The Clothing Article with Drawstring Assembly is a system and method by which drawstrings are placed on various articles of clothing such as hooded sweatshirts, swim trunks, gym pants, and the like for improved usage.
Inventor Michael T. Hodgdon of San Francisco, CA has created a system and method by which drawstrings are placed on various articles of clothing such as hooded sweatshirts, swim trunks, gym pants, and the like for improved usage.
While the common drawstring fastening system for clothing like hoodies and sweatpants has worked well for years, it is not without its disadvantages. These drawstrings can be accidentally removed, or become partially stuck inside of clothing. Fixing these issues is a timely process that is often very frustrating. Inventor Hodgdon has created a means by which drawstrings in various types of clothing can be easily reinstalled in order to address these current disadvantages.
This clever new invention features a wide flat plastic tab that reduces the occurrence of a drawstring being pulled out of an article of clothing. It works better than the conventional knot. It prevents aggravation. It is for mens, womens, and childrens clothing. It is also great for duffel bags, camping equipment, and other items which use drawstrings. The use of the Clothing Article with Drawstring Assembly allows for the easy replacement of drawstrings on various types of clothing, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.