Wheelchair & Scooter Clothing
Clothing for wheelchair and mobility scooter users. We supply wheelchair clothes like special gloves, an extensive range of weather protective garments, along with leg protectors and hand warmers. Rain covers for scooter and wheelchair storage are also available here. While Essential Aids’ range features lightweight wheelchair clothing, UK winters also necessitate warm fleece linings, so we also supply these mobility aids in various styles. We have raincoats which cover just the upper body, through to longer versions which protect the user from head to toe. Weatherproof mobility scooter clothing is similar to that for wheelchairs but the hands and arms are always kept free in order to facilitate the use of the vehicle’s controls.
Clothing for wheelchair and mobility scooter users. We supply wheelchair clothes like special gloves, an extensive range of weather protective garments, along with leg protectors and hand warmers. Rain covers for scooter and
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- Vat ExemptLightweight, waterproof cape that protects any mobility scooter and its user.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof, fully covering poncho ideal for users of wheelchairs or mobility scooters during wet weather.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof cover for scooter riders that combines protection with practicality.
- Vat ExemptA weather cover to be used with mini-scooters to keep the user and scooter dry.
- Vat ExemptA weather protection cover to keep mobility scooter users warm and dry.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof cover designed to protect a user and the entire scooter they are using.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof and warm cover for the legs of mobility scooter users.
- Vat ExemptA lower body wheelchair cover designed to keep users warm and dry.
- Vat ExemptA weather protection cape for wheelchair users that covers the upper body.
- Vat ExemptA protective sleeve that can be used to prevent wheelchair users from getting dirt on their clothes.
- Vat ExemptAn upper body waterproof cover for use by wheelchair users in bad weather.
- Vat ExemptKeep your child warm and dry with the rainproof outer and sumptuous fleece lining.
- Vat ExemptA lighter weight weather cover suitable for use by wheel chair users in summer.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof cover designed to keep wheelchair users protected from the elements.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof cover to be be used by child wheelchair users to protect them from adverse weather.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof and warming hand pouch for wheelchair chair users.
- Vat ExemptA full body weather cover for use by wheelchair users with a concealed hood.
- Vat ExemptA full body, waterproof garment to be worn by wheelchair users in bad weather.
- Vat ExemptLeather gloves specially designed to ease strain from pushing wheelchairs.
- Vat ExemptAmara wheelchair gloves which offer essential comfort and protection while pushing a wheelchair.
- Vat ExemptA weather protection cape that can be draped over the user's legs.
- Vat ExemptA lower body weather cover to protect a mobility scooter user from rain and cold.
- Vat ExemptA weather protection cover to prevent powered wheelchair users getting wet.
- Vat ExemptA weather protection apron that protects the legs of a wheelchair user.
- Vat ExemptA comprehensive weatherproof mac that can be used by wheelchair users in bad weather.
- Vat ExemptA warm, comfortable and waterproof cover that can protect the legs of a wheelchair user.
- Vat ExemptA waterproof and lined poncho that can be used to protect wheelchair users from bad weather.
- Vat ExemptA comprehensive weather cover for a mobility scooter.
- A fleece lined and waterproof warmer to protect the legs of wheelchair users.
- Vat ExemptThis poncho provides excellent weather protection while leaving hands and arms free to operate the mobility scooter's controls.
Items of protective clothing for use by wheelchair or mobility scooter users.
These items are manufactured to be compatible with the requirements of people using these mobility aids.
This type of clothing is used over your regular clothes.
Regular wheelchair or scooter users often find these items practical daily living aids.
They are staple wheelchair accessories for many people across the UK.
Wheelchair capes and ponchos - these cover most of the body and usually have hoods at the top.
They are available in various sizes and lengths, depending on how much of the body you want to protect from the weather.
Capes, ponchos or macs offer comprehensive protection against the elements.
Some people refer to them as wearable tents!
One or two mobility scooter capes are designed to fit over the scooter’s controls, as well as the user’s body.
This provides thorough protection from the rain, while also enabling someone to operate the mobility scooter.
Sleeved or unsleeved - ponchos are available without sleeves or slits for the hands and arms.
Leg covers or wraps - these items protect the lower half of the body.
Sometimes the protection extends right down to cover the feet, depending on the design.
While some versions of the leg protectors fit fairly tightly around the lower body, others drape in a looser style.
This has the benefit of being easy to get out of when you leave the wheelchair or mobility scooter.
Lined or unlined wheelchair clothing - while some clothing for wheelchair users is relatively thin rain-wear, some items have warm, fleecy linings.
If this is something you’re looking for, double check the product’s description before making your choice.
Sleeve covers for wheelchair users - these protect the arms of someone who is using a self-propelled wheelchair.
They cover the parts of the arms which might otherwise be exposed to the spinning large rear wheels.
Rainwear for wheelchair users - ponchos, coats, capes, trousers and many more items, specifically designed for someone in a wheelchair.
Wheelchair gloves - these are designed for people who self-propel their wheelchairs by pushing the large rear wheels.
The gloves have extra padding in the areas which connect with the pushing rims.
Hand muffs - wam, tubular pieces of insulated material, keeping hands warm on cold days.
There are some items which almost act like sleeping bags, covering the user from top to bottom.
In many cases, these have zips at the front and the user steps into the garment when it is already open in the chair.
The zip is then done up and the person is left snug inside.
Yes, there are specific covers which insulate and protect the legs from the rain or cold.
Many of these cover the feet, too.