Chaps-style trousers for wheelchair users

Chaps are easy to put on and take off while sitting in a wheelchair.

Chaps lying on floor. Above the legs, the front piece spreads to fit between the thighs and the wheelchair armrest.
Chaps lying on floor.

Chaps are trousers that only cover the wearer’s front and legs. They close with Velcro closures. They are easy to put on while sitting and are sewn to fit the wearer.

Users comments
Conny warmly recommends chaps – he doesn’t freeze as easily. They are easy to put on and take off.

Made by
Ida Lindhé

Purchased from
Ida Lindhé, (last checked March 2020)

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Whose idea
Ida Lindhé

User in the process of putting on the chaps. Leg parts laying on his knees, not fastened yet
User puts chaps on

User sitting in his wheelchais with chaps on.
User with chaps on

Tipsare: Conny

Conny lives in a house together with his daughters. He is working part time. In 1994 he was injured and he has a high lesion (C4). He has personal assistance 24 hours a day, 3,5 hours a day he has two persons assisting him.