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oct- 1,.1945-' ' ' _ J. WEINGARTEN 2,408,537 ONE-PIECE GARMENT Filed April 29, 1944 ‘ - INVHVTOR, JOSEPH HIE/(V6.41? TEN BY 1.9 - ‘ ‘ ‘ ~ I Arr-ohms)’ 2,408,537 ~ Patented Oct. 1, 1946 . UNITED . STATES ' ‘ ' ~ ' ‘ I PATENT 2,408,537‘ r ' OFFICE v ONE-PIECE GARMENT _ _ Joseph Weingarten, Bronx. N. Y., Application April 29, 1944, Serial No. 533,299 2 Claims. (01. 2—80) . 1 , ' , ankles of the wearer for warmth and for exclud ing snow, moisture and the like. The front members II are connected with each The invention relates to one-piece garments and more particularly to protective garments for children as exempli?ed for instance by the so called snow suits. other along a seam -20 and are continued up wardly in the form of integral members 2| united The object of the invention is to provide a one-piece garment ‘constructed in a novel'man with each other by the seam 20 and together con stituting a, tongue which comprises a foldable ' ner to present the appearance of a two-piece garment including a coat. _ extension of the leg members at the front of the garment. The latter in addition includes co 'Y The invention contemplates further a one piece garment of the type indicated which is 10 operating coat members 22 connected with the‘ back pieces I5 along seams l2’ which form up good-looking when worriand provides adequate ward continuations of the outside leg seams I2, protection and warmth for the wearer, and which as shown in Fig. 6. The coat members 22 fur is easily put on and removed at will. ther are connected with the sleeve members I6 Other‘ objects will appear from the description hereinafter and the features of novelty will be 15 along» seams 23 and are so embodied in the gar ment aSeto have their lower edges a relatively pointed out in the claims. I . free and loose as shown» in the illustrated ex In the accompanying drawing, which illustrates ample. . The coatmembers 22 are dimensioned an example of the invention without de?ning its to extend over- and ‘cover the tongue 2|, 2| when ' Fig. .1’ is a front view of the novel garment as 20 the latteris in its operative'position and are pro vided with co-operating fastening devices such it appears when closed; I V ' as buttons 24 and buttonholes 25 whereby said ‘ Fig. 2 is a rear. view ofsaid garment; coat ‘members 22- may be secured in detachable Fig. 3 is a front view of the garment as it ap connection‘ with each other over the aforesaid pears when open for putting it on and removing 25 tongue to present the appearance of a closed it from the wearer; coat. Suitable means may be provided for de Fig. 4 is a, front View of the garment in a partly tachably maintaining the tongue 2|, 2| in its closed condition; raised position, as for instance by providing said Fig. 5 is a similar view showing the garment tongue with buttonholes 26 for engagement with closed to a further extent, and buttons 21 suitably secured to the upper part of limits, ‘ I . - . - _ ' ‘ _ Fig. 6 is a side view of the novel garment. 30 Generally speaking the novel garment com prises a lower section and an upper section inte gral therewith and constructed of any suitable fabric or other material. the garment as shown inthe drawing. Obviously, the buttons and buttonholes illus ; trated and described as fastening devices for the coat members 22 and the tongue 2|, 2|, respec tively, may be replaced by other types of fasten The lower section includes leg members which 35 ing means whereby these elements may be de in the illustrated example consist of rear pieces tachably secured in place. The garment may Ill of material and united with front pieces II also include a conventional collar 28 fastened in of material along outer seams I2 and similar place in any conventional manner. inner seams to the crotch l3. From the latter In the normal condition when the garment is 40 upward the rear pieces III are connected with open thelcoat members 22 are disconnected from each other along a center seam I4 to form the each other and folded to an open position as middle or waist portion of the garment. shown for instance in Fig. 3, while the tongue rear pieces III are ‘continued upwardly in the 2 I, 2| may occupy its downwardly folded position form of back pieces I5 connected with each other 45 as also shown in Fig. 3 to thereby enable the gar along the center seam M as shown in Fig, 2 to ment to be easily put on or removed from the wearer. After the garment has been donned by form the back of the upper section of the gar the wearer the tongue 2|, 2| may be folded up ment. Suitable sleeve members I6 may be com wardly in upright relation to the lower section bined with the back pieces I5, for instance, along the seams I‘! as illustrated in Fig. 2 or in any 50 of the garment so as to cover ‘the upper body and chest of the wearer and secured in this posi other suitable manner, said sleeve members I6 being provided with elastic cuffs I8 designed to hug the wrists for warmth if desired. In such . case, the leg members may be also provided with elastic euifs I9 designed to hug and enclose the tion by connecting the buttonholes 26 with the buttons 21 or by connecting other equivalent types of fastening means which may be provided. The coat members 25 may then be folded over 2,408,537 3 4 said upright tongue 2|, 2| in external relation ment, it is to be understood that modi?cations and variations may be resorted to without de parting from the spirit and scope of the inven tion, as those skilled in the art will readily under thereto to simulate a coat and may be secured in detachable connection with each other over the tongue 2|, 2| by means of the buttonholes 25 and button 26, or equivalent fastening means. If desired, the garment may include a belt or tape 2% suitably embodied in the garment at the waist line and adapted to be tied about the waist of the wearer in the form of a bow knot 30 as shown stand. Such variations and modi?cations are considered to be within the purview and scope of the claims. Iclaim: 1. A one-piece garment comprising a lower sec in Fig. 1 of the drawing. To further add to the 10 tion including leg members, a tongue foldably ornamental appearance of the garment the lat connected with said lower section at the front ter may be gathered or shirred at the back about the waist line as indicated at 3| in Fig. 2. _ thereof dimensioned and foldable in upright re tongue 2!, H to be released by detaching the buttonholes 26 from the buttons 21 and then front of the garment in detached relation thereto, said coat-members being foldable over said up right tongue in external'relation thereto to simu lation to said lower section to cover the upper To remove the garment from the wearer, the body and chest of the wearer, an upper section bow knot 30 is untied to release the band or tape 15 connected with said lower section and including 29 after which the buttons 24 and buttonholes 25 a back and sleeve members, co-operating coat are detached from each other to permit the coat’ members foldably associated with said upper sec members 22 to be folded to open positions and the tion and extending below the waist line at the folded downwardly toyth'e position illustrated in Fig. 3. At this stage'the garment may be readily removed from the wearer as will be apparent. late a coat, co-operating means on said upper section and said tongue for detachably securing The novel combination‘ garment is ideally the latter in its upright position, and means for adaptable for use as a protective garment, par 2-5 securing said coat-members in detachable con ticularly for children, and when worn in the nection with each other externally over said closed condition illustrated in Fig, 1 provides a maximum of protection for the wearer against snow, sleet, rain and the elements in general. tongue. 2. A' one-piece garment comprising a lower leg section, an upper section integrally combined When worn the garment presents an attractive 30 with said lower leg section, a tongue foldably and ornamental appearance and gives the im associated with said leg section at the front pression of being a two-piece suit consisting of a thereof dimensioned and foldablelin upward re lower leg section and an upper coat section. lation thereto to cover the upper body and chest While the novel garment is particularly adapt of the wearer, means for detachably maintaining able for use as a so-called snow suit it obviously said tongue in its upright position, coat-mem may be used with equal e?iciency for other types bers foldably associated with said upper’ section of garments designed'for children and even for and externally foldable over ‘said tongue, said adults. The garment may be made of fabrics or coat-members extending below the waist line in other suitable materials and may easily be re detached relation to said lower leg section to sim moved and put on by children or adults, as the 40 ulate a coat, and means for securing said coat case may be. ‘ members in detachable connection with each Although the present invention has been de other externally over said'tongue, » scribed in conjunction with a preferred embodi JOSEPH .WEINGAR'I'EN.