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PLEASE NOTE: The system is a German one, so please do NOT be caught out: for example, our size 44 is NOT a 44"W. Take your waist measurement in centimeters (you can convert from inches if in the UK and USA or Canada) and read off the size guide chart to get your Rollitex size.

Essentially, measuring in your wheelchair is notoriously difficult so I usually recommend that new customers take the waist size of a comfortable, well-fitting pair of mainstream trousers and add one size. Because our jeans and trousers are cut higher at th eback for optimum fit while sitting, this makes the waist band a little longer and so the extra size usually works well when ordering.

Our jeans and trousers are cut long - as our customers range from amputees to 6'6". The men's jeans have an inseam of 38". They are sent out hemmed and professionally finished and can be altered, at a small cost, before dispatch. Though please note you need to be absolutely sure of your measurements and that the jeans fit properly, because once cut, items cannot be exchanged or refunded. Hence we strongly, STRONGLY discourage doing any alterations on a first order.

Next, are our regular (-N-) or slimmer (-E-) fit cuts. They are both a straight leg cut and the slimmer fit is NOT a skinny fit but are slightly slimmer to suit the proportions where legs have atrophied. Please be aware that if you wear a leg bag on your calf, these might not be ideal. Ultimately, like all clothing, it can often be a case of trial to find what you prefer.

We have two back heights: -8 and -12. I wear both and don't notice a huge difference. Though some customers swear by one or the other. The -12s come up higher. So if you try the -8s and feel there is still more of a gap between trousers and shirt, then try the -12s!

I hope this helps. Any questions, please ask.


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