Cotton Wheelchair Pants for Men
From USD $46.48
Mens Cotton Open Back Adaptive Wheelchair Pants - Wheelchair Pants For Men
Product Features of Silvert's Adaptive Open Back Pants :
- Easy Access Dressing - Dressing from a Seated Position
- Complete Dignity - 2 Overlapping Back Panels
- Easy Closure - Secured with Adjustable Snaps
- Elastic Waist - Stretchy for Enhanced Comfort
- Quality Machine Washable - Polyester-Cotton
You Asked for adaptive wheelchair clothing for men with cotton and We Listened! Adaptive Dressing at its Best. Open back pants for wheelchair users are now available in breathable, quality machine washable soft polyester-cotton! These slacks are styled with two side pockets and a zipper fly. Comfortable multi-needle elastic waist with adjustable snap closure. Large back flap. Adaptive pants / trousers for men who are wheelchair users offers both convenience and discretion to those who use a wheelchair, or who are incontinent or have incontinence issues. Wheelchair pants are designed for dressing from a seated position! 32 inch inseam. Terrific for those that do not weight bear.
How do you put these mens special needs wheelchair pants on?
- The individual remains in a seated position.
- The individuals legs are inserted into the pant legs and drawn up to the upper thigh.
- The caregiver simply snaps the generous overlap into place. The person being dressed is left completely covered without ever having to stand.
- Assisted disrobing is just as easy.
These mens adaptive wheelchair clothing pants for handicapped men by Silvert are terrific for elderly/seniors who are disabled or wheelchair dependent. This item is usually offered in a full figure plus size range. A great product for home care, retirement and nursing home settings.
Adaptive Pant Sizing:
- S (28-30)
- M (32-34)
- L (36)
- XL (38-40)
- 2XL (42-44)
- 3XL (46)
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DisappointedCurrently don't have a pair to let you know about. Returned due to size to large and asked for a smaller size but haven't received the pants or any kind of reply. Also asked for refund on the pair that the material was too stiff and haven't received that either. Doubt I will shop with this company anymore.
nice quality!arrived pretty quickly in mail!
Wheelchair PantsWhen I was requested to purchase some pants that were open in the back for my father who was spending entire days in a liftchair or a wheelchair, I was uncertain what to do because the assisted living home did not offer any suggestions. My daughter did an online search and found your company so we ordered a few pair. The cotton pants (purchased in tan and dark grey) were very good. However the fleece pants will need to be returned because they do not have pockets.
Men’s Cotton Open Back Wheelchair PantsOrder arrived promptly. Fit well and looked great! Lovely colour.
Quick Shipping Great ProductBought these and shirts for my stepfather on the advice of his care facility. Stylish and easier for those in a wheelchair. Quick shipping and quick.
Happy pantsI like his pants...fast delivery..always nice polite people on the phone..very helpful...my only concern is that sometimes the sewing is a little wonky
great pantsLook great and just what was needed. Shipped fast.
They fit great. Handed out catalog to nurses at Shorehaven for other residents haveHave been ordering for a number of years. No one seems to have found these
Adaptive pants purchaseThe staff at the nursing home are very pleased with the 3 pair of pants I bought for my disabled husband. It makes their life much easier caring for him. The order process was easy and the delivery was prompt.
Perfect solutionBoth the shirt and pants are perfect. They allowed my 93 yr old immobile dad to avoid unnecessary movement while being dressed. Being able to wear good looking clothing rather than a hospital gown allowed him to maintain his dignity.