Title:
UNDERSHIELD ROOF JACKET
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The Undershield Roof Jacket, Is a stylist outdoors jacket. An anytime wear jacket clothing with a anytime convertible cloth roof cover, that can be worn outdoors in good or bad weather conditions. It is worn with the convenience of the built in cloth roof, collapsed down adjacent on the jacket lower backside at all times. Then it is there also for whenever you need to use it, to convert it, just by pulling two adjustable cloth roof straps upward and forwards to elevate overhead to fasten to the front of the jacket, to wear an jacket with built in overhead roof closer.


Inventors:
Gibson Jr., Jimmie Lee (Cleveland Heights, OH, US)
Application Number:
14/040682
Publication Date:
04/02/2015
Filing Date:
09/29/2013
Assignee:
GIBSON, JR. JIMMIE LEE
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A41D1/02; A42B1/04
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Claims:
Having described my invention, I claim:

1. An new apparel designed jacket with a built in mechanics structured cloth roof that converts to pull overhead, consisting: a. a fashion apparel jacket designed with built in cloth roof frameworks; b. the three major parts that is titled the “shoulder stick”, “elevation sticks”, and the “interrelated plastic truss strips”; c. a type of conventional jacket with an overhead elevated cover cloth roof closer; d. two separated straps located attached on front sides of cloth roof visor truss plastic strip, partial roof cover support, pull motion control, and balance control; e. an jacket with an built in harness webbing with anchor fasteners on the front attaches two separated straps located attached on cloth roof visor truss plastic strip; f. an air-flow vent opening on the lower cloth roof backside interval; g. built in padded shoulders slip cover mounts for containing and supporting a shoulder stick; h. an five count or more overhead bow shape plastic half inch wide strips structure with end covers for the overhead support for cloth roof cover supporting; i. an shoulder stick for supporting a elevation stick that elevates upward by pulling up a built in cloth roof framework from on backside roof jacket; j. an elevation stick for support of an five count or more overhead bow shape plastic half inch wide strips structure with end cover; k. clear vinyl windows to view outside the panels built in on the cloth roof sides.

2. 2-8. (canceled)

2. An jacket designed with combined mechanics to convert a built in cloth roof cover overhead of an individual, comprising: a. by hands by pulling two separate straps simultaneously upward from backside of an jacket titled roof jacket or body roof jacket; b. an mechanics structured cloth roof made of various textiles, fabrics, plastics, lightweight metals, and wood which takes five parts intervals to create the cloth roof; c. an jacket with built in roof made of cloth fabric covering an frameworks structured that converts upwards located on the shoulders and backside; d. an mechanic structured cloth roof worn collapse and draped downwards adjacent to lower half of the roof jacket design apparel; e. an jacket with built on cloth roof designated suitable to wear in any type of weather condition with made to convert from a conventional jacket to jacket with an overhead built on cloth roof; f. an conventional modern jacket for outerwear that is custom made to fit men, women, and children; g. an modern conventional outerwear jacket prepared customarily by use of fashion design concept, technical design pattern making, precision cutting and quality sewing techniques; h. an conventional modern wear jacket custom made outerwear differ to most others that brings the vision of future brand life through innovative, trend and apparel design, that are to the cutting edge and fresh; i. an conventional modern outerwear jacket is a hip or waist length garment for the upper body, typically has sleeves, and fastens in the front, back, top, or slightly on the sides.



Description:

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

This application is a continuation-in-part of U.S. Provisional Application No. 61/861,976, Filing Date: Aug. 3, 2013, and is continuation of Application No. 61/861,976, Filing Date: Aug. 28, 2013.

STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH or DEVELOPMENT

(Not Applicable)

APPENDIX

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

1. Field of the Invention

This invention relates to the field of apparel outdoors wear. Specifically, inventions that consists of state of the art fashion apparel jacket designs. A conventional jacket wear for use during the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer.

2. Description of the Related Art

A conventional modern outerwear jacket is a hip or waist length garment for the upper body. A jacket typically has sleeves, and fastens in the front or slightly on the side. A jacket is generally lighter, tighter fitting, and less insulating than a coat, which is outerwear. Some jackets are fashionable, while others serve as protective clothing.

The term jacket is a traditional term usually used to refer to a specific type of short under coat. Typical modern jackets extend only to the upper thigh in length, whereas older coats such as tailcoats are usually of knee length. The modern jacket wore with a suit is traditionally called a lounge coat, or a lounge jacket, in British English and a sack coat in American English. The American English term is rarely used . Traditionally, the majority of men dressed in a coat and tie, although this has become gradually less widespread since the 1960's. Because the basic pattern for the stroller black jacket wore with striped trousers in British English, and dinner jacket tuxedo in American English, are the same as lounge coats, tailors traditionally call both of these special types of jackets a costume.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE PRESENT INVENTION

The Undershield Roof Jacket, A new wave fashion apparel jacket designed with built in cloth roof frameworks. The Roof Jacket is designed to wear in any type of weather condition and is made to convert from a conventional jacket to a jacket with an overhead built in cloth roof. Presently known as the cloth roof jacket and sometimes called the body roof jacket, this new fashion apparel also with built in converting roof is designed to fold down to the backside of the jacket when it is not in use. This is what makes it different from other past jacket designs.

The Undershield Roof Jacket is a new state of the art apparel designed jacket with a built in mechanics structured cloth roof that converts to pull overhead. The roof made of cloth fabric is located on the shoulders and backside of the apparel designed jacket.

The cloth roof is built in on the jacket shoulders supported and mounted by use of slotted slip cloth covers and webbing straps. The necessities provided for the mounting support of the three major parts that is titled the shoulder stick, elevation sticks and the interrelated plastic truss strips. The mechanics structured cloth roof is made of various textiles, fabrics, plastics, lightweight metals, and wood which takes five parts intervals to create the cloth roof.

The Undershield Roof Jacket is designed to convert a cloth roof cover overhead of an individual by hands by pulling two separate straps simultaneously upward from the backside of the said jacket, The Undershield Jacket, The two separated straps is located attached on the front sides of the cloth roof visor truss plastic strip, that is partial roof cover support, pull motion control, and balance control. The total of five interrelated structured plastic truss strips, with total of five cloth covers to create a complete cloth roof cover. The cloth roof cover materials to make is of durable fabrics materials such as water repellent nylons, vinyl, for wet rainy weather. Others such as cotton fabrics, leathers, and wools.

The Undershield Roof Jacket is designed to convert to be an overhead roof cover by pulling two attached front straps upward from the backside of said jacket to a built in harness webbing with anchor fasteners on the front of said designed jacket. The webbing strap harness is another means of support for the balance and control of the overhead positioning of one cloth roof. The roof jacket cover is equipped with five interrelated structured plastic truss strips that is padded for a safe and comfortable wear. The said parts the shoulders stick and elevation sticks is made of durable molded plastic two parts attachment by one rivet mount allows the two piece motion capability and function.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE SEVERAL VIEWS THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1. Illustration of the back view of an individual wearing the undershield roof jacket, demonstrating by showing where and how to wear the cloth roof frameworks

FIG. 2. Illustration of the side view of an individual in action restructuring the built in cloth roof frameworks from the adjacent downward position to convert upward by pulling simultaneously on two straps to form the overhead cloth roof.

FIG. 3. Illustration of the side view of an individual wearing the undershield roof jacket, when using the total effects with the cloth body roof in an complete elevated overhead position, securely fastened down on the jacket harness.

FIG. 4. Illustration of the front side view of an individual wearing the under shield roof jacket complete elevated overhead with two straps mounted securely extended from the cloth roof front sides to jacket harness.

FIG. 5. Illustration of the back view of an individual wearing the under shield roof jacket, with the cloth roof completely elevated covering in the overhead, with in view the air-flow vent opening on the mid center of the jacket backside.

FIG. 6. Illustration of two parts known as; shoulder stick, and the, elevation stick, is separated before mounting of the fastener in view.

FIG. 7. Illustration of the two parts unit after assemble by use of an fastener, two parts unit known as; shoulder stick, and the elevation stick, is mounted by the fastener in view.

FIG. 8. Illustration of an two parts units, that create the three part unit assemble in view, known as; plastic truss strip, and the, end cover, shown viewed completely assembled as an three parts unit.

FIG. 9. Illustration of an two parts unit shown inserted into the shoulders padded slip covers of the under shield roof jacket, is viewed worn by an individual.

FIG. 10. Illustration of an individual wearing the undershield roof jacket completed with only the frameworks plastic roof structure and shoulder sticks and elevation sticks, shown elevated surrounding overhead the individual.

REFERENCE NUMERALS IN THE DRAWINGS

81 roof jacket23 shoulders slip cover mounts
94 cloth roof collapsed96 air-flow vent opening
82 cloth roofA elevation stick
95 two adjustable webbing strapsB shoulders stick
05 roof jacket harnessC common fastener
93 clear vinylD plastic truss strip
13 elevated overhead covered positionE plastic end cover

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 Illustration of the individual wearing a 81 roof jacket with the 94 cloth roof collapsed down on the backside when not in use.

FIG. 2 Illustration of the individual wearing the 81 roof jacket in motion with the 95 two adjustable webbing straps in hands when pulling upward from attached visor D truss with the 82 cloth roof converting the 82 cloth roof towards the overhead position.

FIG. 3 Illustration of the individual wearing the 81 roof jacket with the 82 cloth roof completely elevated overhead safe and secure by the use of the 95 two adjustable webbing straps, extending downward fastened to the 05 roof jacket harness by the use of fasteners. Inclusive with the feature of the 93 clear vinyl to view outside the panels built in on the 82 cloth roof sides.

FIG. 4 Illustration of the individual wearing the 81 roof jacket viewing from front forward with the 82 cloth roof in a complete elevated overhead position, safe and secure, fastened on to the 05 roof jacket harness by use of the fasteners.

FIG. 5 Illustration of the individual wearing the 81 roof jacket viewed from back of the backside with the 82 cloth roof in a completely 13 elevated overhead covered position, safe and secure, with view of the 96 air-flow vent opening on the 82 cloth roof backside interval.

FIG. 6 Illustration of the, Shoulders Stick, and the, Elevation Stick, with one common rivet, one screw and nut. The two piece parts viewed, A Elevation stick, and B Shoulders stick, When mounted as by a common fastener, Known as the, C Rivet or Screw and Nut. The A and the B by a C, participates as a three parts unit. The common fastener, said as part is not claiming as part, Allows the two parts claiming A and B to move motion freely to fold over to a adjacent position, said as used with the 81 roof jacket when inserted on the 23 shoulders slip cover mounts. This assembly when completed allows the A elevation into upward position.

FIG. 7 Illustration of the, Plastic Truss Strip, and the Plastic End Cover. The two piece parts viewed, D Plastic truss strip, and E Plastic end cover. When mounted as a adjoin units, said it become one as for use with the supporter and the elevation for the motion that create the structure for the overhead 82 cloth roof. The D part unit is adjoined with, E part unit, said creates one unit to connect a five of the one unit adjoining of five points of five points by use of C common fastener, said one each of five points units, D and E, said adjoin by C common fastener mounts to A and B, inserted on the 23 shoulders slip cover mounts. This assembly when completed allow the E, D, C, B, A, and the jacket, said jacket with built in 82 cloth roof to elevate a overhead roof cover to shield out any type of weather conditions.

FIG. 8 Illustration of the, Plastic Truss Strip, and the Plastic End Cover. The two piece parts viewed, D Plastic truss strip, and E Plastic end cover. When mounted as a adjoin units, said it become one as for use to support and to elevate a upward motion from the 81 roof jacket backside that create a overhead bow shape structure for the overhead 82 cloth roof. The D part unit is adjoined with, E part unit, said creates one unit to connect a five of the one unit adjoining of five points of five points by use of, C common fastener, said one each of five points units D and E, said adjoin by, C common fastener mounts.

FIG. 9 Illustration of the individual wearing the 81 roof jacket viewed from back of the backside with the two piece parts viewed, A Elevation stick, and B Shoulders stick, in a completely elevated position, safe and secure. When mounted as by a common fastener, Known as the, C Rivet or Screw and Nut. The A and the B by a C, participates as a three parts unit. The common fastener, said as part is not claiming as part, Allows the two parts claiming A and B to move motion freely to fold over to a adjacent position, said as used with the 81 roof jacket when inserted on the 23 shoulders slip cover mounts. This assembly when completed allows the A elevation into a upward and downward position towards the backside adjacent to the individual shoulders.

FIG. 10 Illustration of the, Plastic Truss Strip, and the Plastic End Cover. The two piece parts viewed, D Plastic truss strip, and E Plastic end cover. When mounted as a adjoin units, said it become one as for use with the supporter A Elevation stick, and B Shoulders stick, When mounted as by a common fastener, C Rivet or Screw and Nut. The D part unit is adjoined with E part unit, Said creates one unit to connect a five of the one unit adjoining of five points of five points by use of the C common fastener, said one each of five points units D and E, Said adjoin by C common fastener mounts to A and B, that is inserted on the 23 shoulders slip cover mounts. This assembly when completed allow the E, D, C, B, A, and the jacket to function as known as 81 roof jacket, said jacket with a built in 82 cloth roof can elevate overhead to use as a overhead 82 cloth roof. The A and the B by a C participates as a three parts unit. Allows the two parts claiming A and B to move motion freely to fold over to a adjacent position, said as used with the 81 roof jacket when inserted on the 23 shoulders slip cover mounts. This assembly when completed allows the A to elevate into upward position with five unit adjoining of five points of five points by use of C common fasteners, said, D Plastic truss strip, and E Plastic end cover. When mounted as an adjoin units, Said it become one as for use to support and to elevate upward by pulling motion upward from the backside of the 81 roof jacket backside that create a overhead bow shape structure for the overhead support for 82 cloth roof.





 
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