Adaptive features: Ease of dressing, high rise for diaper coverage, sensory friendly
Care and Cleaning: Machine wash & Tumble dry
Item Number (DPCI): 032-10-1793
From days at school to special family outings to holiday parties, he'll keep ultra comfy with these Adaptive Uniform Chino Pants from Cat & Jack™ as part of his look. These sensory-friendly chino pants feature a cotton-blend fabric that offers ample comfort for year-round wear, and they're designed with a flat-front waistline that'll feel nice and smooth against his skin. Made from a moisture-wicking and wrinkle-resistant fabric, he'll stay cool and dry while the pants remain neatly crisp. Plus, you'll both appreciate the convenience of a high-rise cut for diaper coverage just as much as the shrink-resistant treatment that'll make these pants last for years to come.
Introducing Cat & Jack™ Adaptive, a collection of clothing that offers ultimate comfort and functionality. The design is true to the whimsical style of Cat & Jack, with the beneficial qualities of soft, sensory-friendly knits, and apparel with alternative entry and exit. Let your kids discover their unique style and take on any adventure with confidence and comfort — Design for All is the heart of this collection.
Fabric wicks away moisture for comfortable use
Lower shrinkage than average for longer-lasting wear
Introducing Cat & Jack™ Adaptive, a collection of clothing that offers ultimate comfort and functionality. The design is true to the whimsical style of Cat & Jack, with the beneficial qualities of soft, sensory-friendly knits, and apparel with alternative entry and exit.
These pants are advertised as being for boys; however, the absence of back pockets and the tight fitting stretch makes them appear femine looking. I would recommend these for girls. The material is very soft and stretchy for comfort. They have two belt loops on the sides, which makes no sense because they are not enough to make a belt useable for schools that requires a belt. My son is a 2nd grader with developmental delays and these pants were chosen on the premise he could use a belt and could pull them up and down without manipulating the hooks on most school pants his size. I really wish they had the back pockets and belt loop on the back.
1. LOVE the material it's very thick and heavy duty. That is always something I check because Joe crawls around a lot. Love the durability! 2. LOVE the higher waist and hidden side zippers. He actually needed changed shortly after we got to Grandma's for dinner and that was really really nice. 3. I also LOVE the easy accessibly for his AFO's (leg braces) it was a dream having them and the leg was wider so I wasnt having to force the pant over the top of it. All his other pants end up rolling upward during the day and resting on top of the AFO leaving them exposed. I can tell this will not happen at all with these pants. 4. So my only suggestion is minor and doesn't pertain to everyone. Probably only pertains to a very small select few actually. Not enough people to change anything but......Joe has sensory issues. For some reason he can't leave buttons alone. The clothes kind (especially snaps) and the electronic kind. He excessively opens and closes them turns it on turns it off etc. So he loved the snaps on the bottom and was constantly playing with them. They might wear out fast or distract him at school. I'd love a zipper BUT zippers are more restrictive and who knows maybe another kid has a zipper thing like Joe has a button thing and that Mom would be like, "hey I wish these were buttons" 5. I love how camouflaged they are as in they look like a regular ole pair of khaki pants. I think that's so great because these kiddos already feel like they draw attention or are different so I loved that.❤ Joe got lots of compliments at Sunday dinner about how handsome he looked. You can't even tell he's wearing bilateral AFO's in the pants either! Very nice pants!
These pants are really good overall. I'm super happy to be able to buy pants that work for my kid who needs accessable pants. However, they run really large, even according to the size chart. A size 5 fits my 8yr old who usually wears a 7 in most things.
Also, I wish they had real pockets. Will someone please tell manufacturer's that kids with physical disabilities still want pockets? I would understand if these were geared to kids with sensory issues but these would not be suitable for them because of all the extra seams from the fake pockets.
Pants were okay. Would not buy. I believe that they were boys but appeared to be for girls. Also the sizing seemed to run a little big in my opinion. The material did seem to be comfortable and was a good khaki color.
we got the size 4 . These pants are pretty true to size. they have a food amount of stretch to them which is a bonus . Each side at the bottom by the ankle is a set of snap buttons. Great quality and perfect for uniforms at school
This pants are perfect for my preschooler. It zips on each side down to pull down or take off. This is perfect for my son who struggles with buttons. Made with children in mind for sure. Really comfortable fabric.