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Publication numberUS1033047 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 16, 1912
Filing dateSep 26, 1910
Priority dateSep 26, 1910
Publication numberUS 1033047 A, US 1033047A, US-A-1033047, US1033047 A, US1033047A
InventorsJulius L Cabelinsky
Original AssigneeJulius L Cabelinsky
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
US 1033047 A
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1,03 3,047. Patented July 16, 1912.




' Specification of Letters Patent.

PatentedJuly 16, 1912'.

Application fi1ed Septembef 26, 1910. Serial No. 583,731.

To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, JUL Ius L. GABEL-' INSKY, a citizen of the United States, and'a resident of Roxbury, county of- Suffolk, State of Massachusetts, have. invented-an Improvement in, lVearing- Apparel, of which the following description, in connection with the accompanying drawing, is a specification, like characters on the drawing representing like parts. (l

This invention relates to wearing apparel and pertains more particularly towearing' apparel to be worn overv the'outer garments,

rolled into the collar. Fig-6 is an enlarged central vertical section through the hood when rolled into the collar. 7 is 'a de- Fig. 7.

- style illustrated tail vertical section through the center of the hood, and ig. 8 is a modification of Referring tojthefigures, I may use any suitable garment, of anydesired material to cover thebody from the neck to the feet or I may use any coat length and omitthat part of the garment-that incases the lower limbs.

For a gentlemans garment I prefer the thereto. I This garment may be made entirely rubber or a fabric that has'been rendered waterproof.

In Figs. land 2"the bbdy 1c of the at..

ment is provided with trousers 11 held down about thelimbs by straps 12 passing under; the arch of the foot, audit is also provided with the usual sleeves 13. The body 10 may be fastened aboutthe person at the front 14. by means of buttons'or fasteners 15 of any desired form. A collar 18 provided with an under lap 19 is stitched to the body- 10.1: Snap fasteners keep the collar closed about the throat and n'eck "as seen most clearly in Figs.-l-and-3. g p v The 'h'ood. 20 illustrated, may be of any municates with the space 25.

but I am not limited" desired material and style adapted'to cover the entirehead and be snugly drawn about the face. This hood in its preferred form consists of an outer and inner wall 21 and 22 respectively.

These walls are securelyjoined together at the edge 23 and at-the bottom and neck band or collar at 24,1eavingthere'between a space or chamber 25, see

Fig. 7, for a purposeto be hereinafter de-' scribed.

5 The hood'20 is not securedto the collar throughout its length aboutthe neck, but is secured to the collar only across substantially the backportion of the collar. The lower side edges of the hood 20 are not stitched to the collar 18 but are provided with extensions or flaps 28 that are, adapted to drawthe hood snugly about the head and face and the hood'is then fastened to the sidesand front of the collar by-Ineans of the snap fasteners 30, see,Figs. 1, 2 and3; An air valve 32 of any suitable construction is placed in any desired position in the outer wall 21 of. the hood and said valve com- Thl'S air valveis used to inflate the hood when the garment is worn. The hood may be inflated either before or after the hood-is'drawn over-thehead.

F'g. 8, wherein the space 25 as illustrated may be lnflated with air or said space may be filled with anysuitable cushioning ma-,

terial as for" instance, curled hair or cotton wadding." This'inodified form is illustrated as-quilted substantially horizontally about I the head therebyforming separate horizon for a purpose hereinafterdetal chambers scribed. ,1

When it is desired towear the garment, g,

the'hood to cover the head,

without using theflaps28 are detached fromthe fasteners '30 she thehood is thrown back as'in Figs. 2

and d'without loosening'theollar 18. *When in this position the hood may prove cumbersome and objectionable, especially if during" a rain orsnows'torm the wearer happens to wvear 'or desires a ditferentkhead covering.

This liood'is adapted to be rolledjupand turned-down over the collar thus givingthe effect of a finished roll collara Thisis done in the'followi'ng-inannerj the hood illus trzited in Fig.' 7 is deflated and' thefiaps 28 are pulled off thefasteners 30. The hood is then dropped back flat against the wearers shoulders and flattened thereagains't. The

collar. A finishing strip or band 34: withinthe hood, see Figs. 6 and 7'will now be on the outside of the hood as in Fig. 6 and the hood will lie beneath the said band. Fasteners 35 on the collar 18 engage the sockets 36 on said band and thereby hold the hood and collar in place, see Fig. 6. The collar in Fig. 6 appears large and bulky, but this is due to the difficulty ofillustratingthe dif ferent folds or thicknesses of material in a view as small as Fig. 6.

'In Fig. 8 the hood need not be deflated if airis used within the space as the folding will take place along the stitching 39.

Thus the air will not be rolled into the last fold when the hood is rolled into the collar.

I ofmy invention, but it is to be understood.

The stitching also serves to anchor any other filling material within the'space 25 and pre- .vent bunching and all folding will take place along the lines of stitching.

By means of theconstructions described andillustrated, I provide a head covering that gives Warmth and is 'a protection to the head.

The entire garme'ntbeing of waterproof material aifords alight, dry, and comfort-- 35 able garment adapted to a wide variety of uses where it is desired to protect the cloth- I ingand head from dampness and dirt.

The protecting hood permits a person to lie with his'head on the ground or floor without, physical discomfort while making repairs or alterations'under an automobile,

and it also serves to protect the head of an aviator or any person engaged in trades or pursuits where there is danger of articles coming in sudden contact with the head as ness. e

I have described herein one embodiment well as protect the headfrom rain or dampthat the, latter is not essentially limited to the specific details of construction and organization, of said embodiment, since .the, samemay be varied without departing from the proper scope of the claims.

Claims. i 1. In a garment of the class described,

comprising, a body covering, ahead covering integral with said body coveringacross the back of the neck band and free from the sides thereof, detachable means on the side of said head covering to secure the same to the sides of the neck band on the body covering'and means for concealing thehead covering. p w

2. In a-garment of the class. described, comprising a body covering, a collar therefor, a head covering integral with the saidcollar across-the back and free from the sldes thereof and fasteners on the sides of sald head covering to secure the sameto the sides of the collar, and an extension on said collar adapted to turn out to conceal there beneath the said head covering.

8. In a garment of theclass described comprising, in combination, a' body covering, a neck band therefor, fasteners on the sides of saidneck band, a hood secured to the back of said neck band andfree from the sides thereof, flaps on the sides of the hood,

fasteners on saidflaps to engage the fasteners on the neck band, and acushion on said hood.

4. Int a. garment of the class described comprising, in combination, a body covering,

aneck band therefor, fasteners on the sides of said neck band, a hood secured to the back of said neck band and free from the sides thereof, a compartment in said hood,*a1

cushioning material in said compartment, flaps on the sides of sald hood, fasteners on sald flaps to engage the fasteners on the sides of the neck band, .and a valve on said hood through which the cushioning material is introduced into thecompartment said hood.

5. In 'a garment of the class described comprising, in combination, a body covering, 1

a neck band therefor, fasteners on the, sides of said neck band, a hood secured to the back of said neck band, aplurality of compartments' in said hood, cushioning material in said compartments, flaps on the sides of' said hood, fasteners on said flaps to engage the fasteners on the sides of the neck band,

and means on said neck band to roll the hood beneath the same. I

In testimony whereof, I have'slgned'my name to this specification, in the presence of two subscribing witnesses. i


Witnesses- I AnoNzo H. GARonLoN, WVILLIAM E. Snow.

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U.S. Classification2/84, 2/202
Cooperative ClassificationA41D2200/20