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Aug. 3, 1948.
L. L. LINDLEY
2,446,288
RAIN VISOR
Filed July 13, 1945
INVENTOR,
LESTER L. LINDLEY
BY
(04% Q mm“,
ATTORNEY.
Patented Aug. 3, 1948
2,446,288
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,446,288
RAIN VISOR
1
Lester L. Lindley, San Francisco, Calif.
Application July 13, 1945, Serial No. 604,787
1 Claim. (Cl. 2-199)
This invention relates to a rain visor for use
on uniform caps of all kinds; the major objects
being to provide a, visor for the purpose which
a link II with another plate I2, similar to plate
9 and which is detachably connected to the visor
band 4 by a disengageable snap-?tting unit l3.
The links may be connected with the respec
tive plates at different points in the length of
will ?t all size caps, which may be worn with and
will ?t all standard cap covers; which does not
hide the insignia or gold visor band nor detract
the latter, so that the one visor may be adjusted
from the appearance of the cap; which prevents
to fit cap bands of different sizes.
rain from running down the back of the neck
The rain visor 6 is preferably connected to
and from getting in the ears; which protects the
band 4 by lapping bendable strips l4 as shown
hair of women wearers; and which can be rolled 10 in Figure 3 so that said band and visor may be
up into a neat and small roll to be conveniently
readily laid out in alinement with each other
carried in a pocket.
transversely for rolling up as shown in Fig. 4,
In the drawings:
while maintaining the visor ?rmly attached to
Figure 1 is a side elevation of a, uniform cap
the band so that it is not liable to collapse when
equipped with the improved rain visor.
15
Figure 2 is a top plan view of the rain visor
detached.
Figure 3 is an enlarged cross section on line
in place about a cap.
v
I claim:
‘
A rain shield for caps comprising a hand adapt
ed to encircle the greater portion of the upstand
ing sides of a uniform cap, a panel having ad
3-3 of Fig. 2.
Figure 4 is a fragmentary perspective view of 20 justa‘ble connecting members adapted to encircle
the rain visor partially rolled up.
the remainder of said cap and be detachably
Referring to the numerals of reference on the
secured to one of the ends of said band and be
drawings, l denotes a uniform cap having the
pivotally secured to the other end, a ?exible
usual rigid oval-surrounding cap band 2 from
visor secured to said band at the lower edge there
the front of which the conventional cap visor 3 25 of having an outer edge Of such length as to cause
depends.
it to assume an outwardly projecting and rela
The rain visor comprises a ‘band 4 of non-in
?ammable transparent plastic mat-erial adapted
tively slight downwardly sloping position rela
tive to said band when the latter is secured in
to closely engage the cap band 2 from around
place on a cap.
the back but whose ends terminate short of each 30
other at the front of the cap. The band 4 may
LESTER L. LINDLEY.
be reinforced by a. relatively narrow band or
flange 5 on the outside at the top.
REFERENCES CITED
Secured on and exending about the band 4
The following references are of record in the
in depending relation with an outward and 35 file
of this patent:
downward flare is the rain de?ecting member 5
UNITED STATES PATENTS
of the visor, or what is actually the visor, itself.
This member is deepest at the back and shallows
Number
Name
Date
gradually to the front ends of band 4 as shown
899,334
S‘eitzman _' _______ __ Sept. 22, 1908
in Figure 3, the member at said ends overlapping 40 1,461,798
Hildreth _________ __ July 17, 1923
the cap visor 3 somewhat as shown in Figure 1.
1,677,187
Leibson __________ __ July 17, 1928
A relatively small transparent panel 1 extends
across the front of the cap band 2 above cap
1,690,736
2,230,805
visor 3, being of suf?clent length to overlap the
D. 56,037
45
ends of band 4 somewhat.
D. 85,193
At one end, panel 1 is connected by a link 8
with a small plate 9 which is pivotally connected
to band 4 as at l0 adjacent the junction of said
band with the rain visor 6.
At the opposite end, panel ‘I is connected by 59
Number
637,556
Leicht ___________ __ Nov. 6,
Levy ____________ __ Feb. 4,
Tilton ___________ __ Aug. 10,
McKinnon _______ __ Sept. 22,
FOREIGN PATENTS
Country
1928
1941
1920
1931
Date
France __________ __ Jan. 30, 1928
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