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Disposable rainwear

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6658665.

A cone-shaped outwear or disposable raingear of substantially waterproof material, having oppositely disposed front and back panels, with bottom edges, a bottom opening and sealed side edges terminating at said opening. The front panel having at least a partially perforated face opening disposed below where the side edges terminate at a top end, and at least two partially perforated openings disposed below the face opening. The method of fabricating the raincoat includes the steps of partially perforating a first elongated plastic sheet material with at least a partially perforated face opening and at least two partially perforated openings disposed below the face opening, and aligning another elongated plastic sheet material with the partially perforated plastic sheet material so that their elongated edges generally coincide with each other. Thereafter, sealing opposing side edges of the cone-shaped outerwear so that a plurality of connected triangular shaped raincoats are formed with front and backpanels secured together along the sealed opposing side edges; and cutting the sealed front and backpanels along a sealed side edge to form a triangular shaped cone-shaped outerwear with a bottom opening and closed side edges.

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