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#1 Obie1

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Posted 27 January 2012 - 01:18 AM

Hello all,

After a year and half post injury, i have finally found special jeans that really work well and look great. I have been getting really bored of wearing sweat pants to work since my life changing event. I tried several different companies selling wheelchair jeans, with little luck finding a one that is worth the extra cost that goes with anything disability titled. Guy Harris with DisabledGear.com has created one of the best experiences ever in dealing with purchasing adaptive gear though the internet. I look and feel so much better wearing jeans to work and in the public now, rather than sweatpants. If anyone is in the market for jeans that allow for great looks along with the ability to cath just as easily as if wearing sweats, i highly suggest contacting DisabledGear.com. Guy will work with you in every way possible to make the experience and purchase well worth the money.

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Posted 27 January 2012 - 02:36 AM

Guy is on here. He is one of us!!
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Posted 27 January 2012 - 04:06 AM

I'll second that, Guido (Guy) has an ever expanding site and is an extremely nice and helpful gent. (Guy don't let the praise go to your head).
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Posted 27 January 2012 - 01:41 PM

I bought some jeans from quido and highly recommend them, both the jeans and quido because he was great to work with.

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 10:21 PM

Hello all,

After a year and half post injury, i have finally found special jeans that really work well and look great. I have been getting really bored of wearing sweat pants to work since my life changing event. I tried several different companies selling wheelchair jeans, with little luck finding a one that is worth the extra cost that goes with anything disability titled. Guy Harris with DisabledGear.com has created one of the best experiences ever in dealing with purchasing adaptive gear though the internet. I look and feel so much better wearing jeans to work and in the public now, rather than sweatpants. If anyone is in the market for jeans that allow for great looks along with the ability to cath just as easily as if wearing sweats, i highly suggest contacting DisabledGear.com. Guy will work with you in every way possible to make the experience and purchase well worth the money.

Hi Obie1 - I don't know how I missed this! But thank you for this high praise! I'm not sure who you are because of your username, but that's okay: life needs more mystery!

I'll second that, Guido (Guy) has an ever expanding site and is an extremely nice and helpful gent. (Guy don't let the praise go to your head).
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Still getting through the door!

I bought some jeans from quido and highly recommend them, both the jeans and quido because he was great to work with.

Okay, maybe I'm not now!

Anyhoo, the real reason I came on here was to say our 2012/13 Winter Lined Jeans and Fleece Lined Trousers have NOW ARRIVED!!

http://disabledgear....nter-warmers--2

These lined jeans are our most asked about and bought lines. They're great for a number of reasons. Soft lining keeps legs warmer and also has pleasant effect of making skinny legs look a little bulkier. Lining is laminated to the denim so there's no worry of crinkles or pressure issues.

And the Fleece Lined Trousers: breathable, windproof, waterproof and warm. What is not to love about these?!

If you're buying them, don't forget to click the ZERO RATE VAT button in the basket (yellow box on right of screen) BEFORE Check Out.

And if you're not from round these parts (outside UK) then I'll happily speak to you on Skype first, so we can run through sizes and styles on a video chat. This goes a long way to trying to avoid size mistakes (which can be annoyingly expensive on the return postage costs). Please contact me via the website.

Buy New 2012:13 Winter Lined Wheelchair Jeans on DIsabledGear.com.jpg

Edited some minutes later... Actually, I've just figured out who you are, Obie1! It's in the name!! Thank you.

Edited by guido, 12 October 2012 - 10:22 PM.

for UK residents - DisabledGear.com - the FREE-Ads website for 2nd hand disability equipment.

#6 Baller95

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Posted 13 October 2012 - 05:25 PM

Hmm I just checked out the site andd it looks like I wanna get some! Wearing sweat pants suck especially when I'm going out and before my accident I wore jeans most of the time so i think I'll give these a shot!

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Posted 04 January 2013 - 12:13 AM

The selection looks great, I wonder though how a quad would work the button


Edited by rb154, 04 January 2013 - 12:14 AM.



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