|1. Flying Clothing||86|
|Appendix 1. Zipper Specifications||Army Tentative Spec. P.Q.D. No.62||171|
|Army and Navy Aeronautical Spec. AN-F-16||172|
|Army Spec. No. 100-31||173|
|Federal Spec. V-F-104||174|
|Appendix 2. Zipper Brand & Manufacturer||PRENTICE||176|
|PALM / JIFFEE||182|
|TAXI / WHIZZER||184|
|Zipper Boots Panic||42|
|Quick Release Zipper||96|
|Howe Style Fastener||166|
This is the oldest zipper in the world. The size of the teeth is 1 inch.
This is Judson’s Chain Fastener, sometimes called as the first zipper. No sales records have been found.
These are Goodrich’s ZIPPER BOOTS. Also shown an experimental sneaker with the early HOOKLESS zipper.
A cardboard attached with the old HOOKLESS sliders is shown on the left page. It was used as the full item list in a HOOKLESS factory in circa 1930.
Here I arrange many types of old retainer of lower end on separating zippers. You may realize the details' transition.
PRENTICE zippers. There were a wide variety of sizes and types, so the items above are the only partial collection.
In this book, application products of zippers are also shown. Here are “WHIZZIT” workwear of H. D. Lee Merc. Co.
Examples of some jackets with the early separating zippers.
Here are 1930s sweat parkas.
You can find many small items other than clothes, such as bags, purses and cases. Old zippers seem to be charms.