A constructive device for packaging underwear includes a cardboard
or some other appropriate laminate, and a plastic cover that envelops
the cardboard including the product fixed to it. The cardboard is
divided into two sections that are configured to fold (one over
the other) along a folding line. The sections of the cardboard define
a top cover and a lower back cover. The back cover has a set of
cutouts that create openings for introducing and fastening the two
sides of the underwear V, including its mid-lower part, being that
the clothing mentioned can be a panty; The cardboard is assembled
inside the plastic cover such a way as to almost entirely cover
both surfaces (inner and outer) of each of the sections.
What is claimed is:
1. A constructive device for packaging underwear comprising a cardboard
or a laminate; and a plastic cover that envelops the cardboard including
an underwear fixed to the cardboard; the cardboard is divided into
two sections which are configured to fold along a folding line;
the sections of the cardboard comprise a top cover and a lower back
cover, the lower back cover includes a set of cutouts that create
openings for introducing and fastening sides of the underwear, including
the mid-lower part, of the underwear; said cardboard being inside
the plastic cover, which substantially covers inner and outer surfaces
of each of the sections.
This descriptive report discusses a Utility Model patent referring
to a constructive device introduced in packaging especially intended
for packing underwear, especially panties, men's underpants and
similar items, said packaging having an unprecedented structure,
giving the product to be packed inside it (panties or men's underpants)
a totally innovative display quality.
As is widely known, underwear like panties or men's underpants
are usually provided to the consuming public duly packed in packages
that are almost always defined by a generic type of plastic wrapping
Although this type of packaging is widely used, it does not have
a structure that adequately favors the product's display so to speak.
In view of this inconvenience, this constructive device introduced
in packaging for underwear was developed, which presents a constructive
solution that provides a more effective viewing of the product,
giving the product an innovative quality from the market point of
The packaging discussed herein can be clearly observed in the figures
FIG. 1 shows a plane view of the laminar structure of the packaging
FIG. 2 shows a view of the fully assembled packaging and with an
example of a panty duly packed inside it; and
FIG. 3 shows a rear view of this package, with its plastic cover
shown in partial section.
According to what is shown in the above listed figures, the packaging
for underwear object of this utility model patent is characterized
by the fact that it comprises two basic elements: a) a cardboard
or some other appropriate laminate; and b) a plastic cover that
envelops the cardboard including the product fixed to it.
In the figures portraying this utility model patent, the cardboard
is generally indicated by the reference number 1, while the plastic
cover is indicated by reference number 2.
Cardboard 1 is divided into two sections 3, and each section can
be folded over the other along a folding line 4, as can be seen
in FIGS. 1 and 2.
The cardboard's sections 3 define a top cover 5 and a lower back
cover 6, the lower back cover 6 having a set of cutouts 7 made in
such a way as to create openings 8 for introducing and fastening
the two sides of the underwear V, including its mid-lower part.
The clothing mentioned can be a panty, such as in the example shown,
but it can also be a man's underpants or similar item.
The clothing item V is therefore arranged in a way that most of
it is visible.
Once the clothing item V is placed on the cardboard 1, said cardboard
is assembled inside the plastic cover 2, as can be better seen in
The plastic cover 2 is developed in such a way as to almost entirely
cover both surfaces (inner and outer) of each of the sections 3.
The clothing item packed in this way is partially hidden until
the top cover 5 is opened like a greeting card.
Actually, the packaging discussed herein allows the product packed
in it (panties, men's underpants and the like) to make up a product
(package as a whole together with the clothing item itself) that
can be given as a greeting card and a gift at the same time.
Therefore, the inner side of the top cover 5 can be used to write
a dedicatory message D addressed to whoever will receive the product
packed in the packaging, i.e., the clothing item V, as a gift.