TODAY’S PATENT – METHOD FOR TREATMENT OF BAGGED ORGANIC MATERIALS
The Method for treatment of bagged organic materials was invented Earl J. Cavalier (Houma, LA) on the 1st of November, 1994, bearing patent number US5461843A.
The present invention relates to an outer protective garment that the user can quickly and easily put on and take off. The invention further relates to a garment that is resistant to water, snow, mud, and the like. Additionally, this invention relates to a garment that can be put on over trousers, coverails, etc., without removing one’s shoes, boots or other footwear. The garment can be folded into a compact shape that is easy to carry. It is light in weight and comfortable to wear. It is easy to put on and take off, and these operations can be conducted without need for removing footwear. Thus even though the user’s footwear may be heavily laden with mud, slush, snow or the like, the interior of the trouser legs is not exposed to these materials, and damage to the trouser legs due to protruding buckles etc., on the footwear is avoided. And the garment is resistant to the ingress of water, snow, and mud.