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» Oct. 1, 1946.
B. A. LEvlTTl
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RAIN PROTECTIVE GARMENT
Filed sept.v 5. 1945
` IN VEN TOR.
BENJAM/M A. LEV/'T7'.
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ATTORNEYS
Patented Oct. 1, 1.946
¿408.662
UNITED . STATES PAT-'EN T 'OFFICE
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RAINPROTECTIVE’GARMENT
’Benjamin LA. Levitt, Newark', N. i.,jà‘s'sigriör "tp
A. L. siegel 00.1110., New Yay-rk, N. Y., 'a ear
`poration of New York
Application September 5, 1945, Serial»No.>614,491
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This -invention relates to a rain protective `gar
' other by sui-tame binding, .then finished .oir _by
for ladies’ use, have been made in a varietyof
_structures'and designs _outA of «sheet orviilmy plas
an added edge binding, -andïthen provided _with
a simple neckband and arm `loops to produce _the
ñnished structure depicted in Fig. l1 of the draw
ing, which vrfinished structure may be laid out_¿in
tics of a transparent and lightweight nature, such
that the garment may be folded up into a fsmall
handbag storage use.
ment.
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Rain protective garments, especially intended
.package capable of being contained in arlady’s
hand-bag, vand `capable rof being readily unfolded
»for emergency use vin inclement weather.
The prime vobject of my _present invention
the flat and folded into a small package for
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The material used for the sheet patterns p
and p', is a` waterproof transparent lightweight
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centers about l_the provision Vof a rain protective
garment of Athis nature which is exceedingly
simple in construction, which may bernade by
sùch "simple manufacturing and assembling op
plastic film orsimilar substancesuch, for ¿ex
ample, -as the rubber hydrochlorideplastic Vfilm
product known as “Plioñlrn” _Any7 similar
sheeted or film material ofa waterproof or light
weight `nature may be employed. The “Plioñlm”
type of- vplastic nlm is »particularly advantageous
because in_addition tohaving thedesired light
erations as to vproduce -a .garment at a very low
weight, transparentand waterproofing .properties
'cost and saleable at a correspondinglylow figure,
and which, designed >to carry out all of the func-_
tions and .advantages incident to and expected of
is quite durable ¿and strong.
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_ yThe_sheet patterns p and >fp', similarly dimen
its construction, 'is >capa'lzile also of being produced _ -sioned as stated, land one being a negative of" the
in ¿an attractive design.
To the accomplishment of this object and such
other objects as may hereinafter appear, my in
vention relates to the rain protective garment
sought to be defined in the appended claims and
'described in the lfollowing speciñcation taken to
gether with the accompanying drawing in which:
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of Athe -rain protec
other (one a r-ighthand pattern and the _other
Va lei’t hand lpattern) , may becontouredas shown
in Fig. 2 ofthevdrawing, and when so contoured
_are provided with the corresponding bottom edges
.25 b and b', the corresponding front 'edges “j and '_.f’~,
and the corresponding rear ¿edges if and r’. the
¿front and rearedges converging and merging Vat
the topsr t and t’.. of the patterns. _
The _two »patterns pand p’,_ arethen assembled
tive garment o'f my present'invention, showing the
shape and form l't assumes during use on the 30 yto produce the finished îgarmentshown in Fig. 1
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by the following simple manufacturing steps.: _
(l) The two `sheet patterns are united together
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Fig. '2i is a 'view of `'two sheet patterns used »in
.m'aking up the garment;
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along their rear edges r and r', by a binding strip
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Fig. 3 is a fragmentary View _shown >on an_,enlarged scale .and 'take'nfin cross-section in the
I0. which may be made of a. textile fabric _mate
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rial and whichis channeled as depicted in Fig. 5,
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the bindingstrip being stitched to the rear edges
Fig. 4V is 'a> similanjyiew 'taken .in Lcross-'section » ` rzandr’., of the> two patterned sheetsby »a line
in the plane of the l'li'n'c'eY'l--l _of Fig. 1,;'and _f _
VVAof .stitching l2 reaching :from the bottom -I4 .of
plane ofthe lline V3-3 ofFi'g. 1.; , .
' Fig. 5 iis asimilar view takeniril cross-section
the garment cape section `to the top I6 of the
_ in ‘the plane ‘of the line 5-’5 `of Fig. 1.
40 >garment hood f'seétiön.
single bihdingstrip
I V'llïte'ferring 116W» more -in detail toy >thedrawing
e unites ktogether the two patterned sheets 'p and p’;
and having 'reference ñrst toFigs. ~1 andathereof,
the rainprotective garment îdfïthe presentimen
ti'on >fcoinp'rises va body "generallyV designated as y13
made `from 'two “similarly .dimensioned vslnáet-.pat
tems p. and 'p’,.the`b1anl<s 'of wh’ ' 'n aresfhòwn _in
Fig. '2 ofthe drawing. Thelbody-B :defines-in the
garment 4assembly a `head§~section generally desig- .
nated as I-I and a cape section generally desig
nated as C, the region between these sections
forming or defining the neck N of the garment.
(2) The front edges fand î’. of 'the patterns
Ahave an elastic binding Vi8 >stitch-‘ed thereto at
lthe hood section H of the garment by means of an
uninterrupted. line of stitching'îû, thebindin'g
and stitching circlingly >extending ab‘òùt the
_ >"_"t`ná1ï`l1`1 `¿â.nd 'terminating at their 'lower
ends at -the garment neck
d ìThe elastic bind
ing I8 (see also Fig. 4) may be a textile fabric
binding containing rubber or may be >any other
type of elastic binding which when stitched to
It is a characteristic feature of the present inven
tion that the garment body B is madefrom the
the front edges of the hood portion effects `a
two similarly dimensioned sheet patterns p and p',
superimposed one on the other, attached to each
gathering of these front edges such as to produce
a cupped and form-ñtting hood for the head of
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consisting of two similarly dimensioned sheet
the user, as is illustrated in Fig. 1 of the draw
patterns, one superimposed on the other, defin
ing in the garment assembly a hood section and
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(3) The body of the garment is then finished
ofi by attaching to the remaining front edges
f and f', and to the bottom edges b and b', of
the patterned sheets a binding strip 22, which is
a cape section, the region between the hood sec
tion and the cape section defining the neck of the
garment, each sheet pattern having a bottom
edge, a. rear edge and a front edge, the rear and
made of a material similar to the binding IQ strip
front edges converging and merging at the top,
(see also Fig. 3), and which binding strip is pref
erably stitched uninterruptedly by means of a
the two sheet patterns being united together
along their rear edges by a binding stitched there
to, the front edges at the hood section of the gar
ment having an elastic binding stitched thereto
and thereby producing a cupped and head fitting
line of stitching 24 along the front and rear edges.
f, b, b’ and and f’. The binding strip 22 termi-`
nates at its two ends at the neck Noi the 'gar- v.
ment. Preferably at these terminating ends the
binding strip ends are doubled over -and stitched- ‘_hood, thejfront edges together with the bottom
»'„edges at the `ca`pe section having a binding
to produce loop elements 26 and 28; and
lstitched therealong, and a tie string attached to
(4) The finaLñnishing touches are made by
f the neck of the garment forming a neckband.
I 2. A rain protective garment comprising a
attaching a tie string 30 at the garment neck to' .
produce a neckband and by forming the arm inf,V
body made of waterproof sheet material, said
serting loops 32, 32 at the front edges of the cape
section of the garment; This is accomplished 20 body consisting of two similarly dimensioned
sheet patterns, one superimposed on thev other,
merely >by encircling the neck N with a tape or
defining in the garment assembly a hood section
tie string 30, preferably lstitching the- same fto
and a cape section, the region between the hood
the rear binding strip.> IB as at 34 and drawing
orithreading the ends of the tie ystring through
section and the-cape section; defining the neck
of the garment,` each sheet pattern havingV a bot
the loops 26 and 28, the tie string then forming
tom edge, a rear edge and a frontedge, the rear
a draw string for the neck of the garment at
and front edges converging and merging at the
the neck of the user. The arm inserting loops
top, the two sheet patterns being united together
32, 32 are produced merely by attaching two
pieces of tape at their opposite ends to appro
along their rear edges by r a binding stitched
priate parts of the binding tape 22 at the front 30 thereto,- the front edges at the hood section of
edges of the cape section C of the garment.
the garment having stitched thereto an'unin
Therain protective garment of my present in
terrupted elastic binding terminating at the
garment neck and thereby producing- a cupped
vention, the manner of manufacturing the same,
and the advantages, »both manufacturing and
and head fitting hood, the front edges together
with the bottom edges at the cape section having
utilitarian, will -in the main be fully apparent
an uninterrupted binding stitched 'therealong
from the above-detailedv description thereof.
and a tie string attached to theneck of the gar
Being made from two similarly dimensioned sheet
ment forming a neckband. "
patterns, one superimposed on the other, the
3. The rain protective garment of claim 2 in
garment may be readily laid out in the flat not
withstanding th'e' gathering edges at the hood 40 which the last mentioned binding terminates in
section and maybe quickly andreadily -folded and
loops at the garment neck,l and the tie string
stitched to the rear binding is drawn through
refolded from this iiat condition into small con
fines >to producea correspondingly'small as well
as neat package for handbag or other storage use.
When unfolded and set-up for rainv protective
use, an attractive and fully functionable hood and
said loops.
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4. A rain protective garment comprising a
body made of waterproof sheet material, said
body consisting of two similarly dimensioned
sheet patterns, one superimposed on the other,
deñning in the garment assemblya hood section
and a cape section, the region between the hood
cape garment is obtained. The hood, byfdintl of
the constructiondescribed-closely fits the head
and face ofY the user, `maybe neatlycaused to
of the -user‘by »means of the draw stringl 30, v'and
maybe held to -the vbody of theuser'bythe user
section and the cape section defining the neck
of the garment, each sheet pattern having a
bottom edge, a> rear edgeand a front edge, the
inserting Vher-arms through lthe loops-formed by
the tape pieces £62,132.-y Thel garment is made by
rear and front edges converging> and merging
encircle> the neck and -be tucked under the chin>
the exceedinglysimple‘ manufacturingV operations _,
above sequentiallydescribed.
A garment is ob- '
>tained which has abinding ornament along all
‘of its kopen edges, the .ornamental binding .being
balanced by; the _binding Awhich ,secures` _together
the two patterned sheets out of Ywhich the >gar
mentismasìa.
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at the top, the two >sheet patterns being united
`together along theirl rear edges by a binding
stitched thereto, -the front edges'at the hood sec
tion of the ‘garment havingstitched thereto an
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elastic binding terminating vat* the garmenty neck
and thereby lproducing a, cupped and`head fit
ting hood, the front _edges togetherwith the
bottom edges at the cape section having a bind
It will be apparent that changes may be made
ing- stitched therealong, and terminatingl at the
in the described construction without departing
vfrom the spirit of the invention defined in the
garment neck in loops, a tie string attached at
the neck of the garment tothe rear bindingland
'drawn throughsaid loops,” and pieces attached
to the front bindings at the capev section deñn
‘following claims.
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1. - A rain protective garment comprising a body
made of waterproof sheet material,"said body
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arm'receiving loops.
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