MagnaReady announces that 14 retailers are introducing or expanding the company’s adaptive clothing options both online and in stores.

MagnaReady or MagnaClick branded short and long sleeve dress shirts, knit polos, and khaki pants for men, as well as school uniforms for boys and girls, are the first pieces to be introduced. MagnaReady expects to add more items to its collections at retailers in the future, according to a media release.

The company’s adaptive clothing lines feature magnet closures to help people with limited mobility or dexterity dress themselves more easily.

“In the past if you needed adaptive clothing you could order pieces online, but most of the items used Velcro closures that didn’t stand up to wear and washing, and the clothing looked medical, not fashionable,” says MagnaReady CEO Maura Horton, in a media release.

“When my husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and began struggling with buttons, I wanted him to be able to go to work wearing the same styles he had always worn. Putting magnets into his shirts was how I could make that happen.”

MagnaReady powered clothing items are now available on Amazon, the Zappos adaptive channel, at retailers including DXL, Men’s Warehouse, Macy’s Kohls, JCPenney, and will be available from Duluth Trading Company later this year. Land’s End is also previewing children’s school uniform pieces including polos, dress shirts, pants, shorts, skirts and dresses, which will be available to order this fall, according to the release.

For more information or to order adaptive clothing online, visit MagnaReady.

[Source(s): MagnaReady, PRWeb]