TODAY’S PATENT- LIQUID-CUSHIONED OUTERWEAR
The Liquid Cushioned Outerwear is invented by Nathaniel Calvert, patented by the USPTO on 5th of April 1994, bearing patent number USRE34573E.
The invention is pants wear including a liquid-filled cushion insert mounted to the pants wear in the region of the buttocks between pluralities of layers. The present invention relates to sportswear and, in particular, to an improved liquid bladder containing bicycle seat cover and padded pant swears and gloves for the bicyclist, among a variety of end users.
Depending upon an individual’s vocation (e.g. working on an assembly line or driving a truck), or preferred leisure activities (e.g. riding a bicycle, motorcycle or horse, rowing a boat or sailing), participation requires physical contact between the participant and a work object or work piece with dynamic points of friction and shock occurring there between. These points of contact or pressure points and the resultant heat and stress can over time produce muscle fatigue, pressure sores, blistering, numbness, reduced blood circulation and/or tissue damage, all of which detract from the participant’s enjoyment and performance. The object of the invention is to provide comfort and avoid friction and shock along with produce muscle fatigue, pressure sores, blistering, numbness, reduced blood circulation and/or tissue damage.