tudinally thereof, a longitudinal channel formed in the inner portion of the loop by‘stitching the 55 l 2 2, 187,796 edges of the loop together, a plurality of flexible coiled tension springs disposed longitudinally and parallel to each other in said channel to freely expend and contract therein, said springs having their inner ends connected toa common attach ment plate secured to the inner extremity of said loop. the outer ends of the springs being con nected to a common connector pivotally engaging said transverse bar. 10 -4. A belt, strap, or the like, having at its one end a permanent and flexible longitudinal loop. formed with a slot in its outer end, a buckle attached to said loop by one of its transverse bars passing therethrough to slide in said loop longi tudinally thereof and having pivoted thereto a tongue projecting slidably and swingably through said slot, and a ilexible tension spring longitudi nally disposed within said loop, said spring hav ing one end in pivotal engagement with said transverse bar, the other end'being secured to the inner extremity of said loop. 10 FRANCIS JOHN BAYLISS.