Title:
Overall, throusers and shorts
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
This invention pertains to an Overall, Trousers and Shorts for the protection and shield of vital parts in the crotch and as for freedom of movement. There is no choice of right or left for the crutch seam in the genital area The Crotch seams are located at the two side of the crotch centre front. The construction contains of two or more layer(s) of material/fabric at centre front. One Inner layer attached to the rest of the garment as one piece And one Outer layer with an up and down foldable flap(s). ((The inner and outer centre front layer(s) can also have a solution of being detachable and removable from the rest of the garment)) Additional layer(s) with a flap(s) can be attached by buttons, zipped on attached by any other suitable material(s) ((or fasten in the belt as a shield or as an additional protection



Inventors:
Langmyr, Rita (Montreal, CA)
Application Number:
11/222331
Publication Date:
05/25/2006
Filing Date:
09/09/2005
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A41D1/06
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Primary Examiner:
HALE, GLORIA M
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
RITA LANGMYR (MONTREAL, QC, CA)
Claims:
1. Two crotch seams two side of central front with flap(s) and insertions.

Description:

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF SHORTS

Original

FIG. 1-52

This invention pertains to an un-conventional anatomic construction with layers in the crotch centre front both for protection and shield.

The inner layer may be formed to the body by notches and seams suitable to the material and purpose and may have a fly. The outer layer(s) the flap(s) construction at the crotch centre front is also dependable of material and purpose may suitably be formed by notches and seams to achieve the desirable effect.

Embodying this invention combines the crotch seams and the layers in the crotch centre front by a flap FIG. 1 (4) or Flaps in different layers FIG. 12 (35) They are described and illustrated first with the Flap closed and then with the flap in an up-folded position FIG. 1 and FIG. 2.

FIG. 1 and FIGS. 2, 7 and 10, 13 and 17 . . . and so on are all the same it's only the position of the Flap(s) that differs.

FIG. 1-28 illustrations and descriptions of Overall, trousers and shorts are all similar. (After that it differs)

Cross sectional fragmentary side views illustrate the outer layer(s) and their positions at centre front but, also the inner layer differences such as FIG. 3 and FIG. 4 on a larger scale compared to the front views FIG. 1 and FIG. 2

Inner layer FIG. 3 (8) FIG. 6, 8, 12, 15, 19, 23, 27, 32, 36, 39, 43 are permanently attached to the rest of the garment and has a complete un-broken inner layer from the waist line to the inner seam and may for example: be suitable for zippered fly as in FIGS. 37, 39 and 40. FIGS. 37, 39 and 40 are on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

Inner layer FIG. 4 (11) FIG. 5, 9, 11, 14, 18, 22, 26, 31, 35, 40, 44 are partly attached to the rest of the garment by the crotch seams two side of centre front half way up from the inner seam to the waist line.

It may have an opening for the fly in the upper edge centre front or at centre front dependable of the material and purpose as in FIG. 33-36, 38.

FIG. 33-36, 38 are on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 are fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

OUTER LAYER(S)

FIG. 1-6 are illustrating a crotch centre front with two layers

FIG. 7-11 illustrate a crotch centre front with three layers

FIG. 13-28 illustrates a separate extra layer crotch piece

FIG. 20 illustrates a layer for the crotch centre front on top of the surface of the Shorts

The outer layer(s) and the inner layer may be attached to each other by Velcro, tape fasteners or suitable material and solution

DETAILED DESCRIPTION ORIGINAL

Trousers FIG. 1-45

This invention pertains to an un-conventional anatomic construction with layers in the crotch centre front both for protection and shield.

The inner layer may be formed to the body by notches and seams suitable to the material and purpose and may have a fly. The outer layer(s) the flap(s) construction at the crotch centre front is also dependable of material and purpose may suitably be formed by notches and seams to achieve the desirable result.

Embodying this invention combines the crotch seams and the layers in the crotch centre front by a flap FIG. 1 (4) or Flaps in different layers FIG. 12 (35) They are described and illustrated first with the Flap closed and then with the flap in an up-folded position FIG. 1 and FIG. 2.

FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, 7 and 10, 13 and 17 . . . and so on are all the same it's only the position of the Flap(s) that differs.

FIG. 1-28 illustrations and descriptions of Overall, trousers and shorts are all similar. (After that it differs)

Cross sectional fragmentary side views illustrate the outer layer(s) and their positions at centre front but, also the inner layer differences such as FIG. 3 and FIG. 4 are about the same scale compared to the front views FIG. 1 and FIG. 2

Inner layer FIG. 3 (8) FIG. 6, 8, 12, 15, 19, 23, 27, 32, 36, 39, 43 are permanently attached to the rest of the garment and has a complete un-broken inner layer from the waist line to the inner seam and may for example: be suitable for zippered fly as in FIGS. 33, 35 and 36. FIGS. 33, 35 and 36 on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions of the inner layer

Inner layer FIG. 4 (11) FIG. 5, 9, 11, 14, 18, 22, 26, 31, 35, 40, 44 are partly attached to the rest of the garment by the crotch seams two side of centre front half way up from the inner seam to the waist line.

It may have an opening for the fly in the upper edge centre front or at centre front dependable of the material and purpose as in FIG. 29-32, 34.

FIG. 29-32 and 34 on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 are fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

Outer Layer(s)

FIG. 1-6 are illustrating a crotch centre front with two layers

FIG. 7-12 illustrate a crotch centre front with three layers

FIG. 13-28 illustrates a separate extra layer crotch piece

FIG. 20 illustrates a layer for the crotch centre front on top of the surface of the overall/coverall

The outer layer(s) and the inner layer may be attached to each other by Velcro, tape snap fasteners or suitable material and solution

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

Original

Overall/Coverall FIG. 1-52

This invention pertains to an un-conventional anatomic construction with layers in the crotch centre front both for protection and shield.

The inner layer may be formed to the body by notches and seams suitable to the material and purpose and may have a fly. The outer layer(s) the flap(s) construction at the crotch centre front is also dependable of material and purpose may suitably be formed by notches and seams to achieve the desirable result.

Embodying this invention combines the crotch seams and the layers in the crotch centre front by a flap FIG. 1 (4) or Flaps in different layers FIG. 12 (35) They are described and illustrated first with the Flap closed and then with the flap in an up-folded position FIG. 1 and FIG. 2.

FIG. 1 and FIGS. 2, 7 and 10, 13 and 17 . . . and so on are all the same it's only the position of the Flap(s) that differs.

FIG. 1-28 illustrations and descriptions of Overall, trousers and shorts are all similar. (After that it differs)

Cross sectional fragmentary side views illustrate the outer layer(s) and their positions at centre front but, also the inner layer differences such as FIG. 3 and FIG. 4 on both smaller and larger scale compared to the front views FIG. 1 and FIG. 2

Inner layer FIG. 3 (8) FIG. 6, 8, 12, 15, 19, 23, 27, 32, 36, 39, 43 are permanently attached to the rest of the garment and has a complete un-broken inner layer from the waist line to the inner seam and may for example: be suitable for zippered fly as in FIGS. 49, 51 and 52. FIGS. 49, 51 and 52 on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

Inner layer FIG. 4 (11) FIG. 5, 9, 11, 14, 18, 22, 26, 31, 35, 40, 44 are partly attached to the rest of the garment by the crotch seams two side of centre front half way up from the inner seam to the waist line.

It may have an opening for the fly in the upper edge centre front or at centre front dependable of the material and purpose as in FIG. 45-48, 50.

FIGS. 45-48 and 50 are on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 are fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

Outer Layer(s)

FIG. 1-6 are illustrating a crotch centre front with two layers

FIG. 7-12 illustrate a crotch centre front with three layers

FIG. 13-44 illustrates a separate extra layer crotch piece

FIG. 20 illustrates a layer for the crotch centre front on top of the surface of the overall/coverall

FIGS. 30 and 38 has a totally removable/detachable centre front piece.

The outer layer(s) and the inner layer may be attached to each other by Velcro, tape snap fasteners or suitable material and solution

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWING ORIGINALS

Shorts FIG. 1-52

Illustrates a front view of shorts showing my new invention. The broken line showings are for illustrative purpose only and form no part of the claimed invention.

Any trimming showing is for illustrative purposes only and forms no part of the claimed invention.

Description and illustration of FIGS. 1 and 2, 7 and 10, 13 and 17, 21 and 25, 29 and 34, 47 and 50 are all the same, but the flap that is closed or up-folded

FIG. 1 Illustrates a front view of the shorts showing my new invention. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch.

The crotch seam begins at two sides of central front. (1) The crotch seam follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (2) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (3)

There are two separate layers of material in the crotch (4) where of which the outer top layer of the materials is up-foldable.

Illustration number 1 shows the outer layer (the flap) in a closed position (4)

FIG. 2 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch. The crotch seams begins at two side of central front (1). The crotch seams follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (2) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (3). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch where of which_the top layer of material in the crotch is up-foldable.

Description FIG. 2 is the same description as FIG. 1, but shows the inner and outer layer (5) the outer layer (the flap) is in a up-folded position (6)

FIG. 3 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the FIG. 1 showing the two layer of material at the crotch central front (7). The inner layer is a whole unbroken piece from the intersectional point of the waist band to the inner seam (8). The outer layer (the flap) is in a closed position (9)

FIG. 4 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 1 showing the two layer of material at the crotch central front (10). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of center front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner-seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (11). The flap is in a closed position (12).

FIG. 5 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 2 showing the two layers of materials at the crotch central front (13). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of center front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (14). The outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position.

FIG. 6 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 2 showing the two layer of material at the crotch center front. The inner layer is in one unbroken piece from the intersectional point of the waistband to the inner seam (16). The outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (17).

FIG. 7 Illustrates a front view of shorts. The crotch-seams begin at the two sides of centre front (18) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (19) to the intersectional point of the inner-seam (20). There are tree separate layers of material in the crotch center front (21) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable.

Illustrate the (outer layers) of the flaps in a closed position (22)

FIG. 8 Illustrates, a cross-sectional perspective side view of FIG. 7. The three layers of material at the crotch central front (23). The inner layer centre front is a whole un-broken piece from the waistband to the inner-seam. The two outer layers (the flap are in a closed position (24).

FIG. 9 Illustrates a cross-sectional side view of FIG. 7. The tree layers centre front of material at the crotch centre front (25). The inner layers are attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner-seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (26). The outer layers (the flaps) are in a closed position (27).

FIG. 10 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begin at the two sides of centre front (41) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (28) to the intersectional point of the inner-seams (29).

The illustration is the same as FIG. 7. The difference is: There are three separate layers of material in the crotch where of which the outer layers (the flaps) are in an up-folded position (30).

FIG. 11 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of FIG. 10. There are three separate layers of material in the crotch (31) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable. The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (32) in the illustration the outer layer of the two flaps is in an up-folded position (33).

FIG. 12 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of FIG. 10. There are three separate layers of material in the crotch (34) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable (35). In this illustration the outer layer of the two up foldable flaps is in an up-folded position (36)

FIG. 13 Illustrates a front view of shorts with a fully removable one layer center front piece on top of the centre front (37). Attached by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (38) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seam (39). The detachable/removable separate outer layer of the material in the crotch is up-foldable. The illustration of the outer layer is in a closed position (40).

FIG. 14 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 13. The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch centre front (42). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (43). The flap is in a closed position (44)

FIG. 15 Illustrates across-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 13. The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch at centre front (45). The inner layer is a whole un-broken piece from the intersectional point of the inner seam to the waist line (46). The outer removable/detachable layer

(The flap) is in a closed position (47).

FIG. 16 Illustrates a front view. Removable/detachable outer layer to be attached by a closing solution as zipper buttons etc. The flap is in a closed position (48)

FIG. 17 Illustrates a front view of shorts with fully removable outer layer centre front piece (49) attached on top by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (50) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seams (51).

There is one removable/detachable separate outer layer of material in the crotch which is up-foldable. The description is the same as FIG. 13 but, the outer layer is in an up-folded position (52)

FIG. 18 Illustrates a cross sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. (17). The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch centre front (53). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layer top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (54). The flap is in an up-folded position (55)

FIG. 19 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 17. The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch at centre front (56). The inner layer is a whole unbroken piece from the inter-sectional point of the waist line to the inner seam (57). The outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (58)

FIG. 20 Illustrates front view centre front removable and detachable separate outer layer to be attached on top of the overall by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. The flap is in an up-folded position (59).

FIG. 21 Illustrates front view of shorts with two layers where of which the outer layer is up-foldable. There is also one fully removable/detachable separate layer centre front piece on top (60) attached by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (61) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seam (62).

The removable/detachable separate outer layer of material in the crotch is up-foldable. The illustration shows the outer removable/detachable layer (the flap) in a closed position (63)

FIG. 22 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 21 showing the three layers of materials at the crotch centre front (64) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable. The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layer top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (65). The flaps are in a closed position (66)

FIG. 23 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 21 showing the three layers of material at the crotch centre front (67) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable.

The inner layer is a whole un-broken piece from the intersectional point of the waist line. To the inner seam (68). The outer layers (the flaps) are in a closed position (69).

FIG. 24 Illustrates front view of a centre front removable and detachable separate outer layer to be on top of the shorts attached to by a closing solution as zipper buttons etc. The flap is in a closed position (70)

FIG. 25 Illustrates a front view of shorts with two layers where of which the outer layer is up-foldable. There is also one fully removable/detachable separate layer centre front piece to be on top (71) attached by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (72) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seam (73). The removable/detachable separate outer layer of material in the crotch is up-foldable. The description is the same as FIG. 21 but, shows the outer separate removable layer in an up-folded position (74).

FIG. 26 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 25 showing the three layers of material at the crotch at centre front (75) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable (76). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (77). The outer separate removable/detachable layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (78).

FIG. 27 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 25 showing the three layers of material at the crotch centre front (79) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable. The inner layer is a whole unbroken piece from the intersectional point of the waist line to the inner seam (80). The outer separate removable/detachable layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (81).

FIG. 28 Illustrates a front view of a centre front removable/detachable separate outer layer (71) to be attached on top by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. The separate removable/detachable outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (82)

FIG. 29 Illustrates a front view of shorts with a fully removable/detachable centre front crotch piece. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (83) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area (84) to the intersectional point of the inner seams (85). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch centre front where of which the top outer layer (the flap) is up-foldable. The inner layer is detachable/removable two sides of centre front and at the inner seam. The illustration shows the flap in a closed position (90). The detachable/removable centre front crotch piece may be separated by zipper, buttons or suitable material from the intersectional point of the waist line (86) down to the lower thighs (87) by the inner seam to the other thigh (88) then up to the intersectional point of the waist line (89) will detach/remove the central front crotch part from the rest of the garment.

FIG. 30 Illustrates a perspective cross-sectional side view of the illustration, FIG. 29. There are two layers of the material at the crotch centre front (91). The outer layer is up-foldable. The outer layer (the flap) is in a closed position (92)

FIG. 31 Illustrates a side view of FIG. 29 and shows a closing/opening solution at the centre front and centre backs inner seam. The centre front and back are separate layers at the inner seam. The centre front is overlapping the centre back (93) they are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro or other suitable material. The flap at centre front is in a closed position (94).

FIG. 32 Illustrates a front view of shorts FIG. 29 with a removed/detached centre front crotch piece.

FIG. 33 Illustrates a front view of the removed and detached crotch centre front piece that is to be attached to FIG. 32 shows the flap is in a closed position (95)

FIG. 34 Illustrates a front view of shorts with a fully removable/detachable centre front piece (96) there are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (97) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area (98) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (99). There are two separate layers of materials in the crotch where of which the top outer layer (The flap) is up-foldable. The inner layer is detachable/removable two sides of centre front (100) and at the inner seam (101). The illustration shows the outer layer (The flap) in an up-folded position (102). The detachable/removable centre front crotch piece may be separated by zipper, buttons or suitable notion/material from the intersectional point of the waist line (103) down to the lower thigh (104) by the inner seam to the other thigh (105) then up to the intersectional point of the waist line (106) will detach/remove the centre front crotch part from the rest of the garment. Please see FIG. 37 and FIG. 38.

FIG. 35 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 34 there are two layers of material at the crotch centre front (107). The outer layer is up-foldable. The outer layer (The flap) is in an up-folded position (108)

FIG. 36 Illustrate a side view of FIG. 34 shows a closing/opening solution at the inner seam. The centre front and centre back are two separate layers at the inner seam (109). The centre front is over lapping the centre back (110) and are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro, Snap-buttons or other suitable notion/material. The flap at centre front is in an up-folded position (111)

FIG. 37 Illustrates a front view of shorts (FIG. 34) with a removed/detached centre front crotch piece (FIG. 38)

FIG. 38 Illustrates a front view of the removed and detached centre front crotch piece that is to be attached two side of centre front to FIG. 37. FIG. 38 shows the flap is in an up-folded position (112).

FIG. 39 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top of the edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 (113).

FIG. 40 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 and two notches two sides of centre front (114).

FIG. 41 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 and has a seam at the centre front (115).

FIG. 42 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4. A seam at the centre front and two notches two sides of centre front (116).

FIG. 43 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has no fly. The layer is whole and un-broken (117).

FIG. 44 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 and is gathered at centre front (118).

FIG. 45 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrate the inner layer which has a fly at centre front (119)

FIG. 46 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrate the inner layer which has a seam, a fly and two notches two side of centre front (120)

FIG. 47 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch centre front. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (121). The crotch seams follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (122) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (123). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch where of which the (outer) top layer is up-foldable. Illustration FIG. 47 shows the outer layer (The flap) in a closed position (124)

FIG. 48 Illustrates a side view of FIG. 47 showing the closing/opening solution at the inner seam. Centre front and centre back are totally attached to each other (125). The flap at front is in a closed position.

FIG. 49 Illustrates a side view of a closing/opening solution at the inner seam. The centre front and centre back are two separate layers at the inner seam (126). The centre front is over lapping the centre back (127) and are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro, snap buttons or other suitable notion/material. The flap at centre front is in a closed position (128).

FIG. 50 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch centre front. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (129). The crotch seams follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (130) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (131). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch (4) where of which the (outer) top layer is up-foldable. Illustration number 1 shows the outer layer (The flap) in a closed position (132).

FIG. 51 Illustrates a side view of FIG. 47 showing the closing/opening solution at the inner seam. Central front and central back are totally attached to each other (133). The flap at front is in an up-folded position.

FIG. 52 Illustrates a side view of closing/opening solution at the inner seam. The centre front and centre back are two separate layers at the inner seam (134). The centre front is overlapping the centre back (135) and are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro, Snap buttons or other suitable notion/material. The flap at centre front is in an up-folded position (136).

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWING

Previously Presented

Shorts FIG. 1-52

Illustrates a front view of shorts showing my new invention. The broken line showings are for illustrative purpose only and form no part of the claimed invention.

Any trimming showing is for illustrative purposes only and forms no part of the claimed invention.

Description and illustration of FIGS. 1 and 2, 7 and 10, 13 and 17, 21 and 25, 29 and 34, 47 and 50 are all the same, but the flap that is closed or up-folded

FIG. 1 Illustrates a front view of the shorts showing my new invention. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch.

The crotch seam begins at two sides of central front. (1) The crotch seam follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (2) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (3)

There are two separate layers of material in the crotch (4) where of which the outer top layer of the materials is up-foldable.

Illustration number 1 shows the outer layer (the flap) in a closed position (4)

FIG. 2 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch. The crotch seams begins at two side of central front (1). The crotch seams follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (2) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (3). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch where of which the top layer of material in the crotch is up-foldable.

Description FIG. 2 is the same description as FIG. 1, but shows the inner and outer layer (5) the outer layer (the flap) is in a up-folded position (6)

FIG. 3 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the FIG. 1 showing the two layer of material at the crotch central front (7). The inner layer is a whole unbroken piece from the intersectional point of the waist band to the inner seam (8). The outer layer (the flap) is in a closed position (9)

FIG. 4 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 1 showing the two layer of material at the crotch central front (10). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of center front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner-seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (11). The flap is in a closed position (12).

FIG. 5 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 2 showing the two layers of materials at the crotch central front (13). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of center front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (14). The outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position.

FIG. 6 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 2 showing the two layer of material at the crotch center front. The inner layer is in one unbroken piece from the intersectional point of the waistband to the inner seam (16). The outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (17).

FIG. 7 Illustrates a front view of shorts. The crotch-seams begin at the two sides of centre front (18) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (19) to the intersectional point of the inner-seam (20). There are tree separate layers of material in the crotch center front (21) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable.

Illustrate the (outer layers) of the flaps in a closed position (22)

FIG. 8 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of FIG. 7. The three layers of material at the crotch central front (23). The inner layer centre front is a whole un-broken piece from the waistband to the inner-seam. The two outer layers (the flap are in a closed position (24).

FIG. 9 Illustrates a cross-sectional side view of FIG. 7. The tree layers centre front of material at the crotch centre front (25). The inner layers are attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner-seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (26). The outer layers (the flaps) are in a closed position (27).

FIG. 10 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begin at the two sides of centre front (41) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (28) to the intersectional point of the inner-seams (29).

The illustration is the same as FIG. 7. The difference is: There are three separate layers of material in the crotch where of which the outer layers (the flaps) are in an up-folded position (30).

FIG. 11 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of FIG. 10. There are three separate layers of material in the crotch (31) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable. The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (32) in the illustration the outer layer of the two flaps is in an up-folded position (33).

FIG. 12 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of FIG. 10. There are three separate layers of material in the crotch (34) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable (35). In this illustration the outer layer of the two up foldable flaps is in an up-folded position (36)

FIG. 13 Illustrates a front view of shorts with a fully removable one layer center front piece on top of the centre front (37). Attached by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (38) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seam (39). The detachable/removable separate outer layer of the material in the crotch is up-foldable. The illustration of the outer layer is in a closed position (40).

FIG. 14 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 13. The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch centre front (42). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner-seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (43). The flap is in a closed position (44)

FIG. 15 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 13. The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch at centre front (45). The inner layer is a whole un-broken piece from the intersectional point of the inner seam to the waist line (46). The outer removable/detachable layer

(The flap) is in a closed position (47).

FIG. 16 Illustrates a front view. Removable/detachable outer layer to be attached by a closing solution as zipper buttons etc. The flap is in a closed position (48)

FIG. 17 Illustrates a front view of shorts with fully removable outer layer centre front piece (49) attached on top by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (50) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seams (51).

There is one removable/detachable separate outer layer of material in the crotch which is up-foldable. The description is the same as FIG. 13 but, the outer layer is in an up-folded position (52)

FIG. 18 Illustrates a cross sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. (17). The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch centre front (53). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (54). The flap is in an up-folded position (55)

FIG. 19 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 17. The removable/detachable outer layer of material at the crotch at centre front (56). The inner layer is a whole unbroken piece from the inter-sectional point of the waist line to the inner seam (57). The outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (58)

FIG. 20 Illustrates front view centre front removable and detachable separate outer layer to be attached on top of the overall by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. The flap is in an up-folded position (59).

FIG. 21 Illustrates front view of shorts with two layers where of which the outer layer is up-foldable. There is also one fully removable/detachable separate layer centre front piece on top (60) attached by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (61) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seams (62).

The removable/detachable separate outer layer of material in the crotch is up-foldable. The illustration shows the outer removable/detachable layer (the flap) in a closed position (63)

FIG. 22 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 21 showing the three layers of materials at the crotch centre front (64) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable. The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (65). The flaps are in a closed position (66).

FIG. 23 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 21 showing the three layers of material at the crotch centre front (67) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable.

The inner layer is a whole un-broken piece from the intersectional point of the waist line. To the inner seam (68). The outer layers (the flaps) are in a closed position (69).

FIG. 24 Illustrates front view of a centre front removable and detachable separate outer layer to be on top of the shorts overall attached to by a closing solution as zipper buttons etc. The flap is in a closed position (70)

FIG. 25 Illustrates a front view of shorts with two layers where of which the outer layer is up-foldable. There is also one fully removable/detachable separate layer centre front piece to be on top (71) attached by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc.

There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at the two sides of centre front (72) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area to the intersectional point of the inner seams (73). The removable/detachable separate outer layer of material in the crotch is up-foldable. The description is the same as FIG. 21 but, shows the outer separate removable layer in an up-folded position (74).

FIG. 26 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 25 showing the three layers of material at the crotch at centre front (75) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable (76). The inner layer is attached to the two crotch seams two side of centre front and the inner seam. The inner layers top edge is about half way up between the inner seam and the waist line covering around the crotch (77). The outer separate removable/detachable layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (78).

FIG. 27 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 25 showing the three layers of material at the crotch centre front (79) where of which the two outer layers are up-foldable. The inner layer is a whole unbroken piece from the intersectional point of the waist line to the inner seam (80). The outer separate removable/detachable layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (81).

FIG. 28 Illustrates a front view of a centre front removable/detachable separate outer layer (71) to be attached on top by a closing solution as zipper, buttons etc. The separate removable/detachable outer layer (the flap) is in an up-folded position (82)

FIG. 29 Illustrates a front view of shorts with a fully removable/detachable centre front crotch piece. There are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (83) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area (84) to the intersectional point of the inner seams (85).

There are two separate layers of material in the crotch centre front where of which the top outer layer (the flap) is up-foldable. The inner layer is detachable/removable two sides of centre front and at the inner seam. The illustration shows the flap in a closed position (90). The detachable/removable centre front crotch piece may be separated by zipper, buttons or suitable material from the intersectional point of the waist line (86) down to the lower thighs (87) by the inner seam to the other thigh (88) then up to the intersectional point of the waist line (89) will detach/remove the central front crotch part from the rest of the garment.

FIG. 30 Illustrates a perspective cross-sectional side view of the illustration, FIG. 29. There are two layers of the material at the crotch centre front (91). The outer layer is up-foldable. The outer layer (the flap) is in a closed position (92)

FIG. 31 Illustrates a side view of FIG. 29 and shows a closing/opening solution at the centre front and centre backs inner seam. The centre front and back are separate layers at the inner seam. The centre front is overlapping the centre back (93) they are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro or other suitable material. The flap at centre front is in a closed position (94).

FIG. 32 Illustrates a front view of shorts FIG. 29 with a removed/detached centre front crotch piece.

FIG. 33 Illustrates a front view of the removed and detached crotch centre front piece that is to be attached to FIG. 32 shows the flap is in a closed position (95)

FIG. 34 Illustrates a front view of shorts with a fully removable/detachable centre front piece (96) there are two separate crotch seams. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (97) following the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thigh and the genital area (98) to the intersectional point of the inner seams (99). There are two separate layers of materials in the crotch where of which the top outer layer (The flap) is up-foldable. The inner layer is detachable/removable two sides of centre front (100) and at the inner seam (101). The illustration shows the outer layer (The flap) in an up-folded position (102). The detachable/removable centre front crotch piece may be separated by zipper, buttons or suitable notion/material from the intersectional point of the waist line (103) down to the lower thighs (104) by the inner seam to the other thigh (105) then up to the intersectional point of the waist line (106) will detach/remove the centre front crotch part from the rest of the garment. Please see FIG. 37 and FIG. 38.

FIG. 35 Illustrates a cross-sectional perspective side view of the illustration FIG. 34 there are two layers of material at the crotch centre front (107). The outer layer is up-foldable. The outer layer (The flap) is in an up-folded position (108)

FIG. 36 Illustrate a side view of FIG. 34 shows a closing/opening solution at the inner seam. The centre front and centre back are two separate layers at the inner seam (109). The centre front is over lapping the centre back (110) and are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro, Snap-buttons or other suitable notion/material. The flap at centre front is in an up-folded position (111)

FIG. 37 Illustrates a front view of shorts (FIG. 34) with a removed/detached centre front crotch piece (FIG. 38)

FIG. 38 Illustrates a front view of the removed and detached centre front crotch piece that is to be attached two side of centre front to FIG. 37. FIG. 38 shows the flap is in an up-folded position (112).

FIG. 39 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top of the edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 (113).

FIG. 40 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 and two notches two sides of centre front (114).

FIG. 41 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 and has a seam at the centre front (115).

FIG. 42 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4. A seam at the centre front and two notches two sides of centre front (116).

FIG. 43 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has no fly. The layer is whole and un-broken (117).

FIG. 44 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrates the inner layer which has an opening for the fly at the top edge of the inner layer as shown in FIG. 4 and is gathered at centre front (118).

FIG. 45 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrate the inner layer which has a fly at centre front (119)

FIG. 46 On a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is a fragmentary front view illustrate the inner layer which has a seam, a fly and two notches two side of centre front (120)

FIG. 47 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch centre front. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (121). The crotch seams follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (122) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (123). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch where of which the (outer) top layer is up-foldable. Illustration FIG. 47 shows the outer layer (The flap) in a closed position (124)

FIG. 48 Illustrates a side view of FIG. 47 showing the closing/opening solution at the inner seam. Centre front and centre back are totally attached to each other (125). The flap at front is in a closed position.

FIG. 49 Illustrates a side view of a closing/opening solution at the inner seam. The centre front and centre back are two separate layers at the inner seam (126). The centre front is over lapping the centre back (127) and are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro, snap buttons or other suitable notion/material. The flap at centre front is in a closed position (128).

FIG. 50 Illustrates a front view of shorts. There are two separate crotch seams at two side of the crotch centre front. The crotch seams begins at two sides of centre front (129). The crotch seams follows the natural folding parallel lines between the upper thighs and the genital area (130) to the intersectional point of the inner seam (131). There are two separate layers of material in the crotch (4) where of which the (outer) top layer is up-foldable. Illustration number 1 shows the outer layer (The flap) in a closed position (132).

FIG. 51 Illustrates a side view of FIG. 47 showing the closing/opening solution at the inner seam. Central front and central back are totally attached to each other (133). The flap at front is in an up-folded position.

FIG. 52 Illustrates a side view of closing/opening solution at the inner seam. The centre front and centre back are two separate layers at the inner seam (134). The centre front is overlapping the centre back (135) and are totally detachable and may be attached together by Velcro, Snap buttons or other suitable notion/material. The flap at centre front is in an up-folded position (136).

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

Previously Presented is the Same as the Original

Overall/Coverall FIG. 1-52

This invention pertains to an un-conventional anatomic construction with layers in the crotch centre front both for protection and shield.

The inner layer may be formed to the body by notches and seams suitable to the material and purpose and may have a fly. The outer layer(s) the flap(s) construction at the crotch centre front is also dependable of material and purpose may suitably be formed by notches and seams to achieve the desirable result.

Embodying this invention combines the crotch seams and the layers in the crotch centre front by a flap FIG. 1 (4) or Flaps in different layers FIG. 12 (35) They are described and illustrated first with the Flap closed and then with the flap in an up-folded position FIG. 1 and FIG. 2.

FIG. 1 and FIGS. 2, 7 and 10, 13 and 17 . . . and so on are all the same it's only the position of the Flap(s) that differs.

FIG. 1-28 illustrations and descriptions of Overall, trousers and shorts are all similar. (After that it differs)

Cross sectional fragmentary side views illustrate the outer layer(s) and their positions at centre front but, also the inner layer differences such as FIG. 3 and FIG. 4 on both smaller and larger scale compared to the front views FIG. 1 and FIG. 2

Inner layer FIG. 3 (8) FIG. 6, 8, 12, 15, 19, 23, 27, 32, 36, 39, 43 are permanently attached to the rest of the garment and has a complete un-broken inner layer from the waist line to the inner seam and may for example: be suitable for zippered fly as in FIGS. 49, 51 and 52. FIGS. 49, 51 and 52 on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 is fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

Inner layer FIG. 4(11) FIG. 5, 9, 11, 14, 18, 22, 26, 31, 35, 40, 44 are partly attached to the rest of the garment by the crotch seams two side of centre front half way up from the inner seam to the waist line.

It may have an opening for the fly in the upper edge centre front or at centre front dependable of the material and purpose as in FIG. 45-48, 50.

FIGS. 45-48 and 50 are on a larger scale compared to FIG. 2 are fragmentary front views each illustrating an example of solutions at the inner layer

Outer Layer(s)

FIG. 1-6 are illustrating a crotch centre front with two layers

FIG. 7-12 illustrate a crotch centre front with three layers

FIG. 13-44 illustrates a separate extra layer crotch piece

FIG. 20 illustrates a layer for the crotch centre front on top of the surface of the overall/coverall

FIGS. 30 and 38 has a totally removable/detachable centre front piece.

The outer layer(s) and the inner layer may be attached to each other by Velcro, tape snap fasteners or suitable material and solution