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Feb. 14, 1950
H. s. GUYOSL
2,497,167
SLEEPING BAG
Filed May 19, 1947
IN VEN TOR.
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5. Guyol
BY
Patented Feb. 14, 1950
"2,497,167
‘UNITED STATE 5 PATENT OFFICE
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‘2,497,167
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SLEEPING BAG
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Hazel Guyol, Concord, N. H.
Application May 19, 1947, Serial No. 748,870
2 Claiins. (Cl. 2—69.5)_l
This invention relates to sleeping bags and
more particularly to an infant’s sleeping bag
providing safety and comfort for the infant.
An object of the invention is to provide a
sleeping bag that is relatively simple and inex
pensive to manufacture.
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shown has a front panel it, and, integral there
with and extending from either side thereof, an
inner back panel II and an overlying outer back
panel I2. The body of the bag is provided with
a bottom closure or panel [3 sewn to the front
and back panels along the line M.
The over
Another object is to provide a sleeping bag in
which a baby can quickly and conveniently be
installed and in which the baby is kept warm
and comfortable. The sleeping bag of the in 10
together along the lines l8 and I9 nor along
vention provides great safety for the occupant
their top edges.
lapping back panels II and I2 are sewn to
gether in their lower areas along the lines I5,
I6 and IT, as seen in Fig. 2, but are not sewn
Thus, from Fig. 2, it will be
who is nevertheless permitted adequate freedom
seen that the top portion of the outer back
for movement and eiier'cise. A minimum of re
panel l2 may be laid open to the ‘left and the
top portion of the inner back panel ll may be
straint is imposed on the wearer consistent with
maintaining the garment on the wearer in its 15 laid open to the right toprovide for putting the
garment on an infant.
intended relation.
Another object is to provide a sleeping bag
Complementary fastening elements or ties in
the main elements of which are integrally united
the form of tape lengths are provided at points
with each other. Few fastening elements are
20, 2| and 22 for securing the top portions of
provided and these preferably are of the simplest .20 the back panels in closed position. For each tie,
possible construction.
one tape length is sewn to the outer back panel
In a typical embodiment, the sleeping bag of
l2 and another tape length is sewn to an adja
the invention includes a front panel, an inner
cent point on the inner back panel ll. Because
back panel integrally united to said front panel
of their softness, tapes are preferred, but, of
at one side thereof, an outer back panel in
course, other appropriate fastening members
tegrally united to said front panel at the other
such as snap-fasteners, hooks and eyes, slide
side thereof and overlying said inner back panel,
fasteners, or the like, may be employed for bold
said bag being closed at the bottom, fastening
ing the tops of the back panels closed.
means for securing said back panels in overlying
A pair of shoulder straps 23 and 24 are sewn
relation, and a pair of shoulder straps integrally 30 to the top of the front panel at spaced points
united to the top of said front panel at spaced
25 and 26, being held in place by reinforcing tape
points, said shoulder straps extending to and
21. The shoulder straps extend to the back of
being crossed at the back of the bag, the under
the garment and are crossed, at the back, the
lying one of said straps being integrally united
overlying tape 23 being sewn to the top of the
to the top of said inner back panel and the outer 35 outer back panel [2, the seam being reinforced
of said straps being integrally united to the top
by tape 28, and the underlying strap 24 being
of said outer back panel. The fastening means
for securing the back panels in overlying rela
tion may be of any convenient type, but prefer
sewn to the top of the inner back panel II and
reinforced by tape 29. The shoulder straps are
thus integrally united to the front and back
ably take the form of complementary tying ele 40 panels.
ments, such as soft tapes, carried by the panels.
It will be seen that, in dressing an infant in
The invention will be described with greater
the garment, the upper portions of the back
particularity, and other of its aims, objects and
panels are laid open and carry with them the
advantages will be in part apparent and in part
integrally attached shoulder straps without in
pointed out, in the following detailed description, 4.5 terference, and that the mere act of closing the
taken in connection with the accompanying
garment causes the shoulder straps to assum
drawing, wherein:
their crossed position.
Fig. 1 is a front perspective view of one form
The body of the garment and shoulder strap
of sleeping bag in accordance with the inven
are preferably made of a warm, soft, textile fab ‘
tion;
50 ric such as ?annel, but may be made of othe
Fig. 2' is a rear perspective view of the sleeping
suitable material.
bag shown in Fig. 1; and
From the foregoing description, it will be see Fig. 3 is a plan view of the sleeping bag shown
that the present invention provides a sleeping gar
in Figs. 1 and 2.
ment or bag that is economical to manufactur
Referring to the drawing, the sleeping bag 55 and safe, comfortable and. convenient in use.
2,497,167
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garment is readily laundered as a unit. The
shoulder straps are integral with the garment
body and cannot come unfastened in use to permit
the infant wearer to cast off the garment. Since
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the other side thereof, said outer back panel over
lying said inner back panel with the top edge
overlapping the top edge of the inner back panel
the infant wearer frequently sleeps face down
ward, the overlapping back panels provide a
double thickness of warm covering. The bottom
to a substantial extent when the bag is in normal
closed position, a bottom panel sewn to the bot
tom edges of said front and back panels to pro
vide a bottom closure for the bag, fastening
panel allows room at the bottom of the bag for
the infant to hold his feet in a natural and com
means for securing said back panels in said over
lying relation, and a pair of shoulder straps in
tegrally united to the top of said front panel at
‘spaced points, said shoulder straps extending to
I claim:
and being crossed at the back of the bag, the un
1. An infant’s sleeping bag comprising a front
‘derlying one of said straps being integrally united
panel, an inner back panel integrally united to
:toithe top of said inner back panel adjacent the
said front panel at one side thereof, an outerback
free end of the top edge of said inner panel and
panel integrally united to said frontpanel at the
passingpver the shoulder which is positioned ad
other side thereof, said outer back paneloverly
".iacent thejuncture of said front and inner back
ing said inner back panel with the .izopedge over
panels, and the outer one of said straps being in
lapping the top edge of the inner back vparielto
tegrally united to the top of said outer back
a substantial extent when the bag is in‘normal
panel adjacent the free end of the top edge of
closed position, means closing the bottom of the
saidl'outeripanel and passing over the shoulder
bag, fastening means for securing said back panels
whichispositioned adjacent the juncture of said
in said overlying relation, and a pair-of shoulder
front 1 and -outer :ba'ck : panels.
straps integrally united tofthe top of-said‘front
HAZEL S. GUYOL.
panelat spaced points, said shoulder straps ex
tending to and being crossed at the back of the
REFERENCES ;CIT'ED
bag, the underlying one of saidstraps being in
tegrally united to thegtop of said inner back panel
The fo‘ljlbwlng references are of'record in the
adjacent the free end of the top edge of said inner
?le - of this patent:
panel and passing over the shoulder which is posi
UNITED STATES PATENTS
tioned adjacent the juncture of said front and "30
' Number
Name
‘ Date
‘inner back panels, and the outer one of said straps
being integrally united to the top of said outer
1,208,715
Bartrum __________ __ Dec. 12, 1916
‘back panel adjacent the free end of the top edge
£730,454
'Morgan-Evans _____ __ ‘Oct. 8, 1929
of said outer panel and passing over the shoulder
‘2,234,546
Basch ___________ __ Mar. 11,1941
which is positioned adjacent the'juncture of said
2,399,782
Asher _____________ __ May 7, 1M6
front and outer back panels.
FOREIGN PATENTS
fortable position.
2. An infant’s sleeping'bag comprising a'front
panel, an inner back panel integrally united to
said front panel at one side thereof, an outer back
panel integrally united to said 'front panel at ‘w
‘Number
4,354
~=Country
Date
Great Britain __________ __ of 1909
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