Kohl’s will soon be expanding its adaptive apparel assortment for adults across three of its private brands. The size for the adaptive apparel market is expected to reach $400 billion by 2024, according to 2021 research from Coherent Market Insights.
The collection, designed in partnership with Gamut Management, a consulting and talent management company for people with disabilities, includes integrated garment features that are manufactured with ease and comfort at the forefront.
Available now on Kohl’s e-commerce site, women’s adaptive products are sold across private-label brands Sonoma Goods for Life, Tek Gear and So, while men’s merchandise is included within both Sonoma Goods for Life and Tek Gear.
The men’s products will also include an assortment from Tommy Hilfiger, one of the department store’s newest third-party partners alongside Eddie Bauer, Lands’ End and Cole Haan.
Kohl’s Sonoma Goods for Life adaptive women’s collection will feature crew and V-neck long sleeve shirts, and crewneck sweatshirts, as well as straight leg jeans and leggings.
The brand’s adaptive men’s collection will feature flannel tops, short and long sleeve solid tees, henleys, joggers and regular fit jeans.