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    • #11884
      Matt Lafleur

      This topic doesn’t get talked about much, but as an FAer and a wheelchair-user, I have to be really picky about that clothes I wear. I generally wear clothing that has MINIMAL buttons, pants and boxers that are easy to slide up and down, and shoes with no-tie laces.

      What clothes are easily workable for you? I’m always looking for new ideas.

    • #11886

      I’m a simple dude when it comes to clothes. I wear alot of t-shirts and jeans. I only wear button shirts for a special occasion or church ( not all the time only when the weather is good). I don’t really struggle with shoe laces yet but thank you for this topic. I honestly didn’t think about this because I don’t really have to be attentive about that. I’d live naked if I could but I don’t want to go to jail so I clothe myself.😂😂😎😎

      • #11892
        Matt Lafleur

        Jesus, thanks for replying. Button-down shirts are one of my worst nightmares, especially those with small buttons! But I am really glad that you are not a nudist…at least not yet. Haha

    • #18820
      Sam VanNest

      Cariuma makes a shoe called the “ibi” that I’ve found particularly suitable to my needs as a person with FA. They’re relatively cheap (under $100), have really soft heel support (I tend to get blisters on my Achilles’ tendon from shoes with straight backs), are very easy to get on (I have really high arches, as most FAers do, and they’ve got a built-in loop on the heel), and they’re available in a bunch of colors.

      IBI Low Black Knit Sneaker Men


      • #18835

        These are awesome! I love the women’s slip-on style and how they look like “normal shoes”. I am definitely going to look into buying! Thanks!

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