Digby Jacket

Artwork by Digby Webster. Water resistant jacket, comfortable in the seated or standing position.

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JAM collaborated with Artist with disability, Digby Webster, to bring you...
JAM collaborated with Artist with disability, Digby Webster, to bring you this bright and funky, limited edition jacket design. 

We've redesigned our original wheelchair accessible jacket! Our Digby jacket has been designed to be easily put on and taken off whilst seated (just like our original jacket). However, it now comes with a removable back-panel so that it can be full length at the back for those who wear it in a standing position.

We've also made the swap to magnetic zips, making it even simpler to connect these at the wrist and get your jacket on in a hurry.

See our design features section below for more details. 

Note: Our Digby Jacket is now in standard JAM adult sizing. See size guide for additional information. 

Design Features

-Limited edition 'Digby' print created by Artist with disability, Digby Webster
- A unisex batwing style windbreaker
-For assisted dressing: Magnetic side zips allow jacket to fully open and be placed over head like a poncho
-Sleeves connect at the wrist via magnetic zip and zip all the way down the sides of the jacket for accessible and easy fastening
- For independent dressing: Jacket is placed over the head like a jumper with no fasteners needed
-Detachable panel to create cropped back when in seated position to prevent fabric gathering in wheelchair
-Velcro strap on wrist to prevent hands getting lost
-Water resistant shell, Fully lined for warmth and comfort
-Tag free, printed label / care instructions
-Hood stored in collar
-All jackets come with a matching carry bag to hang off your wheelchair
-Designed in Australia, Made in China


-Shell 100% Polyester
-Lining 95% Cotton 5% Spandex

Care Guide

-Warm gentle machine wash with like colours
-Do not bleach, soak or rub
-Dry in shade, do not tumble dry
-Do not dry clean


As this product is designed to make the act of dressing easier, simpler or more accessible, it means that it is considered 'Assistive Technology' by the NDIS and may be purchased through your 'Core', 'Consumables' or 'Low-Cost Assistive Technology' budgets. 

Check out our NDIS page for further information.

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design features explained

Why is our clothing called Adaptive? Our items have been designed by Occupational Therapists who are experts in accessibility to bring you the most functional products to suit your dressing needs.