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' Aug. 20, 1946..
2,406,215
c. R. GLINES
FOUNDATION GARMENT
Filed March 17, 1945
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luvs/v10)?
. mm Imam/v 64mm
BY
ATTORNEY
Patented Aug. '20, 1946
2,406,215
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,406,215
FOUNDATION GARBIENT
Carl Redman Glines, Hamden, Conn, assignor to
Charis Corporation, a corporation of New York,
Application March 17, 1945, Serial No. 583,241
1 Claim.
(‘01. 2-43)
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This invention relates to foundation garments
and particularly to the type of garment known as
extension, provides immediate and effective ad—
justment of the garment in position.
Where there isrelative movement of the panel
members, particularly in sitting and walking, the
band extension provides a hinged effect along
a “panty girdle” where the construction com
bines a girdle member with short integral leg
members.
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each lengthwise seam: each of the leg members is
then free to move relative to the band extension.
By reason of this construction the garment is an
With the construction of this invention the gar
ment consists of a plurality of fabric panels
stitched together longitudinally to form the girdle
chored on the body in such a manner as not to
portion of the garment and stitched along por
tions of the base edges to form the leg members. 10 interfere with body action, nor will it ride up on
the ?gure to create discomfort, especially between
The front section consists of at least three panel
the thighs in the crotch area, Accordingly, the
members, the center panel of which is provided
garment ?ts snugly at all times without “pulling.”
with a Wide top portion tapering longitudinally to
The fabric panel members may be made with
a narrow base section and terminating in a nar- '
row band extension integral with the panel itself 15 either elastic or inelastic cloth or knit material;
and having parallel sides. The tapering sidesof
and the garment may consist entirely of panels of
the center panel and the corresponding portions
of the adjacent panels are disposed so that when
the panels are stitched together the tapered seams
are adapted substantially to follow the groin lines 20
such elastic or inelastic material or may combine
both types of material.
Similarly, the garment
may be either boned or not boned; and. may be
worn with or without garters.
In the, accompanying drawing a speci?c em
of the wearer with the band extension ?tting
bodiment of this invention is shown, and, of
across the crotch area, The leg members are
course, variations in the construction may be
formed by stitching together portions of the base
made within the concept of the invention. In the
edges of the panels of the front and back sections
(including the entire base edge of the center front 25 drawing: Fig. 1 is a front view of the foundation
garment; Fig, 2 is a back View; Fig. 3 is a side
panel) along a common slightly arcuate line de
view, and Fig. 4 is a front view illustrating the
termined by the base edge of the center panel of
garment disposed in sitting position.
the front section.
The front section Ill is shown consisting of a
Preferably, the panels of the back section are
joined longitudinally so that when portions of 30 longitudinally tapered center panel I 2 with two
adjacent outer panels M and I6. The band exten
sion I8 having-parallel sides l9 and 2| is shown
in Fig.4 and as may be seen the base edge 20 of
back section is centrally disposed and meets the
the band extension determines the slightly arcu
arcuate seam at a point within the base edge of
ate line 29 along which portions of the base edges
the narrow band extension.
of panels 14 and 16 are joined to the correspond
In adjusting this garment the wearer quite nat
ing portions of the base edges of the back panels.
urally grips the top edge of the front section and
The parallel sides l9 and 2| of the band extension
pulls upwardly and outwardly along the lines
I8 are of the same length (determined by the size
formed by the tapered seams of the front section.
of the garment) to provide equal hinge action
In this manner the force applied to the garment
along both sides of the crotch and to permit the
is applied perpendicularly to the stitching across
body of the wearer to sit properly in the garment.
the base edges of the front and back panels are
stitched together the longitudinal seam of the
the seams and is distributed along the entire
The two elastic side panels 22 and 24 are in
length of the tapered seams, Such a construction
termediate the front and back sections and ordi
obviates distortion in the shape of the garment 45 narily their base edges 23 and 25 are unattached.
and, by distributing the stress along the length of
As can be seen from the drawing, the openings
the scam, the stitching is not put under too great
of the leg members 35 and 38 are formed by the
a strain in a restricted area.
In adjusting the garment the wearer may
unattached base portions of the front, side, and
back panel members and are of suf?cient length
50 to enclose the thighs and give the garment proper
readily obtain a snug ?tting adjustment, particu
larly in the crotch area, by gripping the top edges
purchase on the body. of the front of the garment and pulling upwardly
The back section consists, in this case, of two
and outwardly substantially simultaneously along
back panels 25 and 28. In Fig. 4 the central
longitudinal seam 2‘! of back panels 26 and. 28 is
the lines of the tapered seams, The resultant
force, directed almost wholly on the narrow band 55 shown disposed so that this seam meets the arcu
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ate seam 29 on the base edge of the band exten
sion at a point intermediate the parallel sides l9
row base portion terminating in a narrow'band
and 2|. Such construction eliminates crowding
integral therewith and aligned with the center
line of the converging panels and adapted to fit
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extension having parallel sides of equal length
_ of the seams and permits the hinged effect along
the sides 19 and 2| freely to take place when 01 across the crotch area, the base edge of said band
extension being joined to the base end of the back
there is relative movement between the members.
A zipper opening EA is provided longitudinally
panel members, the tapered sides of the center /
front panel when stitched .to the corresponding
sides of the adjacent panels forming seamswhich
along one of the front panels and garter supports.
3‘? may berprovided as shown;
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are disposed so as substantially to follow the groin
lines of the wearer of the garment whereby force
and integral leg members comprising a plurality" ' ‘applied upwardly and outwardly at the top of
of fabric panels joined‘ together longitudinally'f "i said ‘ seams is applied perpendicularly to the
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WhatIclaim is:
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A foundation garment having a girdle portion ~ - »
along seams with stitching perpendiculantopthe? r stitching of. said seams and is distributed along
substantially the entire length of said seams, the
parallel seams of the band extension being adapt
seams to form a girdle portion ‘and-stitched .to'-.
gether along portions: of the base 'édgeso'fsaid‘
panels to form leg members, the front section‘ of ii ' edrto act as hinge' members to obviate “pulling”
‘the garment consisting of at least three ‘panels
of the garment when there is relative movement
the ,center panel of which has a relatively ‘wide ' "between such panel members.
top edge with sides tapering longitudinally along
"straight lines fromrthe wide top edge'tofalnarr
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' CARL REDMAN Gun?re.
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