The Garment with Break-Away Panels is a line of infant clothing that utilizes hook and loop fasteners, and a side opening seam to facilitate putting on and removing clothes.
Inventors Daniel Louis Graham and Jaclyn A. Andrada of Benton, AR have created a line of infant clothing that utilizes hook and loop fasteners and a side opening seam to facilitate putting on and removing clothes.
A onesie is a familiar infant clothing item that is basically a T-shirt with extended lower panels that snap together between the infants legs. This feature ensures that the clothing will remain tucked in, no matter how active the child. However, getting the onesie over a childs head and arms is not only aggravating and time consuming for the parent or care provider, but can cause stress and crying in the child. Inventors Graham and Andrada have created a means by which infant clothing can be easily applied and removed.
This clever new invention does not require clothing to be placed over the head or arms. Clothing goes on and off quickly. The device reduces infant stress and crying. All side seams of the garment are attachable. It is available in multiple colors and styles. The use of the Garment with Break-Away Panels provides the ability to more easily dress and undress an infant or small child, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.