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Oct- 29, 1946- J. J. KIS'PERT 2,410,082 VENTILATED CORSET Filed‘Oct. 25, 19-44’ 2 ' Shegts-Sheet 1 .nsip/v J. K/SPEA’T Oct. 29, 1946. J.‘ J. _K_ISPERT I 2 VENTILATED CORSET Filed Oct. ‘25, 1944 I 2 Shéets-Sheet? 2,410,082 Patented Oct. 29, 1946 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,410,082 VENTILATED CORSET Joseph‘ J. Kispert, Branford, Conn. Application October 25, 1944, Serial No. 560,223 7 Claims. (Cl. 2-27) 1 ' 2 This invention relates to ‘apparel and more particularly to a corset, girdle, or similar gar ment, it being one object of the. invention to pro vide a garment of this character having a vest provided with a portion formed of thin porous fabric so that perspiration may quickly evaporate instead of being absorbed and remaining in the reinforced'seanis or stays 5, the outer closure ?aps being releasably held against the vest sections person’s body and be free from wrinkles. fabric and forming horizontally extending upper when closed by laces 6 which are laced back and forth between the closure ?aps in the usual man ner and may be passed through lacing loops 'i shown in Fig. 1, or engaged'with lacing hooks 7’, shown in Figs. 6 and '7. It will be understood that the invention is not limited to the speci?c type elastic fabric now used and causing the rubber in of corset or girdle illustrated in the drawings, as the fabric to deteriorate and lose its elasticity. Another object of the invention is to provide the ll) the improved vest sections 3 may be incorporated in any such garment including in its construction garment with a vest having a section of thin fab vest sections and overlying closure portions. ric located between upper and lower sections of In the embodiment of the invention illustrated elastic fabric which impart transverse elasticity in Figs. 1 through 5‘, each of the improved vest to the vest so that it may be stretched when the sections has horizontally extending upper and Vest sections are laced or hooked to each other lower bands or strips 8 and 9 formed‘of elastic and all portions of the vest ?t close against a and lower portions of the vest. A reinforced fab ric strip 10 extends vertically between front ends the thin stretchable sections of the vest that they will be disposed over portions of the ‘body adja-' 20 of the elastic bands 8 and 9 to which it is ?rmly sewed in straddling relation thereto, as shown cent the navel of the wearer of the garment, in Figs. 4 and 5, and the strips Ill of the two Vest this being the portion of the body Where the sections carry fastener members H by means of greatest amount of perspiration occurs. which the vest sections are detachably'held in Another object of the invention is to provide ventilation sections which may be incorporated 25 engagement with each other. While the vest sections have been shown connected with each in a corset or girdle of conventional formation other by fasteners consisting of studs and eyes, and thus make it unnecessary to provide a corset it will be understood that other types of fas of special construction in order to accommodate teners or lacings may be used. the ventilation sections. 30 Between the upper and lower horizontally ex In the accompanying drawings: tending elastic strips or hands 8 and‘ 9, each vest Fig. 1 is a front elevation of a girdle formed in section has a ventilating section l2 formed of accordance with the invention. a sheet of thin porous fabric. This-sheet of ma Fig. 2 is a fragmentary perspective view of a terial has its inner side edge portion sewed into portion of the girdle shown in Fig. 1. the stay 5 and its outer side edge portion SEWcd Fig. 3 is a sectional view on the line 3-3 of into the inner side edge portion of the strip iii. Fig. 1. Upper and lower ends of the sheet [2 are gath Fig. 4 is a transverse sectional View on the line ered to form vertical crimps shown in Figs. 1 and ‘1-4 of Fig. 1. 4, and these crimped ends of the sheet are sewed Fig. 5 is a view similar to Fig. 4, showing the stretchable section of the vest extended and the 40 flat against inner faces of the elastic bands by zigzag lines of stitching I3 which permit the ven outer ?ap laid over towards its position of ?nal tilating sheet or section l2 to be extended from adjustment. the position shown in Fig. 4, to the extended po Fig. 6 is a front elevation of a girdle having a sition shown in Fig. 5. Therefore, when the cor modi?ed construction. Fig. '7 is a perspective view of one side of the 45 set is applied and pull exerted upon the strips it to engage the fasteners H with each other, modi?ed form of girdle. the vest sections may be extended transversely Fig. 8 is a sectional view on the line 8—8 of and when pull upon the connected strips is re Fig. 6. leased, the bands 8 and 9 may contractand hold Fig. 9 is a sectional view on the line’ 9-9 of 50 the vest sections in- close ?tting engagement with Fig. 6. the wearer of the corset. The ventilating sec This improved ventilating corset has a body I tions or sheets l'2 are disposed against the wear including side sections 2 which extend toward the er’s abdomen in the vicinity of the navel and front and, at their front edges carry vest sections since this is the portion of the body where per 3 and outer closure portions or flaps 4 which are connected with the side sections of the body by 55 spiring takes place to a great extent, the per Another object of the invention is to so locate 2,410,082 3 spiration will be absorbed by the sheets of fabric tending bands of elastic fabric and a vertically ' instead of by the fabric having elastic therein, and the vest sections will not deteriorate, due to the rubber in the elastic fabric rotting. Air may pass through the thin fabric sheets l2 and cause extending strip secured to front ends of the elastic bands, and a sheet of thin porous fabric secured along its upper and lower ends to the elastic bands and along its side edges to the vertical strip and the body and constituting a ventilating them to dry quickly and this will also allow per section extensible and contractable with the spiration absorbed by the fabric sheets to evap elastic bands. orate quickly. 3. A corset comprising a body open at the In Figs. 6 through 9, there has been illustrated a modi?ed construction wherein each of the vest 10 front and having vest sections detachably en gageable with each other and outer closure por sections has upper and lower bands I4 and i5 tions overlying the vest sections and adapted to of elastic fabric corresponding to the bands 3 be releasably held closed in flat covering engage and 9 in Figs. 1 and 2 and a vertical strip It ment with the vest sections, said vest sections corresponding to the strip H1 and carrying fas tener members IT. The ventilating portions it 15 each- having upper and lower horizontally ex tending elastic bands, a vertically extending front of the vest sections are formed of thin porous strip having fastener means and a sheet of thin fabric and consist of inner and outer sheets l9 fabric secured along its margins to the horizontal having a mesh-like weave. These sheets of strips and the vertical strip and constituting a porous fabric are cut on the bias, as shown in ventilating section for the vest. Figs. 6 and '7, and are sewed along their sides 4. A'corset comprising a body open at the into the stay 5 and the vertical strip It, and, front and having vest sections detachably en without being gathered, sewed onto the inner gageable with each other and outer closure por faces of the elastic bands l4 and I5 by lines of tions. overlying the vest sections and adapted to zig zag stitching 2!}. Since the sheets of fabric it are sewed to the elastic bands by zigzag lines 25 be releasably held closed in flat covering engage ment with the vest sections, said vest sections of stitching, and are cut on the bias, they may each having upper and lower horizontally ex expand with the elastic bands and, since they tending elastic bands, a vertically extending are of a mesh-like weave, air may freely pass front strip having fastener means, and a sheet of through them and cause perspiration to quickly evaporate. 30 thin fabric secured along its side edges to the vertical strip and to the body of the corset and After the vest sections have been connected having its upper and lower edges gathered and by their inter-engaging fastener members, the secured along the elastic bands whereby it may outer flaps or closure portions are brought for be extended and contracted with the elastic , ward and drawn tightly into place by their lac bands. 35 ings and, since the vest sections have elastic 5. A corset comprising a body open at its front .bands, they may contract as the outer flaps are tightened. and having vest sections detachably engageable with each other and outer closure portions over~ While the upper and lower strips of the vest lying the vest sections and adapted to be releas sections which serve to support the upper dia~ phragm and the lower abdomen have been shown 40 ably held closed in ?at covering engagement with the vest sections, said vest sections each substantially horizontal it will be understood that having upper and lower horizontally extending they may extend diagonally. It will also be un elastic bands, and a sheet of thin porous fabric derstood that the thin sections may be formed constituting a ventilating section for the vest and of fabrics other than those mentioned which will having its upper and lower ends gathered and permit expansion and contraction with the elastic sewed along the elastic bands whereby it may upper and lower strips. expand and contract with the elastic bands. Having thus described the invention, what is 6. A corset comprising a body open at the claimed is: front and having vest sections detachably en l. A corset comprising a body open at the gageable with each other and outer closure por front and having closure portions and vest sec- ' tions overlying the vest sections and adapted to tions overlapped thereby, means for securing the be releasably held closed in flat contacting en closure portions together and stretched flat in gagement with the vest sections, said vest sec compressing-engagement with the vest sections, tions each having upper and lower horizontally said vest sections each having horizontally ex tending upper and lower elastic strips secured at ‘ their rear ends. a vertical front strip secured extending elastic bands a vertically extending front strip having fastener means, and a sheet of thin porous fabric constituting a ventilating sec tion for the vest, said sheet being sewed along its sides and its upper and lower ends to the verti along front ends of the upper and lower strips with its lower portion extending below the lower elastic strip, a sheet of extensible porous fabric cal strip and the body and the elastic bands and secured along its margins to the upper and lower 60 being cut on the bias whereby it may be extended strips and to the vertical strip and the body and and contracted with the elastic bands. 7 being extensible and contractable with the elastic '7. A corset comprising a body having a vest upper and lower strips, and means for detach and closure portions adapted to be held closed in ably connecting the vertical strips of the Vest covering relation to the vest, said vest having a sections with each other. ventilating portion disposed in position to bear 2. A corset comprising a body open at the against the abdomen of a person wearing the front and having vest sections detachably en corset and comprising upper and lower horizon gageable with each other and outer closure por tally extending elastic bands, and a sheet of tions overlying the vest sections and adapted to porous fabric secured along its upper and lower be releasably held closed in ?at covering engage 70 edges to the elastic bands and extensible and ment with the vest sections, said vest sections contractable with the elastic bands. each having upper and lower horizontally ex JOSEPH J. KISPERT.