TODAY’S PATENT-BREATHABLE BODY WEAR
The BREATHABLE BODY WEAR was invented by Bradford H. Bullock (Norwalk, CT), Ronald D. Chelednik, Sr. (Jackson, NJ), Peter J. Mimmo (Longport, NJ) on the 18th of April, 2000, bearing patent number US6049908A.
This current invention garment is mainly for taking a comfortable breath while wearing sportswear. The breathable body wear is made up of various layers, without sleeves. This garment has been shaped to be worn to the upper torso and person’s shoulder. It contains the zipper from the neck to the waist portion. While wearing this garment person feels flexibility and breathing is easier as it embraced two or three layers. The first layer of an inner and outer surface is made up of the neoprene layer. The first layer is a combination of neoprene contains more than polybenzimidazole. The second layer embraces with the fabric of an open-knit facing covered to the neoprene and polybenzimidazole layer. This layers surface involves the trilobal designed perforations; these are positioned randomly and individually efficient. Thus resultants neither impact nor detract from the stretchability, resilience, and expandability of the cloth. This triblobal design of perforations permits the moisture to dry faster from the individual body. That’s why this invention came to provide comfortable in sportswear for a person that has not sweat at the time of exercise and is easy to breathe even in the fitted garments.