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Our hero photo gallery shows wounded service members wearing our adaptive clothing. Through their kindness, they have allowed us to share their photos. Sew Much Comfort respects the privacy of our wounded heroes and therefore, no names will be listed here.

All of these wounded service members are wearing Sew Much Comfort adaptive clothing. Sew Much Comfort provides adaptive pants, shorts, athletic shorts, t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, sweatshirts, boxers and comfort accessories. The adaption can be a single side (right or left) or double sided opening. To do this, our garments are sewn with velcro closures and can be completely opened to allow for ease in medical exams and/or dressing. The adaptive clothing gives medical personnel and service members the ability to have ready-access to the injuries by utilizing the special adaptive openings. The garments appear the same as normal civilian attire; an attribute which helps facilitate a more natural and comfortable recovery.

We are able to provide the garments at no cost through the generosity of so many talented seamstresses and monetary donations.

Sew Much Comfort wants to thank all service members for their courageous and honorable service to our country. Thank you!

See Our Clothes in Action

  • Walter Reed receives clothes from us and distributes them.
  • A soldier receiving a Purple Heart wearing our clothes
  • Medevac patients are comforted by clothes like these.
  • Our clothes are shipped across the world, like here, Landstuhl, Germany
  • A burn patient at BAMC
  • Our clothes help soldiers fit in again.
  • Our adapted clothes help soldiers with external fixators.
  • Soldiers wear our clothes.
  • Viking and Packers fans can get along in our clothes.
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