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Title:
HYBRID JACKET-BAG
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2019/043420
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
A hybrid jacket-bag is proposed. The jacket-bag hybrid is a multi-formed, multi-functioning piece of wear, in the shape of a jacket, that is used as a storing area, functioning as a backpack, as well. It can possibly have a size changing belt, to provide the relevant option. In the upper part, it can have an opening to access the storing area that covers the biggest part of the internal surface of the jacket, and can close, for example, with a zip. In the lower part, it can have a zip to hold a pleat, that, when unfolded, it can increase the storing capacity of the bag. In the side parts, it can have two side-pockets incorporated, that can close with zips. Inside these pockets, there can be two belts with slide bar buckles, respectively, and a buckle that can secure the bag onto the body. It can be worn folded, as a shoulder bag. In different variations, it can additionally have a hood or sleeves. It can be constructed from different materials, provided that they can be sewn, and in a wide variety of colors.

Inventors:
MYRTIDI, Nefeli (Pavlou Mela 11, Agia Paraskevi, Athens, 15343, GR)
Application Number:
GR2018/000041
Publication Date:
March 07, 2019
Filing Date:
August 31, 2018
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
MYRTIDI, Nefeli (Pavlou Mela 11, Agia Paraskevi, Athens, 15343, GR)
International Classes:
A45F4/12; A41D15/04; A45C3/00; A45F3/02; A45F3/04
Foreign References:
KR101524448B12015-06-01
FR2781985A12000-02-11
US5195187A1993-03-23
Other References:
None
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Claims:
CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A hybrid jacket - bag (700), comprising:

a uniform main body (A, B), of flat form, that includes

an interior (EXTA) and an exterior (EXTB) part, of multisided shape, with at least two essentially parallel upper and lower bases, and sides that connect tips of the upper and the lower bases, respectively, where the interior and the exterior parts define two openings (OP1 , OP2) of elliptical shape and size, appropriate for the human hand to go through, where the openings are symmetrically placed close to the connection of the upper base with the sides, respectively,

where the interior and the exterior parts are sewn perimetrically with each other, as well as around the openings (OP1 , OP2), so that the interior (EXTA) and the exterior (EXTB) parts shape a storing area, between the openings, where the seams are distributed, so that they create one or more openings, not visible when the jacket bag is extended, ,

where the jacket - bag hybrid includes at least one opening along the upper base,

a back section that is formed by the outline of the storing area in the interior and the exterior parts, and two hand, where each section is defined by the rest of the interior and the exterior parts, around each elliptical opening, respectively, where the back section and the two hand sections allow the hybrid jacket - bag to function as a jacket,

two sections, that are shaped by folding along the vertical line that goes through half of its upper and lower base, so that the elliptical openings coincide geometrically and shape a common opening, where the two sections that are shaped by the folding allow the jacket - bag hybrid to function as a bag.

2. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to claim 1 , that additionally includes a zip (101) in the opening of the upper base.

3. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to any of the claims 1 or 2, that additionally includes a size changing belt (400, 500), placed on the upper base, which can change the size, and during this process, it can change the upper base respectively, where the size changing belt functions as a posting belt and allows the uniform body to function as a shoulder bag.

4. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to any of the claims 1 to 3, that additionally includes side openings (103, 104), along the sides, inside of which pockets are created.

5. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to claim 4, that additionally includes holding belts (200, 300), which are sewn inside the side pockets, so that they are completely hidden when the holding belts are not in use.

6. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to any of the previous claims, which additionally includes an opening on the lower base, inside of which an extension pleat is placed, and an opening (102) perimetrically of the zip, so that when the zip is open, the volume of the central storing area also increases and when the zip is closed, the volume of the central storing area decreases, respectively.

7. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to any of the above claims, where between the interior and the exterior parts, there is a pocket from flexible, folding material, that can be sewn, which separates the central storing area into two smaller areas.

8. The hybrid jacket - bag hybrid, according to the claim 7, where the pocket serves to counter-support the back, when the jacket - bag hybrid functions as a jacket and to absorb vibrations, when the jacket - bag hybrid serves as a bag.

9. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to any of the above claims, where the seams between the parts and the zips are internal of the connecting points and sides, so that the openings and/or the zips to be hidden, whether functioning as a jacket or as a bag, serving as an anti-theft jacket - bag hybrid.

10. The hybrid jacket - bag, according to any of the above claims, that additionally includes one or more of the following:

- a hood, preferably, placed in a pocket under the size changing belt,

- sleeves, preferably sewn perimetrically of the openings of elliptical shape,

- a zip or buttons along part of the sides.

Description:
HYBRID JACKET - BAG

The present application claims the benefit and priority of GR20170100393, filed on August 31 , 2017.

TECHNICAL AREA

This invention regards the areas of apparel and hand or travel accessories, and more specifically the hybrid jacket - bag or hybrid bag - jacket.

BACKGROUND

There are many articles of clothing, particularly overcoats, such as hunting jackets, coats, jackets that protect from the weather phenomena, while they also have small storage areas (pockets). These pockets are usually placed on the exterior surface of the clothing, visible to everyone, facilitating everyone's access to their content, and therefore considered as vulnerable to robbery.

There are also many bags, primarily backpacks, that can be worn and adjusted on the body. Backpacks are held on the body with the aid of two stripes that carry all of the bag's weight. This weight tires the body spots that the stripes touch.

Moreover, these bags are usually considered as of specific purpose and use, as for example office bags, sport bags, or laptop bags. Seldom can they be used concurrently for more than one needs, and are they not destined for specific and individual use.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

In research of one piece of clothing that will cover concurrently both needs, the one of clothing and the other of storing, the hybrid jacket - bag was created. It is a multi-useful object in the shape of a jacket that serves as a storing unit and it also covers the need to protect from weather phenomena at the same time. It suggests a new vision in the known backpacks; a moving unit where no technical characteristics are apparent to onlookers.

The hybrid jacket - bag that is here presented, consists of one unified main body, practically of flat form. The main body includes an interior and an exterior part, of multifaceted shape with at least two essentially parallel bases and sides that connect the upper and lower bases, respectively. In the main body, two openings are designed, of elliptical shape and of an appropriate size, so that the human arm can go through. The openings are placed symmetrically to the sides, close to the respective joint of the upper base. The interior and the exterior parts are sewn perimetrically with each other, as well as around the openings, so that the interior and the exterior parts form a storing pocket, in between the openings. The seams are distributed so that they form one or more openings, non-visible when the jacket - bag hybrid is extended. The jacket - bag hybrid includes at least one opening along its upper base.

The hybrid jacket - bag has at least two modes to be used:

Regarding the first mode, it consists of three units; the back unit, that is defined by the outline of the storing space on the interior and exterior part; and two hand units, where each hand unit is defined from the rest of the interior and exterior part around the elliptical openings. The hand units can be symmetrical to each other in some implementations.

Regarding the second mode, as a bag, it consists of two units, that are formed by folding along the vertical line that goes through the half of its upper and lower base, so that the two elliptical holes can coincide geometrically and form one common opening.

In some implementations, the upper part of the jacket can have a zip, placed in the seam that is along the nape. The zip of the storing area can cover all the length of the seam. By opening it, one gets access to the main storing area that covers all the interior surface of the jacket. Incorporated in there, a pocket can be found, that can serve for example to protect electronic devices, that can be zipped and unzipped, made of flexible material, e.g. polyurethane foam (PL ) .). Hereafter, this pocket will be called pocket of protection of electronic devices, although it can equally serve for other storing uses, as well. Opposite to it, one more, smaller pocket can be added, that can be also zipped and unzipped.

In some implementations, in the lower part of the jacket— bag hybrid, a hidden pleat can be added along the seam, held with a zip, that can cover approximately 2/4 of the length of the seam, and can be placed in its middle. This pleat may serve to extend the current main storing area. When this extension zip is used, the cloth gets unfolded, increasing the capacity of the bag.

In some implementations, in the front part of the hybrid, along the vertical seams at the end of the jacket and in their middle, two zips can be placed, parallel and opposite to each other, respectively. Each zip can give access to a pocket. These pockets can be independent. It is not required to be connected with the pocket that covers all the interior surface of the jacket. Inside each pocket, a holding belt can be placed. When this belt is outside of the pocket, then it can be considered as it is in an open position. Otherwise, it can be considered that it is in a closed position. Whether the belt is in an open or a closed position, the pocket zip can be closed so that the content of the pocket is kept safe. Moreover, closing the zip when the holding belt is in an open position contributes to the stabilization of the holding belt. When the two holding belts are connected, they can secure the bag adjusting it on the body, and thus succeeding in its better application. Connecting the two holding belts can be achieved either by tying them to each other, or by using different accessories such as buckles, magnets, clips, tridents, etc. In the latter case, a slide bar buckle is added in one of the two holding belts.

These side pockets allow the user to access the content of the bag (to add or take objects from it) without having to take it off of his/her body.

In some implementations, in the back part of the hybrid jacket-bag, parallel to the zip that is on the top part of the jacket, an extra mechanism to adjust the size of the bag can be placed at the area of the shoulder blade. This mechanism can consists of two parts, and its length can be equal to the length of the zip of the central storing area. The first part can be a belt slide bar buckle, fixed at the height of the shoulder blade. The second part can be a folded belt slide bar buckle, whose two edges can be fixed on exactly the same height of the shoulder blade, forming a noose. The belt that is on the one side can go through the slide bar buckle, so that changing the size of the bag can be possible.

The jacket - bag hybrid, because of its shape, can serve a wide area of applications: the same object can be used as an office bag, as a bag to transfer electronics (e.g. tablet, laptop), as a bag to ride the bike, etc., while it can also function as an article of clothing that protects the person who wears it under any weather conditions. It protects the objects it carries, together with the body that carries them. The foamy or flexible material, e.g. polyurethane foam (PU) , that can be incorporated in the interior pocket, protects the electronic devices either from potential scratches or from a probable accident caused by a fall. Moreover, as it is inside the jacket, it protects the back of the carrier.

Having the shape of a jacket, it applies around the body perimet cally, allocating the weight that it carries to more points than a regular backpack. Thus, a more correct -anatomically- weight allocation on the body is succeeded, protecting the person that wears it from strains and potentially accidents. The interior pockets, apart from an aesthetic/functional suggestion, can also serve to protect from thefts of the objects that are stored in the bag, as they are not visible.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 : Top view of all parts (pattern and accessories) of the hybrid jacket - bag, where the interior parts of the spreads, (A) and (B) (INTA and INTB), are also shown.

FIGS. 1a-1d: Magnifications of elements of the top view in figure 1.

FIG. 2. Exterior views of spreads (A) and (B) (EXTA and EXTB).

FIG. 3: Composition of individual elements in view (INTA).

FIG. 4: Composition of individual elements in view (INTB).

FIG. 5: Spread of jacket - bag hybrid with the side pockets closed (view EXTA).

FIG. 6: Spread of jacket - bag hybrid with the side pockets open and the holding belts (200) and (300) visible (view EXTA).

FIG. 7: Spread of jacket - bag hybrid with the belt of the slide bar buckle (400) and (500) and the side pockets closed (view EXTB).

FIG. 8: Spread of jacket - bag hybrid with the belt of the slide bar buckle (400) and (500) and the side pockets open, and the holding belts (200) and (300) visible (view EXTB).

FIG. 9: The hybrid jacket - bag as a jacket.

FIG. 10: The hybrid jacket - bag, where we see the side pockets and the zips (103) and (104) open, and the joint of the holding belt (300) with the clutch (350) with the holding belt (200) with the clutch (250) and the slide bar buckles (370) and (270), respectively.

FIG. 11 : Axonometric projection of the hybrid jacket - bag as a jacket, with the holding belts (200) and (300) connected, and the side pockets closed.

FIG. 12: The jacket - bag hybrid worn as a jacket, with the holding belts (200) and (300) connected and the side pockets closed. FIG. 13: The jacket - bag hybrid worn as a jacket and the side pockets closed.

FIG. 14: EXTB view of the jacket - bag hybrid with the slide bar buckle (400) and (500) when worn as a jacket.

FIG. 15: Top view of the jacket - bag hybrid with supplement.

FIG. 16: The jacket - bag hybrid folded as a shoulder bag, with the openings (OP1 ) and (OP2) coinciding.

FIG. 17: Variation of the jacket - bag hybrid with a storing pocket for a hood.

FIG. 18: Variation of the jacket - bag hybrid with a storing pocket for a hood under the holding belt.

FIG. 19: Variation of the jacket - bag hybrid with a zip perimetrically of the openings to place the sleeves.

ANALYTICAL DESCRIPTION

FIG. 1 , as well as FIGS. 1a-1d, schematically depict top views of all features (patterns and accessories) of the jacket - bag hybrid, where all interior views of the spreads are presented (A) and (B) ((INTA) and (INTB)). A vertical axis is also depicted, and it separates the jacket - bag hybrid in two sides and simultaneously, it presents the object's option to get folded. It is noted that the drawings depict examples of using the invention and that some parts of the object might, in other implementations, be in different sides or points of the object, along the edges and/or the sides. In FIG. 1 and/or in FIGS. 1a-1d, the following are depicted: (A): jacket spread, (INTA): interior view of the spread (A), (B): jacket spread, (INTB): interior view of the spread (B), (OP1): opening of the first side, in elliptical shape, (OP2): opening of the second side, in elliptical shape, (E): expansion (exterior pleat), (Z): part of the pocket of the first side, (H): part of the pocket of the first side, (I): part of the pocket of the second side, (K): part of the pocket of the second side, (M): part of its holding (101 ), (N): part of the interior central storing area, (O): part of its holding (101 ), (P): part of the interior central storing area, (T): interior pleat, (Y): part of the pocket that protects electronic devices, (X). part of the pocket that protects electronic devices, (101 ): zip of the main storing area, (102): expansion zip, (103): pocket zip of the first side, (104): pocket zip of the second side, (105): zip of the small interior pocket, (106): zip of the pocket to protect electronic devices, (200): holding belt and slide bar buckle, (250): part of the clutch on the holding belt, (270): slide bar buckle on the holding belt and the belt of the slide bar buckle, (300): holding belt, (350): part of the clutch on the holding belt, (370): slide bar buckle on the holding belt, (400): changing size belt , (500): size changing belt with the slide bar buckle, (570): the slide bar buckle on the size changing belt, (600): a small interior pocket.

FIG. 2 schematically depicts the exterior views of the spreads (A) and (B) (EXTA and EXTB). FIG. 3 schematically depicts the synthesis of the individual parts of the interior view (INTA). In magnification, the connection points between parts (A), (O) and (P) are noted. FIG. 4 depicts the synthesis of the individual parts in the interior view INTB. In magnification, the connection points between parts (B), (M) and (N) are noted.

FIG. 5 schematically depicts the spread of the jacket - bag hybrid, with the side pockets closed (view EXTA). FIG. 6 schematically depicts the spread of the jacket - bag hybrid with the pockets open, and all holding belts visible (200) and (300) (view EXTA).

FIG. 7 schematically depicts the spread of the hybrid jacket - bag with the size changing belt (400) and (500) with the side pockets closed (view EXTB) and FIG. 8 the spread of the jacket - bag hybrid with the changing belt (400) and (500) with the side pockets open and the holding belts visible (200) and (300) (view EXTB).

FIG. 9 schematically depicts the jacket - bag hybrid as a jacket. FIG. 10 depicts the jacket - bag hybrid, with the side pockets and the zips (103) and (104) open, and the connection of the holding belt (300) with the clutch (350) with the holding belt (200) with the clutch ((270))(((270))) and the slide bar buckles (370) and (270), respectively.

FIG. 11 schematically depicts an axonometric projection of the jacket - bag hybrid as a jacket (700) with the holding belts (200) and (300) connected and the side pockets closed.

FIG. 12 schematically depicts the jacket - bag hybrid (700) worn as a jacket with the holding belts (200) and (300) connected and the side pockets closed, and FIG. 13 shows the jacket - bag hybrid (700) as a jacket with the side pockets closed.

FIG. 14 depicts the view EXTB of the hybrid jacket - bag (700) with the size changing belt (400) and (500) when worn as a jacket. FIG. 15 schematically depicts the top view of the jacket - bag hybrid with the central storing area, a pocket to protect electronic devices and a smaller pocket (with a zip).

FIG. 16 schematically depicts the jacket - bag hybrid (700) folded as a shoulder bag, with the openings (OP1) and (OP2) coinciding.

FIG. 17 schematically depicts a variation of the hybrid jacket - bag. The jacket - bag hybrid (800) includes a storing area for a hood (810), while FIG. 18 depicts the variation of the jacket - bag (800) with the storing area for a hood under a holding belt.

FIG. 19 schematically depicts another variation of the jacket - bag hybrid. The jacket - bag hybrid (900) includes a zip (910), (920) perimetrically to the openings to place the sleeves.

To better understand the invention, a description of the construction and implementation of the jacket - bag hybrid follows:

Construction method of an example of a hybrid jacket - bag

Note: All zips that are used are functional elements and not decorative ones.

In some implementations, the hybrid jacket - bag includes an extension (external pleat). To construct the jacket - bag hybrid with the extension, the process below is followed:

Element (E) is placed on top of element (A), whose internal view we see in FIG. 1 (INTA), so that (E1 ) coincides with (A13) and (E2) with (A14). Holding elements (A13)— (E1 ), a rectilinear seam is made to the elements (A15) and (E5), that are placed in the 1/4 of the distance (A13)— (A14) and (E1)— (E2). Now, between (A) and (E) one side of the extension zip (102) is placed, that is sewn rectilinearly together, till points (A16)— (E6). The (A15)— (A16) and (E5)— (E6) distance is equal to the length of the extension zip and covers the 2/4 of (A13)— (A14) and of (E1)— (E2) respectively. Finally, the rectilinear seam of (A) and (E) continues from (A16)— (E6) to (A14)— (E2).

Similarly, element (B), whose interior view is presented in FIG. 4 (INTB), is placed on element (E), so that (B14) coincides with (E3) and (B13) with (E4). In more detail, by holding points (B14)— (E3), we sew rectilinearly up to points (B16) and (E7), which are placed in the 1/4 of the (B14)— (B13) and (E3)— (E4) distance. Now, between (B) and (E) the other side of the extension zip (102) is placed, that is sewn rectilinearly together till points (B15)— (E8). The (B16)— (B15) and (E7)— (E8) distance is equal to the length of the extension zip and covers the 2/4 of the (B14)— (B13) and the (E3)— (E4) respectively. Finally, the rectilinear seam of (B) and (E) continues from (B 5)— (E8) to (B13)— (E4).

To construct the side pockets, the process below is followed:

As depicted in FIG. 3, spread (A) (INTA), point (Z) is placed in a way so that point (Z2) touches (A13) and point (Z1 ) stands in the middle of the (A11 )-(A13) distance. That way, point (Z) is in total on top of point (A). (H) is placed on (Z). These two points, (Z) and (H), are sewn perimetrically so that point (Z1 ) coincides with (H1 ) and (Z2) with (H2). This way, the first side pocket is created. Accordingly, point (K) is placed on top of the straight line (A12)-(A14) so that point (K2) touches (A14) and (K1 ) is placed in the middle of the (A12)-(A14) distance. Respectively, point (K) is fully placed on top of point (A). Point (I) is placed on top of (K). These two points, (K) and (I), are sewn perimetrically, with point (K1 ) coinciding with (11 ) and (K2) with (I2). This way, the pocket of the second side is created. Thus, the straight part between sides 1 and 2 in every figure (Z-H, K-l) is not connected with a seam for now.

For the holding belts, the process is the following:

As depicted in FIG. 4, element (200) is folded in the middle and sewn perimetrically, so that point (201 ) coincides with (203) and (202) with (204). From this folding, two new points arise, (205) that is on top of the straight part (201 )-(203) and (206), that is placed on top of (202)-(204). This way, a holding belt is created. Same is the case for point (300), which is similarly sewn perimetrically, so that point (301) coincides with (303) and (302) with (304). Two new sides are created in this case respectively, point (305) that is placed on top of the straight part (301 )-(303) and (306) that is placed on top of the straight part (302)-(304).

The holding belt (300) is placed within the interior side of point (Z) with the side (306) coinciding with (Z1 ) and the side (302) touching on the straight line (Z1 )— (Z2). The one side of the zip of the pocket of the first side (103) (which functions as the zip to hide the belt of the first side) is placed between point (Z) and holding belt (300). Point (A), point (Z), the zip of the pocket of the first side and the holding belt are connected with a seam. Respectively, the holding belt and the belt to change the length (200) is placed in the interior side of point (K) with the side (206) coinciding with (K1) and side (202) fully touching the straight line (K1)— (K2). The one side of the zip of the pocket of the second side (104) (which also functions as a zip to hide the belt of the second side) is placed between point (K) and belt (200). Point (A), point (K), the zip of the pocket of the second side and the holding belt and the belt to change the length are connected with a seam.

On the holding belt (300), one part of the buckle is attached (350) together with the changing length belt (370). On the holding and changing the length belt (200) a drift is attached (270) together with the other part of the buckle (250). Consequently, when the object is used as a jacket (FIG. 16), and the belts are clasped together, they work as a protection belt, stabilizing it on the body. While, when the object is used as a bag, the belts can be placed inside the pockets, so that they are not apparent (as depicted in FIG. 5).

To create the interior pockets, as for the example of the case to protect the electronic devices, the process is the following:

For points Y and X, material of special technology can be used, ideal to absorb vibrations and to protect electronic devices from scratches and potential damages within the frame of reasonable use. This material provides the necessary ventilation in order to prevent perspiration, and it is also anatomically proven. An example of material of this type is the polyurethane foam (PU) of high density and 3 mm thickness, composed 100% of polyester, due to its flexibility and its ability to be sewn. This flexibility allows the material to fold and consequently, the jacket can be transformed to a bag. We must be able to sew the material because we use the seam as a connection link that creates the smallest possible volume for the pocket that protects electronic devices. Nevertheless, other methods to connect different parts can also be used, depending on the needs of the implementation, e.g. gluing.

As depicted in Figure 3, point (X) is placed on top of point (Y) in a way that (Y1 ) coincides with (X1 ), (Y2) with (X2), (Y3) with (X3) and (Y4) with (X4). We connect them, starting from a seam that goes as following: from side (1 ) to side (3), from (3) to (4) and from (4) to (2). This way, a pocket is created.

The jacket - bag hybrid can incorporate a lining, as well, that is created with the following process:

As depicted in FIG. 3, in spread (A) (INTA) a folding can be made between points (A3) and (A4), bringing this way points (A1) and (A2) in the interior part of the spread. Point (O) is placed on top of point (A). In point (O) a folding can be made between points (O3) and (O4) so that points (O1 ) and (O2) touch the interior part of point (A). The side (O5) coincides with (A5) and the side (O6) coincides with (A6). We continue by attaching side (O3) to (A1 ) and side (O4) to (A2). There, between points (A) and (O), one side of the zip of the central storage area (101) is placed. A straight seam goes through all points ((A), (101 ), (O)), to connect them.

The pocket to protect electronic devices is placed on the line (07)— (O8), with the side (Y1 ) being on the 1/4 of the (O7)-(O8) distance and the side (Y2) on the 3/4 of the same distance. Between (Y) and (O) one side of the zip of the pocket to protect electronic devices (106) is placed, as long as the (Y1 )— (Y2) distance. The three points are connected with a seam.

Point (P) is placed on top of side (X), with the (P1)— (P2) line fully touching the (X1)— (X2) line, and the side (X1 ) being on the 1/4 of the (P1 )— (P2) distance and the side (X2) being on the 3/4 of the same distance. Between (X) and (P), the other side of the zip of the pocket to protect electronic devices (106) is placed, with length equal to the (X1 )— (X2) distance. The three points are connected with a seam.

Point (P) is connected with point (O) in points (P5) with (O7) and (P6) with (O8). Points (P5) and (P6) are placed on half of the height of point (P).

The rectilinear seam starts from (P1 ) and ends on the 1/4 of the (P1 )— (P2) distance, where the zip of the pocket to protect electronic devices starts. On the point where the zip ends, meaning the 3/4 of the (P1 )— (P2) distance, the rectilinear seam ending on point (P2) also starts.

The hybrid jacket - bag can additionally include interior pockets, e.g. a small pocket that can be created with the following process:

As depicted in FIG. 4, in combination with FIG. 1 , point (600) is placed on (N) with the (601 ) side being on the 1/3 of the (N1 )— (N2) distance and the (602) side being on the 2/3 of the same distance. Then, it is rectilinearly sewn on (N) from the side (601 ) to the side (603). The seam continues to the (603)— (604) and the (604)— (602) parts. Between (N) (points (N1 ) and (N2)) and (600) (points (601 ) and (602)), we place one side of the zip of the small interior pocket (105). The three points are connected with a seam.

On point (M), the other side of the zip of the small interior pocket (105) is sewn on the straight line (M7)— (M8). Its beginning is placed on the 1/3 of the (M7)— (M8) distance and its end, on the 2/3 of the same distance.

Point (M) is placed on top of point (N) in points (M7) with (N5) and (M8) with (N6). Points (N5) and (N6) are placed on half of the height of point (N). From (N1 ) a rectilinear seam starts, that ends on the 1/3 of the (N1)— (N2) distance where the zip of the small interior pocket starts. At the point where the zip of the small interior pocket ends, meaning on the 2/3 of the (N1 )— (N2) distance, a rectilinear seam ending on point (N2) also starts.

The jacket - bag hybrid can include a lining as an interior pleat that is created with the following process:

Point (T) is connected with point (N), in the notches (N3) and (N4). (N3) is connected with (T1 ) and (N4) with (T2) respectively. Between them, a perimetric seam is sewn, that follows the (N) figure, from (N3) to (N4).

Point (T) is connected with point (P), in the notches (P3) and (P4). In more detail, (P3) coincides with (T4) and (P4) with (T3). There is also a seam that starts from ends in the aforementioned notches (following figure (P).

In the end, notches (N3) and (N4) are connected with notches (P4) and (P3) respectively, and point (T) serves as an interior pleat. By connecting the three points ((N), (T) and (P)), one more pocket is generated.

Then, all points can be connected with the following process:

As depicted in FIG. 4, in point (B) (INTB), a folding can be made between points (B3) and (B4), bringing this way points (B1 ) and (B2) in the interior part of the spread. Point (B) is placed on (M) in a way that (B5) coincides with (M5) and (B6) with (M6). In point (M), a folding is made between points (M3) and (M4), so that points (M1 ) and (M2) touch in the interior part of point (B). Then, side (B1 ) touches on (M3) and side (B2) on (M4). Between them, the other side of the zip of the central storage area (101 ) is placed. A rectilinear line goes through all points ((B), (101 ), (M)), connecting them all with each other.

Point (B) fully touches on point (B14) with point (H2) and on point (B13) with point (I2). On top of point (H), the other side of the zip of the pocket of the first side (103) is placed. The one tip of the zip of the pocket of the first side coincides with point (H2), while the other one with point (H1 ). Points ((B), (H) and (103)) are connected with a seam. This seam goes through the spread perimetrically, connecting point (A) with point (B). In more detail, point (B12) coincides with (A11 ), point (B10) with point (A9), point (B8) with point (A7), point (B6) with point (A5) and point (B4) with point (A3).

Similarly, in the second part, on top of point (I), the other side of the zip of the pocket of the second side (104) is placed. The one tip of the zip of the pocket of the second part coincides with point (12), while the other coincides with point (11 ). Points ((B), (I), (104)) are connected with a seam that goes through the spread perimetrically. In more detail, point (B11 ) coincides with point (A 2), point (B9) with point (A10), point (B7) with point (A8), point (B5) with point (A6) and point (B3) with point (A4).

To complete the jacket - bag hybrid, the first version can be followed, according to which point (B4) is connected with point (B10) and point (B6) is connected with point (B8). Similarly, on the other side, point (B5) is connected with point (B7) and point (B3) is connected with point (B9). These connections on both sides, create the shape of the jacket. Between the points, seams are sewn to keep parts (B8)-(B10) and (B6)-(B4) connected. The same goes for parts (B7)- (B9) and (B5)-(B3).

Equally, a second version can be followed, according to which, point (A5) is connected with point (B8) and point (A3) is connected with point (B10). Similar to the other side, point (A6) is connected with point (B7) and point (A4) is connected with point (B9). These connections, on both sides, create the shape of the jacket. Between the points, seams are sewn to hold parts (A5)— (A3) and B8)- (B10) connected. The same goes for parts (A4)— (A6) and (B9)— (B7).

Similarly, a third version can be followed, according to which, point (B4) is connected with point (A9) and point (B6) is connected with point (A7). Similar to the other side, point (B5) is connected with point (A8) and point (B3) is connected with point (A10). These connections, on both sides, create the shape of the jacket. Between the connections, seams are sewn to hold parts (A3)— (A5) and (B10)— (B8) connected. Similar is the case for parts (B7)-(B9) and (B5)-(B3).

To place a size changing belt, the process goes as following:

Point (400) is folded in the middle and sewn perimetrically so that point (401 ) coincides with (403) and point (402) with point (404). From this folding, two new points arise, point (405) that is on the rectilinear part (401 )-(403) and point (406), that is on the part (402)-(404). This way, a size changing belt is created. The same happens with point (500), which is similarly sewn perimetrically, so that point (501 ) coincides with point (503) and point (502) with point (504). In this case respectively, two new sides are created, point (505) that is on top of the rectilinear part (501 )-(503) and point (506) that is on top of the rectilinear part (502)-(504). On the size changing belt (500), a slide bar buckle (570) is attached on the 1/2 of the (501)-(502) distance. We fold the size changing belt (500), so that point (501 ) coincides with point (502) and point (505) with point (506). The belt, that is folded, is placed and sewn in the exterior side of point (B) (EXTB), with the side (501 ) being apart from point (B5) on the 1/10 of the straight line (B5)-(B6) distance.

Respectively, the size changing belt (400) is placed and sewn in the exterior side of the point (B) (EXTB), with the side (402) being apart from point (B6) on the 1/10 of the straight line (B5)-(B6) distance. Then, sides (401 ) and (405) of the size changing belt (400) go through the slide bar buckle (570), and as a result the size of the jacket can change, so that the best possible attachment on the body of the user is achieved. The size changing belt has a double function: on the one hand, it changes the size of the jacket (as described above), and on the other hand, it changes the length of the belt, and consequently, the height where the bag stands, when the user wears it as a shoulder bag.

Additional modes - Alternative implementations

Due to the big number of its complementary points, several variations of the jacket - bag hybrid can be constructed.

Regarding the zip, it can be either of single or of double route (preferable), so that it is easier for both right-hand and left-hand users to use it. Moreover, zipper stops can be added on the zips of the central storage area and the expansion zip, so that the least possible damage in the points that these two zips are attached, is achieved and so that they also contribute in best holding parts (A), (E) and (B).

Regarding the modes of connecting the belts, there are also the following variations: the belts can either be knotted with each other, or they can be connected by using different accessories, such as magnets, buckles, clips, tridents. In the latter case, a slide bar buckle is attached on the belt.

The hybrid jacket - bag is transformed in a shoulder bag (FIG. 16) in the following way: by folding vertically points (A) and (B) on the symmetrical axis, so that point (B12) coincides with point (B11 ) and point (B14) with point (B13). This way, the openings from which the user can pass his hands and hang the bag on his shoulder also coincide. The straight line (B12)-(B14) can be placed in the front, so that the user of the object has access to the pockets that are created by connecting parts (Z)-(H) and (l)-(K). The jacket - bag hybrid is converted to a shoulder bag in another way, as well: by passing the user's hand through the size changing belt, the user can hang the bag on his shoulder, in the preferred height, as described above.

Figures 17 and 18 depict variations of the hybrid jacket - bag, with storing area for a hood in the exterior view of the point (B) (EXTB). The case for the hood can be placed below the size changing belts (400) and (500) and it can close with a zip. By opening it, the hood, that is by made by waterproof material, is available to use.

Another alternative variation is the one with the additional sleeves, as depicted in FIG. 19. Zips are placed perimetrically of the openings on points (B) and have been created by connecting the following points: (B4)-(B10), (B6)-(B8), (B5)- (B7) and (B3)-(B9). Placing a zip in the above points creates extra storing space, where the sleeves, also by waterproof material, will be stored compressed, when not in use. By opening its zip, a sleeve is unfolded, converting the jacket to a coat.