Clothing company ASOS is getting big props for a new jumpsuit they’ve just introduced that’s been fully adapted for someone in a wheelchair.
The company worked with reporter and Paralympic hopeful Chloe Ball-Hopkinsto design the fully waterproof jumpsuit, which sells for $66 and has an adjustable cuffs and a hem that’s longer in the back to keep it from riding up.
"There's a lot of people like myself who, in a chair, you get cold very easily and water and rain definitely doesn't help that. And you've got a lap that can get wet too - I think people forget that," she tells BBC News. "At the end of the day, I was like, 'I need to do something.'"
And so far, it seems a lot of people are on board with the product.