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May 19> 1942- M. c. HAMILTON 2,283,362 SKI TROUSERS ‘ Filed NOV. 28, 1940 2 Sheets-Sheet l 505 f, 51 ‘$27 E‘. T INVENTOR I ?adelai . 6 Hum Zia .BY I v . May 19, 1942- M. c. HAMILTON SKI \ f 2,283,362 TROUSERS - Filed Nov. 28, 1940 ' 2 Sheets-‘Sheet 2 12M ' 42 'lNVENTOR Zr’: & A 'ORNEY Patented ay 19,1942 2,283,362 S TBQ'USERS Madeleine (J. Hamilton, New York, N. Y. Application November 28; 194.0, Serial No. 367,514 3 Claims. ‘ This invention relates to outer garments and more particularly to ski trousers for women, and has for an object to provide a garment of the above type which is neat and pleasing in ap pearance and which has novel and improved de tails of construction. A feature of the present invention resides in the provision of pockets at the sides of the Ear (Cl. a-ezn . Fig. 5 is asection taken on the line 5-5 of Fig. 2 showing the knee lining ; ’ Fig. 6 is an enlargedsection taken on the line 6-6 of Fig. 2 showing the construction of the pockets and the closure means; and Fig. '7 is a view similar to Fig. 6 showing the pocket closure means in open position. In the following description and in the claims certain speci?c terms are used for convenience openings thereof so that only a single closure 10 in referring to various details of the invention. . means is required for the pocket and the side It is to be understood, however, that these terms are to be given as broad an interpretation as the opening. ' state of the art will permit. » Another feature resides in the arrangement of I ment which are accessible through the usual side the pockets in such position that no unsightly Referring to the drawings more in detail th bulges arev produced thereby. Another feature consists in the provision of a single slide fastener for closing both the pocket and the side opening'of the garment. invention is shown as embodied in a pair of ski trousers comprising a body or hip portion ill Another feature consists in the provision of ' friction means at the belt of the ski trousers to hold the vshirt or waist in place. Another feature consists in the provision of a knee lining for the ski trousers which is posi tioned within the front of the trouser legs for adding strength and preventing the same from bagging. and a pair of legs I2. The hip portion ill is provided with a front panel M and a back panel I5 having side edges it and H respectively which are joined by separable, fastening means in the manner to be described. Pockets ‘it, having sides 22 and 23 forming pocket openings 2! at one edge thereof, are at tached to the inside of the front panel lit with the pocket openings 2| adjacent the side edges it of the front panel. Closure ?aps 25 are attached to the side edges Another feature of the invention resides in ll of the back panel is in a position to overlap the provision of split ankle portions which are a portion of the sides 23 of the pockets 2t ad held together by stretchable inserts and are se cured by foot straps so as to produce a form ?t-. 30 jacent the openings 2i thereof. . Suitable fasten ing means may be provided for securing the flaps ting garment. I 25 to the sides 23 of the pockets 20. In the Various other objects and advantages will be embodiment 'shown this means comprises sets apparent as the nature of the invention is more of buttons 26 attached to the flaps 25 and en fully disclosed. Although the novel features which are be 09 GI' gaging buttonholes 27 formed in the sides 23 of the pockets M. Reenforcing tapes 2-’l may, if de lieved to be‘ characteristic of this invention are sired, be secured to the pockets in a position to pointed out more particularly in the claims ap cooperate with the fastening means. pended hereto, the invention itself may be bet The side edges l5 and I ‘l of the front panel ter understood by referring to the following de scription, taken in connection with the accom 40 it and the back panel l5 are provided with fas tening tapes as and 3t respectively, which are panying drawings in which a speci?c embodi operated by slide fasteners 32 for closing and ment thereof has been set forth for purposes of securing the front and back panels as shown in illustration. _ Fig. 1. . In the drawings, , The front and back panels It and I5 are pro Fig. 1 is a front elevation of a pair of ski trou vided with belt portions 35 and 36 respectively sers embodying the present invention; which are joined by suitable fastening means mg. 2 ‘is a side elevation thereof showing a shown as straps 31 attached to the belt portions portion of. the front and back panels folded back 35 and adapted to overlap the belt portions‘ 36 at the side opening; v 50 and to be secured thereto by suitable means, Fig. 3 is a side elevation of one of the legs of shown as buttons 38 on the belt portions 36 and ' the ski trouser turned wrongside out to show buttonholes 39 in the straps 3?. Suitable belt the construction thereof; ‘ loops 58 may also be provided on the belt por Fig. 4 is a section taken on the line 8—% of tions to receive a separate belt in the usual man Fig. 1 showing the friction means at the belt; ner. . “2,288,362, - 2 ‘In order to provide a friction surface for en gaging the shirt or waist to hold- the same in place, a lining of friction material 52 is secured . on the inner surface of the belt portions 35 and ‘ introducing the unsightliness of separate pocket openings. The garment,- in fact, appears when worn to be pocketless. Furthermore, the pockets . are so positioned that the tendency to produce 38. This friction material may comprise woven unsightly bulges or padding is eliminated. At rubber strands with the rubber exposed or may the same time the pockets are readily accessible comprise sheet rubber or other similar friction for instant use. _ . material. While the various features described above Knee linings 45 are secured on the inside of have‘ been illustrated in connection with ski each leg _I 2 of the trousers, extending from a posi 10 trousers, it is to be understood that their use is tion just above the bottoms of the pockets 20 to not limited to this embodiment and that the in a point below the knees, and across the front be dividual features may be used in various gar tween the two side seam 40, as shown in Fig. 5. ments, as will be readily apparent to a person '_ This knee lining is preferably secured only at the skilled inthe art. ' ' side seams so that no stitches, other than the 15 Although a specific embodiment of the inven usual stitches at the. side seams of the trousers, tion has been shown for Purposes of illustration, show from the outside thereof. it is to be understood that the invention isnot to be limited thereto, but that various changes and The lining is preferably made of some suitable strong material, such as canvas or duck, and modi?cations may be made therein. The scope thereby prevents the strain from being applied 20 of the invention is only to be limited in accord to the material of the trousers itself and, in ad ance with the following claims. dition, forms a pad and strengthening panel. What is claimed is: At the bottom of each.trouser leg an ankle 1. A garment comprising front and back panels section 50 is provided, which is split into front having adjacent side edges forming side openings and back parts 50a and 50b joined by a stretch 25 therebetween, pockets secured on the inside of able material such as an insert of elastic 5|. _In the front panel adjacent the side edges thereof this way a su?icient amount of stretch is provided and with the pocket openings inside of said front to permit the trousers to be drawn ‘on over the panel, adjacent the side edges of said panel and foot and at the same time the trousers are caused‘ .to be form-?tting and to snugly engage the 30 ‘ankles when in place. In order to further hold the ankle portions of the trousers in position and to prevent the same from riding up during use, a plurality of foot straps 55 are provided which extend between the 35 parts 50a and 50b of the ankle portion 50. Each strap 55 extends from one side of the back ankle part 501) to the opposite side of the front ankle. part 50a, the two straps of each leg being crossed. The straps accordingly assist the elastic inserts 5 l (0 in holding the ankle section in closed, form-?tting position. It will be noted that in the above garment the construction is such that all appearance of loose accessible through said side openings, and sepa rable closure means joining the side edges of said panels, said closure means being adapted to close the side openings of the garment and to conceal the pockets. ' . 2. A garment comprising front and back panels having adjacent side. edges forming side open ings therebetween, pockets secured on the inside of the front panel adjacent the side edges there of and with the pocket openings adjacent the side edges of said panel and accessible through said side openings, separable closure means join ing the side edges of said panels, said closure means being adapted to close the side openings of the garment and to conceal the pockets, side flaps attached to the side edges of said back panel ness or bagginess is eliminated. The entire gar 45 in .a position to overlap the inner sides of the ment is snug and form-?tting. The friction lin pockets, and means securing said flaps to said pockets for closing the side opening of said ing 42 at the belt and the split ankle portions 50, together with the straps 55, hold the trousers in position and prevent the garments from becom ing deranged under conditions of strenuous use. The knee linings 45 also serve to hold the gar ment in shape and to prevent the same from be coming unsightly. 4 It is further to be noted that in the above gar ment there are no pocket openings visible from the outside. The pockets are accessible from the side openings of the trousers and, in order to reach the pockets it is only necessary to open the slide fastener, thereby exposing the pocket open ing and permitting the hand to be inserted there in. In that event, however, the ?ap 25 ‘retains the front and back panels in closed position. - In order to put on or remove the garment, however, both the slide fasteners 32 and the flaps 25 are opened. - ' In the construction above described the advan , tages of separate pockets are obtained without trousers when said ?rst closure means is opened to expose the pocket openings. 50 3. A‘ garment comprising front and back panels having adjacent side edges forming side openings therebetween, pockets secured on the inside of the front panel adjacent the side edges thereof and with the pockt openings adjacent the side 55 edges of said panel and accessible through said side openings, separable closure means compris ing slide fasteners joining the side edges of said panels, said closure means being adapted to close ,the side openings of,the garment and to conceal the pockets, side ?aps attached to’ the side edges of said back panel in a position to overlap the in ner sides of the pockets, and means securing said flaps to said pockets for closing the side open ing of- said trousers when said ?rst closure means 65 is opened to expose the pocket openings. MADELEINE C. HAMILTON.