The global adaptive clothing market is witnessing a CAGR of 4.1 per cent. Adaptive clothing is clothing specially designed for people with varying degrees of impairment, which includes acquired disabilities, birth defects, congenital developmental disabilities, and other physical disabilities. Clothing specifically designed to meet the needs of these groups can provide a sense of empowerment and improve the quality of life for many individuals. There are options available that offer these individuals greater choices in terms of style, fit, and functionality, allowing them to purchase items that look great and function well.
Leggings, tights, socks, and pants are all types of adaptive clothing that are suitable for those who may be struggling to walk, talk or perform ordinary tasks on a daily basis. Leggings and tights are among the easiest types of wearable garments to break in, thanks to the way they hug the body and are designed to mold to the individual wearer’s shape and size. Adaptive apparel such as these particular types of clothing are made using high quality, durable materials that resist ripping, tearing, and fading.
Asia Pacific is expected to witness high growth, owing to the significant amount of population with various disabilities, particularly in economies such as India.