Inga Wellbeing Men's Pyjama Bottoms
To help people live better with cancer, we donate $1000 to the American Cancer Society every month.
Winner of the Henry van de Velde 2016 'Better Health' design awards
Cancer and its side effects can result in regular treatment and examinations that involve having to undress yourself. The Inga Wellbeing clothing range is designed to ensure you can retain your sense of self and independence during cancer treatment by enabling you to stay covered during routine examinations, and dress and undress with more control.
These pyjama bottoms are both comfortable and super functional. The trousers have two real side pockets and an adjustable waist. They can be tightened around the ankle if need be and both legs open on the outside seams from ankle to mid-thigh to discreetly accommodate drains and make examinations and treatments easier.
- Lightly elasticated waist belt at the back, together with adjustable poppers and buttons
- Poppered fly opening
- Front panel opens fully, providing access from waist to upper thigh
- Leg outer seams are poppered
- Wide-leg design hides drains
- Internal and external pockets for personal items
Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?
"So comfortable and it makes the challenge of dressing and undressing that little bit easier. Wearing these pyjama bottoms helps me feel less self-conscious and uncomfortable in routine check-ups."
What are the ingredients?
- 50% cotton
- 50% viscose
This carefully chosen combination of fibres helps to wick moisture away from the body to improve body temperature control and reduce body odour. The jersey fabric is soft to the touch and stretches to accommodate body shape changes.
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