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oct. 8, 1946.
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A. FRIEDMAN
I �8,840
REMOVABLE SHOULDER PAD
Filed Oct. 7, 1944
INVEN TOR.
'� � 29526L F�
BY
Patented Oct. 8, 1946
2,408,840
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,408,840
REMOVABLE SHOULDER. PAD
Abraham Friedman, New York, N. Y.
Application Gotober 7, 1944', Ser頰lNo; 557,603
1 Claim. (Cl. 2-268)
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2
This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in a removable shoulder pad.
Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view of the shoul
der pad taken on the line 3-3 of Fig. 1.
More speci馽ally, the invention proposes the
construction of a removable shoulder pad of any
desired shape or size which may be removably
'
Fig. 4 is a perspective view of the pad 駆ler,
per se.
5
mounted in a dress, coat or other similar gar
Y
Fig. 5 is a plan view similar to Fig. 2 but illus
trating a modi馽ation of the invention.
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ment to shape and form the shoulder parts of the
Fig. 6 is a side elevational View of the pad filler,
garment.
per se, as constructed for use in the modi馽ation
Still further, it is proposed to characterize the
oi the invention shown in Fig. 5.
removable shoulder pad by a pocket-like casing 10
Fig. 7 is another view similar to Fig. 2 but` illus
having a projecting flange portion provided with
trating a still further modification of the inven
fastening elements adapted to be engaged with
tion.
complementary fastener elements in the shoulder
Fig. 8 is a vertical sectional View taken on the
portion of the garment to removably mount the
line 8--8 of Fig. ?7.
casing in position.
15
The removable shoulder pad, according to this
Still another object of the invention proposes
invention, includes a pocket-like casing Il)
characterizing the fastener elements by comple
formed of abasewall I I and a top wall' I2. These
walls l I and I2 are stitched together along their
mentary buttons and buttonholes or snap fasten
er elements.
edges at the sides of one end by a line of stitches
Still another object of the .invention proposes 20 i3. A second line of stitches I4 is extended along
providing the pocket-like casing with a mouth
the side and same end of the walls II and I2
dividing off a 馻nge I5.
into which a pad filler is adapted to be inserted
for imparting bulk to the shoulder pad.
The free end of the top wall I2 is secured to a
Still another object of the invention proposes
vertical end Wall l5. This end wall I6 is secured
constructing the shoulder pad in such a manner 25 in position by means of a line of stitches I'I and
has its free edge depended downwards to meet
that the pad filler may be removed from the
interior of the casing permitting the casing to be
the free end of the base wall I2 and form a mouth
opening I3 leading to the interior of the casing.
cleaned or laundered independently of the pad
The removable 駆ler pad I9 is adapted to be
駆ler.
Still another object of the invention proposes 30 inserted into the casing l0 through the mouth
constructing the pad filler of separable pad sec
opening I8. The pad 駆ler I9 consists of an outer
tions which are adapted to be adjusted to give
cloth casing 2?! having its interior filled with a
filler material 2 I. The pad filler I9 is adapted to
the appearance of more or less bulk material
within. the pocket-like casing.
be removed through the mouth opening I8, per
Another object of this invention, in a modiiied : mitting the casing I0 to be cleaned or laundered
independently of the pad 駆ler.
form thereof, proposes the provision of a means
Fastening elements are mounted upon the
for releasably closing the mouth opening of the
pocket-like casing to prevent the accidental dis
charge of the pad from the casing.
It is a further object of this invention to con
struct a removable shoulder pad which is sim
ple and durable and which can be manufactured
and sold at a reasonable cost.
flange I5 for engaging complementary fastening
elements on the shoulderportion of a dress, coat
40 or other garment for holding the shoulder pad in
position. In this 駌st form of the invention the
fastener elements are characterized by buttons 22
mounted at spaced positions upon the 馻nge I5
and engaged with complementary buttonholes
For further comprehension of the invention, 45 on the'garment.
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and of the objects and advantages thereof, ref
In the modification of the invention shown in
erence will be had to the following description
Figs. 5 and 6 the construction of the removable
and accompanying drawing, and to the appended
shoulder pad is similar to that previously de
claim in which the various novel features of the
scribed except that the fastener elements on the
invention are more particularly set forth.
50 flange I5 comprise stud snap fastener elements
ln the accompanying drawing forming a ma
22? which are adapted to be engaged` with com
terial part of this disclosure:
plementary socket snap fastener elements mount
Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a shoulder pad
ed on the garment.
The pad 駆ler I9? in this form of the invention
constructed in accordance with this invention.
55 is also of a slightly different construction. The
Fig. 2 is a plan view of Fig. 1.
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pad filler I9? in this form of the linvention com
prises separate pad sections 23 which have their
adjacent ends securely attached together by
means of a. line of stitches 24.
Means is pro
vided for adjustably connecting together the op
posite ends of the pad sections 23 permitting these
to be held in various spaced positions to change
the thickness of the pad filler I9'.
a complementary button 29 mounted on the base
wall II. When the button 29 is engaged with
the buttonhole 28 as shown in Fig. 8 the mouth
opening I8 will be closed and .the pad I8 will be
retained in position therein. It is possible to dis
engage the button 29 from the buttonhole 28
to free the mouth opening I8 to permit the re
moval of .the pad I8 when desired.
In other respects this form of the invention
This adjustable connection comprises adja
cent pieces of whale bone having their outer
edges securely attached to the ends of the pad
is similar to that previously shown and like ref
from.
' In this form of the invention the end wall I6
ed on said flange for engaging complementary
fastening elements formed on a garment for
erence numerals identify like parts in each of
the several views.
sections 23. The adjacent edges of these whale
While I have illustrated and described the pre
bones 25 are frictionally connected together by
ferred embodiments of my invention, it is to be
means of pins 26. These pins 26 pass through
elongated slots 27 in the bones 25 permitting 15 understood that I do not limit myself to the pre
cise constructions herein disclosed and the right
them to be adjusted with relation to each other.
is reserved to all changes and modi馽ations com
The removable mounting of the pad filler with
ing within ,the scope of the invention as de駈ed
in the pocket-like casing I0 permits its removal
in the appended claim.
from the pocket-like casing to permit the pad
20 Y Having thus described my invention, what I
sections 23 to be adjusted as desired.
In other respects this form of the invention is
claim as new, and desire to secure by United
similar to that previously shown and like refer
States Letters Patent is:
ence numerals identify like parts in each of the
A removable shoulder pad, comprising a. pock
et-like casing having a, flange portion extending
several views.
In the modified form of the invention dis 25 along the sides at one end and at the other end
closed in Figs. '7 and 8 the construction of the
having a vertical end wall meeting the base wall
shoulder pad is similar to that illustrated in Fig.
of said casing forming a, mouth for said casing, a
l except for the provision of a means for re
pad 駆ler Within said casing and engaging said
leasably closing the mouth opening I8 to prevent
vertical end Wall and removable through said
the accidental discharge of the pad iiller I9 there 30 mouth, and releasable fastening elements mount
of the casing I0 is formed with a downwardly
holding the shoulder pad in position, said pad
projected portion I6� which is bent under to ex
filler comprising an outer casing, and 駆ler ma
tend along the bottom face of the base wall II 35 terial within said casing.
of the casing I8. 'I'his bent under portion I6a
is provided with a buttonhole 28 engageable with
ABRAHAM FRIEDMAN.
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