Chino Pant

Pants comfortable for seated and standing positions with side access and elastic waist for ease of dressing.
$95.00

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Subtle drop crotch and fake fly makes these chinos super comfortable whilst remaining on trend. The additional functional features allows these pants to be independently put on or with increased...

Subtle drop crotch and fake fly makes these chinos super comfortable whilst remaining on trend. The additional functional features allows these pants to be independently put on or with increased ease for those who require assistance.

A soft, stretch chino style pant with a modern twist. 

Design Features

- For independent dressing: Elastic Waist with belt loops to assist in pulling up. Can be pulled on just like tracksuit pants.
- For assisted dressing: Hidden side zips provide discrete front and back access for those who require assistance with dressing, decreasing the manual handling required for the dressing attendant
- Hidden side zips provide easy access to continence aids, catheters, urinal bottles etc.
- Invisible zips along the inside of the calves for easy access to prosthetics, AFOS, catheter bags etc.
- Stretch material and elastic waist for ease of getting on and comfort
- Drop-crotch design provides additional fabric for seated position or for discretion of continence aids
- Fake fly
- Tag free, printed label / care instructions
- Slim fit that tapers towards the ankle
- Designed in Australia, made in China

For a more detailed description of our garments, see our design features page

Fabric

97% cotton, 3% spandex

Care Guide

- Warm gentle machine wash with like colours
- Do not bleach, soak or rub
- Dry in shade, do not tumble dry
- Hot iron on reverse side
- Dry cleanable

NDIS

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.