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Novvzz', 1938.
'
w_ R. GREENHELD
2,137,838
HEALTH BELT‘ OR CORSET
‘Filed May 14, 1938
INVENTOR.
BY 6% ?végw/bw
ATTORNEYS
Patented Nov. 22, 1938
2,137,838 '
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFiCE
HEALTH BELT
2,137,838
0R- CORSET
William R. Green?eld, Jackson, Mich, assignor '
to Kellogg Corset Company, Jackson, Mich.
Application May 14, 1938, Serial No. 207,934
6 Claims.
The main objects of this invention are:
First, to provide a health belt or corset which
has the desired features of adjustability for secur
ing the desired supporting action or result, at the
(Cl. 2-39)
The back lacing comprises independently ad
justable top and bottom laces t and l and it will
be notedvthat these are independently tied as
commonly it is not necessary to adjust or apply
adjustable stress to these portions of the corset
after they are once properly adjusted. Of course,
5 same time the garment is attractive in appear
ance both when off the wearer and when on the
wearer, and the lacing is so covered that it is not . they may be readjusted as occasion may require.
visible through outer garments and does not de
The cluster or draw laces ii are rove through
stroy the smooth ?t or appearance of outer gar
the intermediate eyelets—that is, the eyelets be»
1o ments.
.
tween the upper and lower laces (-5 and l, the 10
Second, to provide a health belt or corset having ends of these draw or cluster laces being con
these advantages which is economical in its parts nected to the adjusting straps 9 which are opera
and very easily adjusted.
tively associated with the front section, one 01
Objects relating to details and economies of the them being connected to the edge of the front sec
15 invention will appear from the description to fol
tion and the other to the side section adjacent 15
The invention is de?ned and pointed out
the set of eyes 5 so that when the garment is in
in the claims.
A preferred embodiment of the invention is
low.
the front section to properly support the abdo-
illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in
men.
embodying the features of my invention, applied
to a ?gure, the showing of the parts being mainly
conventional.
It will be noted that the cluster lacing or draw 20
lacing is positioned so that the direct pull is over
the sacrum and this is recommended by medical
authorities as a desirable condition. The straps
9 are connected to the draw laces through the
Fig. 2 is anenlarged rear elevation with parts
broken away and with one of the shield parts
strap sections l9 and the buckles I l.
V
The shield sections or members ii are of sub
lifted to disclose structural details. ,
extended position.
One of the greatest objections advanced to the
stantial width and extend the full length of the
back sections. They are secured at their outer
vertical edges by a line of stitching indicated at
l3. They are also secured at their upper and 30
wearer of health belts or corsets which depend
lower edges by the stitches hi and l 5 respectively.
upon adjustment by cluster or draw lacing is that
Additional V-shaped top and bottom rows of
stitches l6 and the vertical stitches ll very effec
tively anchor these shield‘ members in position
and they have the appearance of a part of the 35
?nished garment as distinguished from an at
tachment or addition thereto. The adjacent
edges of the shield sections are free and are in
overlapping relation to the lacing and to each
20 which:
.
Fig. 1 is a rear view of a health belt or corset
25
Fig. 3 is an outer side View of the garment in
30
the outlines of the cluster or draw laces are visible
or in evidence through the outer clothing. One
35 of the main objects or accomplishments of this
invention is to provide a structure in which the
cluster or draw lacings of the garments are so ar
ranged and concealed that when the garment is
worn, the lacing ridges as well as the eyelets and
40 lacing parts do not show through the outer gar
ments or clothing.
.In the accompanying drawing, I have illus
trated a practical embodiment of my invention
as applied to a health belt or corset. The body
45 of the garment illustrated includes or comprises
a front section or portion I, side or hip portions
2, 2 and back portions 3, 3. The back sections or
portions are provided with lacing eyelets 4 on
their adjacent edges.
50
position on the wearer, stress may be applied to
The front section I is designed to cover the
abdomen and is provided with hooks, not illus
trated, which may be engaged with eyes 5 on one
of the side members, the front section being per
manently attached to the side member as is clear
55 1y shown in Fig. 3.
other.
‘
‘10
Adjacent the stitching [3, the shield sections
are provided with vertical slits l8 through which
the straps or the laces may slide. Horizontal
rows of stitches I9 at the ends of the slits prevent
tearing at this point.
>
With this arrangement of parts, the lacing is
fully covered and protected so that it is not in
evidence through an outer garment and the corset
has a very attractive and ?nished appearance.
50
I have illustrated and described my improve
ments in a very practical embodiment thereof. I
have not attempted to illustrate or describe vari
ous modi?cations and adaptations as it is believed
that this disclosure will enable those skilled in 55
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2,137,838
the art to embody and adapt my improvements
ing free and in overlapping relation to the lacing ,
as may be desired.
and to each other, said shield sections having slits
adjacent the points of attachment of their outer
vertical edges to the body of the corset and
through which said draw laces and/or adjusting
straps may freely slide.
Having thus described my invention, what I
claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Pat
ent, is:
1. A health belt or corset comprising a body in
cluding a front section, side sections, and back
sections, the back sections being provided with
lacing eyelets on their adjacent edges, a back
10 lacing comprising independently adjustable top
and bottom laces, and a plurality of intermediate
draw laces rove through intermediate eyelets and
having converging ends connected to adjustable
side straps disposed over the side sections and
operatively associated with the front section, and
shield sections of substantial width secured at
their outer vertical edges and at their upper and
lower edges to the back sections, their inner edges
being free and in overlapping relation to the lac
:0 ing and to each other, said shield sections having
slits adjacent the points of attachment of their
outer vertical edges to the body of the corset and
through which said draw laces and/or adjusting
4. A health belt or corset comprising a body in
cluding back sections provided with lacing eye
lets on their adjacent edges, a back lacing com
prising independently adjustable top and bottom 10
laces, and a plurality of intermediate draw laces
rove through intermediate eyelets and having
converging ends connected to adjustable straps,
and shield sections of substantial width extending
from top to bottom of the back sections and se
cured at their outer vertical edges and at their
upper and lower edges to the back sections, their
inner edges being free and in overlapping relation
to the lacing and to each other, said shield sec
tions having slits adjacent the points of attach
ment of their outer vertical edges to the body
of the corset and through which said draw laces
and/or adjusting straps may freely slide.
2. A health belt or, corset comprising a body in
cluding a front section, side sections, and back
5. A health belt or corset comprising a body in
cluding back sections provided with lacing eye- ,
lets on their adjacent edges, a plurality of draw
sections, the back sections being provided with
laces rove through said eyelets and having con
straps may freely slide.
‘
lacing eyelets on their adjacent edges, a back
lacing including a plurality of draw laces rove
30 through said eyelets and having converging ends
connected to adjustable side straps disposed over
the side sections and operatively associated with
the front section, and shield sections of substan
tial width secured at their outer vertical edges
and at their upper and lower edges to the back
sections, their inner edges being free and in over
lapping relation to the lacing and to each other,
said shield sections having slits adjacent the
points of attachment of their outer vertical edges
40 to the body of the corset and through which said
draw laces and/or adjusting straps may freely
slide.
verging ends connected to adjustable straps, and
shield sections of substantial width extending
from top to bottom of the back sections and se- '
cured at their outer vertical edges and at their
upper and lower edges to the back sections, their
inner edges being free and in overlapping relation
to the lacing and to each other, said shield sec
tions having slits adjacent the points of attach
ment of their outer vertical edges to the body
of the corset and through which said draw laces
and/or adjusting straps may freely slide.
6. A health belt or corset comprising a body
including back sections provided with lacing eye
lets on their adjacent edges, a plurality of draw
laces rove through said eyelets and having con
40
verging ends connected to adjustable straps, and
shield sections of substantial width extending
from top to bottom of the back sections and se
cured at their outer vertical edges and at their
, ing eyelets on their adjacent edges, a back lacing
including a plurality of draw laces rove through upper and lower edges to the back sections, the
shield sections extending the full length of the
said eyelets and having converging ends connect
ed to adjustable side straps disposed over the back section, their inner edges being free and
side sections and operatively associated with the_ in overlapping relation to the lacing and to each 5-0
front section, and shield sections of substantial other, said shield sections having slits adjacent
width extending from top to bottom of the back the points of attachment of their outer vertical
sections and secured at their outer vertical edges edges to the body of the corset and through which
and at their upper and lower edges to the back said draw laces and/or adjusting straps may
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sections, the shield sections extending the full freely slide.
WILLIAM R. GREENFIELD.
length of the back section, their inner edges be
3. A health belt or corset comprising a body in
cluding a front section, side sections, and back
, sections, the back sections being provided with lac
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