Zip Front Wheelchair Chords

Zip Front Wheelchair Chords

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£59.00 With VAT Relief
£70.80 Including VAT

Zip Front Wheelchair Chords

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£59.00 With VAT Relief
£70.80 Including VAT

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Zip Front Wheelchair Cords

Our zip front cords, specially designed for wheelchair users, are ideal for those looking for a smart-casual look. The cotton-rich fabric is soft and breathable with an element of stretch for extra comfort.

Features include:

  • Larger belt loops for pulling on
  • Hook and bar fastening
  • Lower front
  • High back rise fits comfortably
  • Pockets vertical to retain contents
  • Larger zip for ease of access
  • Longer legs to fit properly when sitting
  • Elasticated at side for snug fit
  • Flat seam, no central belt loop to avoid abrasion
  • Shaped seat fits comfortably.


Available in inside leg measurement 31″ or 34″. Please bear in mind that anyone using a wheelchair should wear their trousers 2″ to 3″ longer.


If you have any questions, or you would like to place an order over the phone, please phone us on 0141 775 3738.


Waist size34", 36", 38", 40", 42", 44", 46", 48", 50", 52"
Leg Length31", 34"
Care InstructionsWash 30* | Don Not Bleach | Do Not tumble Dry | Low Iron
Material97% Cotton | 3% Elastane


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  • Anonymous

    Long lasting and excellent fit

    I’ve had a both the brown and black pairs over the years from Able2Wear. They are long lasting and shaped perfectly for wheelchair use. Excellent for going out in style. An alternate choice of colour would be nice too, because they are that good.

    24 November 2020
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  • Anonymous


    more colours and fabric choice would be good

    9 September 2019
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  • Anonymous

    Smart trousers

    These are just what I’ve been looking for…. I needed a pair of smart trousers for my daughters wedding and these are ideal. thanks for your help with getting this sorted. Dave

    10 April 2019
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