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Publication numberUS2448416 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 31, 1948
Filing dateSep 24, 1946
Priority dateSep 24, 1946
Publication numberUS 2448416 A, US 2448416A, US-A-2448416, US2448416 A, US2448416A
InventorsCarter Robert E
Original AssigneeMasland C H & Sons
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Removable game pocket
US 2448416 A
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Aug. 31, CARTER I REMOVABLE GAME POCKET Filed Sept. 24, 1946 V v 6 Sheets-Sheet l Aug. 31, 1948. R. E. CARTE-R 27,448,416

REMOVABLE GAME POCKET Filed Sept. 24, 946 6 sheetsmeet 2 INVENTOR Aug. 31, 1948. R CARTER 2,448,416

REMOVABLE GAME POCKET Filed Sept. 24, 1946 6 Sheets-Sheet 3 INVENTOR Aug. 31, 1948. R. E. CARTER REMOVABLE GAME POCKET 6 Sheets-Sheet 4 Filed Sept. 24, 1946 INVENTOR Filed Sept. 24, 1946 R. E. CARTER REMOVABLE GAME POCKET 6 Sheets-Sheet 5 INVENTOR Aug. 31, 1948. I CARTER 2,448,416

REMOVABLE GAME POCKET Filed Sept. 24, 1946 6 Sheets-sheaf. 6

INVENTOR Patented Aug. 31, 1948 REMOVABLE GAME POCKET Robert E. Carter, Mount Holly Springs, Pa., as-

signor to C. H. Masland & Sons, Carlisle, Pa., a corporation of Pennsylvania Application September 24, 1946, Serial No. 699,029

16 Claims.

My invention relates to hunting and fishing coats and the like, and especially to game pockets and fish creels employed in the same.

A purpose of my invention is to facilitate access to a removable pocket located inside a hunting or fishing coat through a pocket access opening through the outside of the coat, desirably by providing separate attachment means between the mouth of the removable game pocket and the coat on each side of the pocket access opening.

A further purpose is to secure one side of the pocket mouth to the coat on one side of a pocket access opening through the coat by a hookless fastener or zipper which removably attaches the pocket to the coat, and to secure the other side of the mouth of the pocket to the coat on the other side of the pocket access opening by removable means for fastening a flap to the coat.

A further purpose is to use a pocket flap which connects the mouth of the pocket to the coat as a closure for the mouth of the pocket when the pocket is removed from the coat.

A further purpose is to provide a water and blood resisting passage, clear through from the outside of the coat into a removable game pocket. A further purpose is to form a retaining pocket under the facing at the mid-line separation of a, coat, and to position one end of the removable game pocket in this retaining pocket, desirably extending a hookless fastener or zipper int?) the retaining pocket, and desirably protecting and concealing the end of the hookless fastener in the retaining pocket. I

A.further purpose is to protect and conceal part of a flap'connecting the removable game pocket with a pocket access opening through the coat in a retaining pocket behindthe facing inside one edge of the coat.

A further purpose is to provide a netting bot-'- tom in a removable game pocket.

A further purpose is to make one longitudinal portion of the bottom, and preferably also of one end of a game pocket, which portion will preferably lie against thev coat when the pocket is bulged, from blood and preferably also moisture resisting material and to make another longitudinal portion of netting.

A further purpose is to position the bottom of a game pocket adjacent to but preferably slightly above the bottom of a coat, and to provide a portion of the bottom which will adjoin the coat in bulged position, made of moisture and blood resisting material, .whereby when the pocket is bulged the coat. will be further protected by this portion of the bottom, another portion of the bottom desirably being of material which will readily pass liquid.

A further purpose is to locate a flap between the moisture and blood resisting portion of the bottom of a game pocket and the netting portion thereof, and on the side of the netting portion toward the coat Whenthe bottom of the pocket is bulged, with a view to protecting the coat from liquid which comes through the netting .of the game pocket.

Further purposes appear in the specification and in the claims.

In the drawings, I have chosen to illustrate few only of the many embodiments in which my invention might appear, choosing the forms shown from the standpoints of convenience in illustration, satisfactory operation, and clear demonstration of the principles involved.

Figure l is a front perspective of a coat embodying the subject matter of my invention.

Figure 2 is a rear elevation of the coat of Figure 1.

Figure 3 is adeveloped plan view of the outside of my improved coat.

Figure 4 is a developed view of the inside of the coat of my invention.

Figure 5. is a front perspective showing the coat of my invention worn by the user, with the removable game pocket almost detached to'illustrate the connection between the mouth of the pocket and the pocketaccess opening of the coat. Figure 6 is a developed plan view of the inside of the coat of my invention, with the removable game pocket almost completely detached.

, Figure '7 is a section of Figure 4 on the line 1-1 with the mouth of the removable game pocket open.

Figure 8 is a view corresponding to Figure 7 with the mouth of the removable game pocket closed.

Figure 9 is a fragmentary sectional perspective of the'removable game pocket, showing the end in elevation and the side walls in horizontal section, when the pocket is in the position as worn in the coat.

Figure 10 is a fragmentary section on the line Ill-l0 of Figure 9.

. Figures 11 to 14 inclusive show a variation in the design of the bottom of the pocket.

Figure 11 is a fragmentary sectional perspective corresponding to Figure 9, with the top of the removable game pocket in longitudinal section and with the removable game pocket unfilled.

Figure 12 is a view corresponding to Figure 11, but with the pocket bulged by game or fish.

Figure 13 is an inverted bottom perspective view of Figure 12.

Figure 14 is a fragmentary elevation of the interior of the coat with the pocket bulged, corre sponding to a portion of Figure l.

Figure 15 is a fragmentary sectional perspective of the game pocket entirely detached from the coat, with the flap closed, the section being taken vertically. I

In the drawings like numerals refer to like parts throughout.

Describing in illustration, but not in limitation, and referring to the drawings:

In hunting and fishing coats-fitis common practice to provide a game pocket or fish creel to carry the kill in the case of. small game or" the catch in the case of small fish.. The in? tention herein is to use the term coat as a generic term for any of the hunting or fishing garments worn over the shoulders and trunk, whether the garment bespecifically known in the individual case as a coat, jacket, coverall, shirt, sweater, or the like. It willbe understood that from the standpoint of the present invention, details as to whether the coat has sleeves or is sleeveless, has a turned down: collar, or merely a collar line, or is provided with any of the other convenient variations incoat construction, is entirely' immaterial.

It will be evident also that the same structure willbe designated as a game pocket when the garment is worn for hunting, and-"as a fish creel when the garment is worn for fishing, so that, for convenience, reference will be made to a game pocket herein, and it will-be understood thatafish creel is designated also thereby.

It willlikewise be evident that the game pocket or fish creel may in an individual case be used for holding equipment, tackle, spare garments or other material which might normally be carriedin' a pocket;

In the prior art, game pockets have beenprovided with means for removing a liner or the like for the purpose of convenience in washing or for retaining thegame, but such constructions have been cumbersome to manufacture, inconvenient to remove and inaccessible. Where any provision has been made for access from" the outside, it has heretofore been necessary for the user to reach into some awkward orinconvenient position for entering the game pocket, or in some cases to feel his way through various separate openings in layers of the garment until the'final casing of the game pocket is-attained.

In accordance with. the present invention, the game pocket is made fully and conveniently removable from the coat,.so that it may be detached to act as a gameor fish. retaining pouch, sack or holder which can be loaded into the back ofan automobile or left in ablind or boat or otherwise employed separately from the garment.

I Access to-the game pocket is obtainedrata convenient location, preferably at one side;.of the front of the coat, and the hand can be inserted through the pocket access opening and into the mouth of the game pocket with assurance and without fumbling, since the mouth of the game pocket is secured to the coat on both sides of the access-opening, and guidance of the hand or of the'object being inserted is provided throughout.

Furthermore, the guiding passages into the game pocket, as well as the game pocket itself, are desirably made of blood and moisture. resisting Alsothe game pocket can be readily removed for washing.

material such as rubberized fabric to resist damage from the fluids of the game or fish.

The guidance of the hand entering the mouth of the game pocket is preferably provided at one side by a flap from the game pocket which may be secured to the coat, and which performs the auxiliary function of closing the mouth of the game pocket when the game pocket is detached from the coat.

To avoid having the removable game pocket flap away from the wall of the coat and interfere with the comfort of the user, I preferably provide a retaining pocket in which one end of the game pocket is retained and which is desirably f'ormedby a facing on the inside of the coat at a mid-line or other vertical separation between the sides of the coat. This retaining pocket is desirable also to cover the end of a hookless fastener or zipper, which retains the pocket to the coat, and preferably also a portion of the flap which extends from the mouth of the game pocket to the pocket access opening through the coat.

The bottom of the game pocket is preferably made of netting, the netting preferably being located in one longitudinal portion of the bottom, while-another longitudinal portion of the bottom, which: will lie against the coat when the bottom is bulged, is preferably made of moisture and: blood resisting material.

On the bottom of the pocket, and suitably on the side of the netting toward the coat, I suitably provide a flap which, when the pocket is bulged, will desirably extend below the bot tom of the coat and protect thecoat" from liquids flowing through the netting.

The garment of the present invention, as shown in the drawings, suitably has 'a front 25, provided with a mid-line separation 26, suitably closed by a hookles fastener, forming two front side portions 21 and 28'. Shoulder portions 29- are provided, and the coat may optionally have sleeves 30, as shown in dot and dash lines. inv

Figure 1. C'onventionalpo'ckets 3| are provided in the front of the coat asdesired.

The back 3-2 of the coat may be provided.

with suitable features suchv as ventilating opening 33', covered with fabric netting or screening. Convenient.

34', and an outside back pocket 35. attachment loops for equipment and the like are shown at 36-.

Inside the-coat in attached position I provide a removable game pocket 31 to which access is had through a pocket access opening 38 through the side of the front of the coat, permissiblyclosed by a snap fastener 39.

The removable game pocket, as best seen in- Figures' 4 to 8, extends a substantial distanceparallel to the bottom of the coat. lying. against the inside of the coat with the top ofthe game pocket closed over a portion of its length at 40 and; removably secured to the interior of the coat, preferably by a hookless fastener or zipper 41', one: portion- 42' of whichis fastened to the removable game'pocket and the other portion 43' of which is secured to the interior of the coat. The hookless fastener is or the well known typein which, when theend is reached, the parts of the fastener may be detached from: one another without damage to the mechanism.

One end 44 of the removable game pocket may be terminated at a remote point from the separation line of the coat,v whereas the other end 45 is suitably carried to one of the separation: lines of the coat, and preferably brought into a retaining pocket 46 provided between the outer portion 41 of the coat and an inner facing 48, which is secured or stitched to the'remainder of the coat along an edge line 49 and bottom line 50 and preferably also at 5| on an inner attachment line, but is free from attachment along the inner attachment line in the locality 52 between the point of attachment 5| and the bottom attachment 56.

Thus the hookless fastener 4| is extended across the coat and continues into the retaining pocket 46, as will be evident from Figure 5.

Thus one end of the removable game pocket is held under the facing 48 and in the retaining pocket and one end-of the hookless fastener of the removable game pocket of the coat is held in the retaining pocket 46. The end of the hookless fastener having the slider 4| in closed position is preferably the end carried into the retaining pocket 46, so that the slider will not be exposed on the inside of the coat when the removable game pocket is in attached position and will not be subject to striking against or catching on objects or chafing the wearer.

' At all points below the hookless fastener 4|, the removable game pocket is preferably entirely free from attachment to the coat, but simply hanging against the inside of the coat, and the engagement of the end of the removable game pocket in the retaining pocket 46 tends to prevent the removable game pocket from flapping away from the coat.

The bottom 53 extends preferably, in folded or unfilled position of the pocket, parallel to and slightly above the bottom 54 of the coat, so that the appearance of the coat will not be marred by extension of the removable game pocket below the coat under these circumstances.

At a position corresponding with and preferably below the pocket access opening 38, the removable game pocket is provided with a mouth 55 at the top, due to the fact that the closure 46 between the sides of the pocket at the top is discontinued at this portion 'of the pocket. Along one side of the pocket, and preferably that adjoining the interior of the coat, the hookless fastener portion 4| is extended as best seen in Figures 5 and 6, so that a continuous smooth line of fabric is provided into the removable game pocket from one wall 51 of the pocket access opening 38 to the side 56 of the pocket.

Likewise from the other side wall 58 of the removable game pocket, I extend a flap 59 up above the mouth 55, joining this by cooperating snap fasteners 66 with the wall 6| of the pocket access opening 38.

Thus, it will be seen that a smooth guiding passage is provided for the hand or for an object being inserted along both sides of the passage between the pocket access opening 38 and the pocket mouth 55.

The removable game pocket, as later explained, will preferably be made of a moisture and blood resisting material, such as a fabric coated with rubber, synthetic .rubber or plastic, and likewise the flap 59, and the walls 51 and 6| which cooperate to form guiding passages between the pocket access opening and the pocket mouth, will be made of similar moisture and blood resisting material so that no damage to the coat will be done by placing game or fish in the removable game from the coat, by folding over the mouth of the the flap 59 acts as a closure for the mouth of the game pocket, while'in attached position it forms one side of the entering passage leading through the wall of the coat.

'.Thebottom 53 of the game pocket preferably folds upwardly on a line 64 when the pocket is not carrying game, but will of course sag below the sides of the coat when the game or fish are presentin the pocket.

As best seen in Figures 4, 7 and 8, the bottom of the pocket, 53 preferably is adjacent and parallel to but not below the bottom of the coat 54 when the pocket is not distended by inclusion of game or fish, but is suitably so close to the bottom of the coat that the bottom portion 53 will drop below the level of the coat and permit drainage of liquids without touching the bottom of the coat, as best seen in the alternate form of Figures 11 to 14 inclusive.

. In the form shown in Figures 7 to 10 inclusive, the entire bottom is made of mesh 63. This is subject to the possible disadvantage that there may be some slight dripping of blood or water onthe portion 65 of the coat between the bottom of the side wall of the pocket andthe bottom of the coat as seen in Figures 4, '7 and 8.

In the form of Figures 11 to 14 inclusive the bottom wall and suitably one end are longitudinally subdivided, at 66, the fabric forming one half of the side of this longitudinal division toward the coat at 61 on the bottom and at 68 on the end being formed of moisture and blood resisting material as used on the side walls of the pocket, while the opposite longitudinal. portion,

suitably a half, '69 on the bottom and 16 on the end is formed of mesh as used on the entire bottom in Figures 7 to 10..

When the pocket is bulged and the bottom is downwardly bulged as seen in Figures 12 and 14, due to the introduction of game or fish H, the moisture or blood, resisting material 61 in one longitudinal portion of the bottom, and suitably alsoin one longitudinal portion 68 of the end, extends down over the bottom 54 of the coat and positively assures protection of the coat against dripping of liquids from the game pocket.

As a further assurance and protection, especially, against splattering from liquids draining down and against damage of the coat due to flapping of the game pocket with respect to the bottom of the coat during walking or running, or when the coat is distorted by underbrush, I provide along the dividing lining 66 longitudinally in the bottom a loose flap extension 12, preferably of moisture and blood resisting material, which when the game pocketis not distended will lie up in the V of the bottom, depending from the longitudinal line 64, as shown in Figure 11, and when the bottom is distended as in Figures 12 and 14 will extend down well below the bottom of the coat and on the side of the coat with respect to the netting at 69. Thus there is a clear line of moisture and blood resisting material consisting of the bottom portion 69 and the loose flap 12 from the side walls of the pocket to a position well below the bottom of the coat.

It will be understood that the downward motion of the loose flap 12 of moisture and blood resisting material will be slightly disarranged at13 by the facing of the coat and the retaining pocket 48 formed at the mid-line of the coat.

It will thus be evident that when the pocket is iriplace inv the coat there is a continuousseries of moisture and blood resisting walls from the pocket. access opening through the front of the coat all the way to: the bottom of. the coat andin the preferred form of Figures 11: to 14, to a position below the bottom of the: coat, where the. pocket first discharges liquids.

It will also be evident that the pocket can very conveniently be detached by removal of a single series of snap engagements on the flap 59 and the single hookless. fastener 4|.

In view of my invention and: disclosure variations and modifications to meet individual whim or particular need will doubtless become evident, to others skilled in the art, to obtain all or part of the benefits of my invention withoutcopying the structure shown, and I, therefore. claim all such insofar as they fall Within the reasonable spirit and scope of my claims.

Having thus described my invention what. Iv claim as new and desire to secure. by Letters Patent is:

1. A hunting or fishing coat having a pocket access opening extending downwardly and, inwardly through one side of the coat, a. gamepocket extending around the interior of the coat across the side and back thereof below the pocket access opening and having a mouth cooperating with the pocket access opening through the coat, a hookless fastener extending across the top of the game-pocket and continuing below the pocket access opening through the coat securing the game pocket to the coat and" at the mouth securing the outer side of the game pocket to the coat on the lower side of the pocket access opening through the coat, and removable means for. securing. the inner side of the game pocket to the coat at the upperside ofthe pocket access openingthrough the coat.

2. A hunting or fishing coat having a rpocket access opening extending downwardly and inwardly through one side of the coat, a game pocket extending around the interior of the coat across the sideand back thereof below the pocket access opening and having a mouth cooperating with the pocket access opening through the coat, ahookless fastener extending across the top-of the game pocket and continuing below the pocket access opening through thecoat securing the game pocket to the coat and at the mouth securing the outer side of the game pocket to the coat below the pocket access opening through the. coat, a hop extending upwardly from the inner. side of the game pocket at the mouth and means for removably securing the flap to the coat above the pocket access opening through the coat.

3'. A coat having a ocket access opening extending into the interior, a game pocket removably secured to the interior of the coat and hav ing a mouth cooperating with the pocket access opening, a flap above the pocket extendingtrom the inner side of the game pocket at the mouth, means for removably securing the. flap. to the coat adjacent the pocket access opening for guiding the hand int-o the game pocket when the game pocket is assembled with the coat and means for removably fastening the flap over the game pocket access opening to close the same when the game. pocket is removedfrom the coat.

4. A hunting orzfishing coat having: a pocket access opening extending downwardly and inward-1y through a side of the coat, a game pocket extending around the interior of thecoat and across the side andwback having a mouthlbelow and cooperating with the pocket access opening when the game pocket is assembled in the coat, a hookless fastener extending across the top of the game ipocket securing it to the coat and continuing across below the pocket access opening and above the mouth to secure the outer side of the game pocket to the coat, afiap ex-- tending from the other side of the game pocket at the-mouth to a position above the pocket access opening, means for removably securing the flap to the coat when in assembled position and. means for'rem-ovably attaching the flap to the opposite side of the game pocket over the mouth when the game pocket is removed from the coat.

5. A hunting or fishing coat having a vertical separation, a facing extending down the interior on oneside of the separation and producing, with the coat a retaining pocket, a game pocket extending across the interior of the coat and ex tending into the retaining pocket under the facing and a hookless fastener extending across the top of the game pocket securing it to the coat. and extending into the retainingpocket formed beneath the facing, securing the game pocket-to the coat.

6; A hunting Or fishing coat having a vertical separation, a :fa-cin-g extending down the interior on one side ot the separation and producing with the coat a retaining pocket, a game pocket. extending across the interiorof the coat and ex,-

' tending into the retaining pocket beneath the facing, a hookless fastener extending across the topof the game pocket, 'removably securing it to the coat and extending into thepocket formed beneath the tacing, securing the game pocket to the coat, there being a pocket access opening; through the coat above the game pocket and removable means for connecting the pocket access opening with the removable game pocket.

7. A- hunting or fishing'coat having a verticalseparatlion' and a facing on the inside adjoining: the separation forming a retaining pocket beneath the facing, and having a pocket access opening extending downwardly .and inwardly into therinterior adjoining one side of the separation, a removable game pocket on the interior of the coat andv extending across the same and into the retaining pocket beneath the facing, havinga mouth cooperating with the pocket accessopening through the coat, a hoolcless fastener extending across the top of the removable game pocket and. across one side of the game pocket at the mouth and into the retaining pocket beneath the fiacing, securing the game pocket to. the coat, a flap from the other side of the game pocket at the mouth and means for securing theflap to the coat at the interior of the pocket access opening through the coat, the flap being. partially contained within the retaining pocket. formed by the facing.

.8. A coat for hunting or fishing use, a game pocket removably mounted inside the coat and having a mouth: accessible through the outside. ofthe coat, removable means for connecting one side of the mouth to the coat, a flap and separateremovable means for connecting the other. side of the mouth to the coat, and removable means forholding: the fiaparoun'd and. closing the mouth when the. pocket is removed from the coat.

9.. A coat for hunting or fishing use, a remov-' able game pocket mounted inside the coat and having a mouth accessible from the outside oi the coat, the-game pocket being of blood resisting material; removable means for securing one side of the mouth to the coat, a fiap and separate removable means for securing the other side of the mouth to the coat, and means for fastening the flap over the mouth to close the pocket when it is removed from the coat, the walls of the mouth through to the outside of the coat being of blood resisting material forming a blood resisting channel into the game pocket.

10. A coat for hunting or fishing use having a pocket access opening downwardly and inwardly in one side, a game pocket extending across the interior of the coat at the side and back, removably secured to the coat and having a mouth cooperating with the pocket access opening through the coat, the game pocket having a netting a bottom for draininge of liquids, a hookless fastener extending across the top of the game pocket for securing the same to the coat and extending across the lower portion of the pocket access opening for securing the outside of the game pocket to the coat, a flap from the inside of the game pocket at the mouth and removable means for securing the flap to the coat on the upper side of the pocket access opening.

11. In a coat for hunting or fishing wear, a game pocket having side, end and bottom walls, the bottom wall being subdivided, one portion thereof longitudinally of the pocket and adapted to lie against the coat during use of the pocket being of moisture and blood resisting material, and the other side of the bottom of the pocket being of netting.

12. In a hunting or fishing coat, a game pocket having side, end and bottom walls, the bottom and one end of the pocket being divided longitudinally into two portions, one of which, adapted to rest against the coat when the pocket is bulged, being of moisture and blood resisting material, and the other portion being of netting.

13. In a coat for hunting or fishing use, a game pocket having side, end and bottom walls, the bottom wall being divided longitudinally into portions, one portion of which, adapted to lie against the coat, is of moisture and blood resisting material and the other portion of which is of netting, in combination with a flap extending longitudinally along the bottom intermediate between the portions of the bottom.

14. A hunting or fishing coat having a bottom, a game pocket mounted on the inside of the coat and having its bottom adjacent to but above the bottom of the coat in non-bulged position, the bottom of the game pocket being divided longitudinally into portions, one of which adjoining the coat when the pocket is bulged is of moisture and blood resisting material and the other of which is of netting.

15. A hunting or fishing coat having a bottom, a game pocket mounted on the inside of the coat and having its bottom adjacent to but above the bottom of the coat, the bottom of the game pocket being divided longitudinally into portions, one of which adjoining the coat when the pocket is bulged is of moisture and blood resisting material and the other of which is of netting, in combination with a flap of moisture and blood resisting material extending from the game pocket below the bottom of the coat when the pocket is bulged and toward the coat with respect to the netting.

16. A hunting or fishing coat having a pocket access opening inwardly and downwardly through the coat, a game pocket removably attached to the interior of the coat having a pocket mouth cooperating with the pocket access opening, having a bottom extending along adjacent to the bottom of the coat, the bottom being at least partially formed of material which will readily pass liquids, means for removably attaching both sides of the mouth of the removable game pocket to the coat on either side of the pocket access opening and a fiap extending longitudinally along the bottom of the pocket, and when the pocket is bulged extending below the pocket on the side adjoining the coat with respect to the liquid transmitting material.

ROBERT E. CARTER.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification2/94, 2/247, D02/857
International ClassificationA41D13/00
Cooperative ClassificationA41D13/0012
European ClassificationA41D13/00P