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Publication numberUS1426024 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 15, 1922
Filing dateMar 9, 1921
Priority dateMar 9, 1921
Publication numberUS 1426024 A, US 1426024A, US-A-1426024, US1426024 A, US1426024A
InventorsThureson John A
Original AssigneeThureson John A
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Hunting and fishing jacket
US 1426024 A
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J. A. THURESON. HUNT-ING AND FISHING JACKET. APPLscATIoN FILED MAR. 9, 1921.

Patented Aug. l5, 1922.

Joana. rnonnson. orno'anza, CALIFORNIA.

noname Annrrsnrnemcnn'r.

application mea maren e, v1.921.; serial no'. 450.811.' n

Eureka, in the county of Humboldt and State of California, have invented new and useful Improvements in Hunting and Fishingy Jackets, of which the following is a specification.

This invention relates to improved hunting coats.

@ne object of the invention is to provide a hunting coat which includes a game pocket capable of carrying quarry, which pocket may -be reached by either hand of the wearer, while the coat is in position, said pocket extending the. full width of the back of the coat.

A further-object is to provide a huntin coat vin which a game pocket is lso locate that the weight of the contents will fall on the shoulders and be supportedon the hips of the wearer, thus making it possible tocarry game without the-use of the hands therefor or-any additional haversack.A

A further object of the invention is to provide a Vhunting jacket having front pockets whichare strong and large, and

which are low ,enough to be conveniently accessible and which yield with the movements of the wearer and thus not hinder the leg movements of the wearer.

The above and other features of the invention are made possible by the particular configuration' of the parts and the manner of securing these partstogether, all of which details contribute to the invention.

These features and details are described and claimed in the following specification and claims and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which- Fig. 1 illustrates a front perspective view of the coat in position and as worn.

l Fig. 2 is a rear view in perspective show-` ing'the side construction and manner of attachment of the upper end and of the back pocket wall; and

Fig. 3 is a view of the bottom of the back game pocket, 'looking upward, `and illustrating the extensible wall construction of the pocket` and the ventilating'openings therein. Referring in detail to the figures of the drawings, 1 indicates the continuous body member of water-proofed cloth or other suitable material which rovides a main front -portion covering t e trunk of the body, and extends over the shoulders and is continued rearwardly and downwardly to provide a back portion which `covers the entire back ,of the wearer down to a point below the hips. The' marginal edges of the garment are suitably bound with leather or Speeileatoii of Letters lvPatent." i Patented Aug. i5, 1922..`

other durable material, as indicated at 1"?.

'Fastening means 1b are provided for securing to ether the front and rear portions at the walst, and such means include adjustable l flexible -strap connections and lsnap hooks and rings for providing ease ofadjustment.

An opening 2 is indicated through which the head of the wearer is introduced when Ehe hunting coat is being placed in posiion.

Referring in particular-to the front construction of the garment as illustrated in Fig. 1, it will be noted that the main front body portion is continued downwardly to a point below the fastening-means 1b and to a point about at the hips, and thence. downward the garment is bifurcated and extends to a point about as low as the crotch. An

outer-member of similar material to that of the body portion 1 is indicated at Sand extends from an upper portion on the chest downwardly to substantially cover the entire configuration of the body .portion 1.

The front portion 3 is sewed to the portion 1 at 4 to provide the pockets 5, and is further stitched at 6 to firmly bind 4the outer portion 3 to the underneath main portion 1. The outer portion' 3 is likewise bifurcated at a middle point as indicated at 7 and extends downwardly and is secured at itsV edges to provide the pockets 8. Openings for the pockets 8 are indicated at 9 and are provided by cutting away a portion ofthe member 3 and merely bindin the edge of this portion and not sewing this pocket edge to the main front` portion 1. The details of construction specified provide flap pockets which move readily to conform'to the movements of the wearer. This is indicated in the position of the right pocket as shown in sturdy construction.4

possible to divide the weight or 'the contents of theflap pockets equally on the Jfront wall. and the. back wall of the pockets, the sewing indicated at 6 providingjnr this The rear portion of the coat is;- provided with a rear pocket :termed by a rear outer wall member l which is secured at its side and bottom edges to the corresponding lower side and bottom edges ora the main back porl tion l, this bein effected by use of van extension strip il which is sewed to the respective l ment'and is detachably secured by means of peculiar mounting 4 i weight oit the contents thereof in part on the a snap hook 13 to a ring la secured to the upper portion of the member i above the shoulders of the garment. @ther suitable fastening means may be suited for 'the hook and ring, 0but the invention includes ease of detachment so that the pocket may be opened to its full width at-the top i'or the removal or introduction of game or other articles which may be conveniently carried in this single large pocket. The construction and ci the pocket places the shoulders and in part on the hips or the wearer. The latter effect is obtained because of the length ot the coat, the point of fasten- -ing of the lateral fastening means lb and the iaCtt-hat the outer wall ofthe pocket is supported on the upper end or" the main back portion of the garment. This provides a remarkably easy manner o'fcarrying a 'subn stantial weight.Y i l 1 Changes in the materials of construction Vandthesubstitution ci? one detachable fastoning means for another may be made without departing from the scope of the invention. 1 Ylt claim:

'1. lin a garment adapted to hang from the shoulders before and behind, a back portion extending .below the hipsfand laterally the width of the back, a pocket open atjthe top and extendin the ywidth of said back ortion, said poc et includingan outer wallpex v tending the width of said back portion and vupwar vupper end tapered and secured to the y from the loweredge thereof to a point between the shoulders, and yhavin its ack portion at a middle point on the shoulders thereof. 'l y 2. lin agarment adapted to hang from the shoulders before and behind, a back portion extending below the hips and laterally the width of. the back, a pocket open at the top and extending the width of said back portion, said pocket including an outer wall extending the width of said back portion and upwardly from the loweredge'thereof, and havingits up er 'end detachably secured to the back portion at a middle point on the shouldersthereof.

3. ln a garment adapted to hang from d. ln a garment adapted to hang from the shoulders before and behind, a back portion extending below the hips and laterally the width of the back, a pocket open at the top and extending thev width of said back portion, said pocket including an outer wall'extending the width of said back portion and upwardly from lthe lower edge thereof, and an extension member connecting the bottom and side edges of said back portion and said outer pocket wall and constituting the Sides and bottom of said pocket, said outer pocket wall having its upper end provided with an upwardly extending tapered portion secured ata middle .point in said back portion.l

dln a garment adapted to hang from the shoulders before and behind,and having the iront portion detachably secured to the back portion by suitable :fastening means .located at the sidesof the garment, Aa main front portion covering the entire iron-tof the body to a point adjacent the waist and at least as low as the point of the fastening means, thence biturcated at the middle and i edges to the edges of said aps and extending upwardly and secured tosaid" main front portion, said front walls of said pockets bem free from saidmain body portion at a pomtadjacent the upper lateral edge to rovide an .opening foreach respective poc et.

6. lln a garment 'adapted to hang fromr the shoulders before and behind, and having the front ortion detachably secured to the back portion by suitable fastening means located at the sides of the garment, a main front portion covering the entire front of the body to a point adjacent the waist and not lower than the hips, and thence bifurcated at the middle and continued downwardly to a point about the level of the crotch, as two separate flap members const-ituting the back walls of two separate pockets, and a front wall member for each` pocket secured at its lower and lateral edges to the respective edges of the pocket flaps and extending upwardly to the point of bifurcation, and thence upwardly to substantially cover the main front member, said wall member being secured at its edges to the main front member, and said front wall member being free from said main body portion at a point adjacent the hips to provide an opening for each respective pocket.

7. In a garment adapted to hang from the shoulders Abefore and behind, a back portion extending below the hips and laterally the width of the back, a pocket open at the -top and extending the width of said back portion, said pocket including an outer wall extending theA width of said back por-v a front walll face for each respectiveA pocket secured at its edgesto .the edges' of said iaps andi-"extending*upwardly and securedl to said main front portion, said front walls of ,said pockets being free from said main body portion at a pointadjacent the upper lateral edge to provide an opening for each respective pocket.

.8. In a garment adapted to hang from the Qshoulders before and behind, a back portion extending below the hips and laterally the width of the back, a pocket open at the top and extending the width of said back portion, said pocket including an outer wall extending the width of said back portion and from the lower edge thereof upwardly, a front portion detachably secured at the sides of the garment to the back portion by suitably fastening means, said main front portion covering the entire front of the body to a point adjacent the waist and not lower than the hips, and thence bifurcated at the, middle and continued downwardly to a point about the level ofvthe crotch,as two separate flap members constituting the back walls of two separate pockets, and a' front wall member for each pocket secured at its lower and lateral edges to the respective edges of the pocket' flaps and extending upwardly to the point of bifurcation, and thence upwardly to substantially cover the main front member, said Wall member being secured at its edges tothe main front member, and said front wall'member being free from said main body portion at a point `adjacent the hips to provide an opening for each A"respective pocket. l i In testimony whereof I aix my signature.

JOHN A. THUREs'oN.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification2/94, D02/725, 224/645, D02/829
International ClassificationA41D13/00
Cooperative ClassificationA41D13/0012
European ClassificationA41D13/00P