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Sept. 3, 1946. H. E. BOYCE GAUNTLET GLOVE‘ - 2,406,991 ' Filed‘Jan: 31, 1944 ‘HENRIETTA E. Borcz, uvvmvrm ' Patented Sept. 3, 1946 2,406,991 UNITED STATES .PATENT OFFICE 2,406,991 ‘ GAUNTLET GLOVE Henrietta E. Boyce, New York, N. Y. Application January 31, 1944, Serial No. 520,390 2 Claims. . 1 g The present invention relates to gloves, and particularly to the type' of glove having long vcuffs or gauntlets. It is the object of this invention to provide a glove with a cuff that can be tied up» around the Wrist of the wearer. Certain types of_ gloves, among them some ( Cl. 2-162) 2 terial itself can be either woven, knitted, netted, leather, plastic or other material, or a combina tion of them to suit the occasion or the whim. To heighten the effectthe material of the cuff might be cut as shown in Fig. 4 with edges 2 and 4 arcu ate in shape so that ends 9 and It] may be more easily or more effectively tied in a knot. Before specially designed for use in winter, are provided tying the knot it is desirable to fold edge 5 of the with cuffs. rThe culf is made large enough to cuff forward toward wrist seam 1. enclose the adjacent sleeve‘ cuff of the wearer and 10 In this connection it is important to point out the purpose is to make a seal against cold, rain the relation of the split in the cuff to the glove and snow. When the cuif is either too large or too proper. The preferred position is the one in which small it wrinkles up at the wrist and the result the split is substantially in line with the thumb. is annoying to say the least. It is one object In this position the knot is easiest to tie and, if of this invention to provide a glove with a cuff 15 the fabric is decorative in nature, most effectively that can be tightly closed above the wrist over displayed. The next preferred position is to have the clothes of the wearer. the split substantially at the center of the back An element of the invention resides in the of the hand. Of course the utility of the glove is adaptability of its utilitarian features to varied not alfected by the location of the split. and interesting treatments. 20 The gauntlet glove herein described can be Other objects and features will become appar worn as a gauntlet without tying its free ends into ent from the following description and the ac a knot. But it should be pointed out that if the companying drawing in which like numerals of knot is to be tied. and the material of the gauntlet reference indicate similar parts, and in which: has a grain similar to a Woven or knitted fabric, Fig. 1 illustrates a glove with my type of cuff 25 then in order to have the knot formed properly in extended position; , Fig. 2 illustrates the glove with its cuff tied in a knot; . Fig. 3 is a development of the cuff itself in its simplest form; and Fig. 4 is a development of a modi?ed form of and to stay tied neatly the material should be cut on the bias. The knot may be single or double as the glove may be designed. A single over hand knot could be supplemented with an orna mental clip without departing from my inven tion. From the foregoing description it will be seen In the drawing, a piece of cloth-like material that I have devised simple and inexpensive means I, shaped substantially as shown in Fig. 3, and to accomplish the objects set forth. While I have having edges 2, 3, 4 and 5, is joined along its edge 35 described the simplest elements adapted to accom 3 to a glove 6 at wrist ‘! to form the cuff 8. Edge plish the purpose, it is obvious that various 3 is as long or longer than the periphery of wrist changes in the material and the arrangement of 1 so that, when attached, edges 2 and 4 either meet the component parts may be resorted to without or overlap somewhat. In the simplest embodi departing from the spirit or sacri?cing any of ment of this invention edges 2 and 4 are not 40 the principles of the invention. permanently joined to each other. However, they What I claim is: maybe sewn together for a short distance from 1. A glove provided with a gauntlet cuff ex the wrist with good effect. tending from the wrist line thereof, said cuff be It should be noted that the cuff thus formed ing of a length of the order of the glove length tapers outwardly from the wrist, enough so that 45 and being provided with a split along substan the glove, when worn, can have its free ends 9 cuff. - and Ill tied together in a knot over the arm or the wrist of the wearer as shown in Fig. 2. tially its entire length to facilitate the folding of the outer portion of the cuff, said cuff tapering outwardly from said wrist line to such a substan For children playing in snow a glove of this type has‘ decided merit. With the proper fabrics 50 tial degree that the free ends of the cuff are adapted to be tied together in a knot to pro this style glove can be adapted for industrial uses. vide a pulse warmer and afford substantial pro However, its greatest appeal is in the ?eld of tection against cold, rain and snow. accessories for a lady’s wardrobe. The material 2. In a glove as de?ned in claim 1; said cuff of cloth I and cuif B can be varied in color to being of material cut on the bias. harmonize or contrast with glove 6. The ma 55 HENRIETTA E. BOYCE.