Zappos Looks To Help Shoppers with Special Needs
[Source: Disability Scoop]
Online retail giant Zappos is looking to make it simpler for kids and adults with disabilities to find clothes that meet their sensory and physical needs.
The retailer said recently that it is launching a special section on its site to highlight “functional and fashionable products designed to make life easier for those who have challenges getting dressed.”
The new collection dubbed Zappos Adaptive features items that are reversible, pieces that are soft to the touch as well as clothing without tags, buttons and zippers, the company said.
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