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Feb. 12, 1963
s. 'r. SHEARS
3,077,020
TWO PIECE BUCKLE
Filed Oct. 22. 1959
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United States Patent O?ice
3,877,820
Patented Feb. 12, 1963
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24 between the bight of the said loop of the strap 12
and the plane of the frame 11 and placing the engaging
TWO PHEQE BUCKLE
Stuart T. S. ears, Beinsont, Mass., assign-or to ‘United-Carr
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass, a corporation
leg 26 of the bar 18 on the opposite side of a connect
ing leg 16 from that on which the base leg 24 lies. Push
ing
the bight 22 of the bar 18 toward the said supporting
of Delaware
leg 16 will cam the tab 28 toward the base leg 24, allow
Filed Get. 22, 1959., tier. No. 847,984
ing the said connecting leg 16 to pass the tab 28, which
1 Ciaim. (Cl. 24-77)
Will then return to its original position locking the said
This invention relates generally to buckles and has
leg between the apex 30 of the tab 28 and the bight
particular reference to an improved slide buckle for straps 10 portion 22. At this point, it should be: obvious that
on garments and the like.
The primary object of the invention is to provide a
two piece buckle of a frame and bar construction which
is designed to be easily, inseparably, snapped together
the strap 12 is looped over the bar 18 and also runs on
the opposite side of both of the gripping legs 14 from
that of the loop of the strap 12 as shown in FIGS. 6 and
7. The base leg 24, of course, must be of sufficient
when it is applied to the garment.
15 length so that the engagement of the buckle 18 with the
strap 12 will rest the terminal end 20 of the bar 18 against
‘Other objects of the invention will, in part, be obvious,
the surface of the opposite supporting leg 16 from that
and will, in part, appear hereinafter.
engaged by the tab 28. The strap 12 and buckle 10
In the drawing:
can now be used, for example, as a shoulder strap in
FIG. 1 is a plan view of the frame of the applicant’s
20 a pair of children’s overalls by engaging the stud 32 to
buckle;
a socket (not shown) on the waistband of the overalls.
FIG. 2 is a plan view of the bar of the buckle;
The applicant’s device may be varied in many ways to
FIG. 3 is a side elevation of the bar shown in FIG. 2;
accomplish the desired result. In FIG. 9, it is shown
FIG. 4 is a plan view of the frame and bar engaged
that the tab 28b can be sheared from the engaging leg
to each other;
FIG. 5 is a section taken on line 5-5 of FIG. 4;
25 26 instead of the base leg 24 as disclosed in FIG. 3 and
FIG. 5. The tab 281) protrudes into the area between
FIG. 6 is a plan view of the buckle applied to a strap;
the engaging leg 26 and the base leg 24 as in applicant’s
FIG. 7 is a plan view of the opposite side of FIG. 6;
FIG. 8 is a section similar to FIG. 5 showing a varia
original embodiment.
Another variation of applicant’s device is disclosed in
tion of the buckle; and
FIG. 9 is a section similar to FIG. 5 showing still 30 FIG. 8 wherein the terminal end of the engaging leg 26
is bent back upon itself to form a tab 28a. In this case
another variation of the buckle.
the tab 28a is similar in many respects to the tab 28b
Referring to the drawing, there is illustrated a buckle
except that no shearing operation is necessary to form
10 which is adapted to be attached to a strap 12 without
it. In both mentioned variations engagement with the
the necessity of threading the strap 12 through the
35 frame is accomplished by the camming of the tab 2% or
buckle 10.
28b toward the engaging leg and after the engaging leg
The buckle 10 comprises a frame 11 having two
gripping legs 14 in spaced parallel relationship and con
nected at their terminal ends by a pair of supporting legs
has passed over the terminal end of the said tab 280: or
2811, the tab springs back to its original position, locking
the frame inseparably to the bar. The protuberances
16 as shown in FIG. 1. The geometric form of the frame
11 may be triangular, arced, or some other form which 40 38a and 38b are identical with the protuberances 38
shown in the ?rst form of the applicant’s device.
will allow a straight portion for engagement of the bar
Since certain other obvious modi?cations may be made
18. Applicant has illustrated the use of a square frame
in this device without departing from the scope of the
11. A series of protuberances 38 may he formed on
invention, it is intended that all matter contained herein
each of the gripping legs 14 to assist in holding the strap
45 be interpreted in an illustrative and not in a limited sense.
12 as shown in FIGS. 1 and 4.
I claim:
The bar 18 is a ?at strip of metal or other semi-rigid
A pair of buckle elements adapted to engage a belt or
material, such as found in certain plastics, slightly tapered
the like, comprising a separate frame provided with an
at its terminal end 20 and having its other terminal end
opening and a separate ?at bar of less width than said
bent back on itself to form a bight portion 22 and a
base leg 24 and an engaging leg 26. The base leg 24 is 50 opening, said bar bent back on itself to form a base leg,
a bight portion, a fastening means adapted to engage a
longer than the engaging leg 26 and in spaced relation
belt or the like and adapted to lie within said opening,
thereto as best illustrated in FIG. 3. A triangular shaped
an engaging leg, and snap fastener means adapted to lie
tab 28 is formed from the base leg 24 having its apex
within the area de?ned by said frame and to lock said
30 protruding into the area formed between the said
base leg 24 and engaging leg 26. The said apex 30 of 55 bar to said frame.
the tab 28 points toward the plane of the bight 22. A
stud 32 may be formed from the base leg 24 protruding
toward the plane of the engaging leg 26.
The tab 28 could be a protuberance or the free end
of the engaging leg 26 formed to hook behind the frame 60
as disclosed in FIGS. 8 and 9.
To engage the buckle 10 with a strap 12, the strap
12 is laid across the gripping legs 14 in contact with the
protuberances 38, as illustrated in FIGS. 1, 4, 6, and 7.
The strap 12 in the area formed by the frame is pushed 65
down between the gripping legs 14 to form a loop be
yond the plane of the frame 11. The bar 18 is then
engaged to the frame 11 by placing the said base leg
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