zipOns Featured in KC Parent's 5 Things We Love Right Now

With zippers spanning from waist to hem instead of traditional pull-on pant sleeves, befree zipOns make it so kids and parents don’t have to take their shoes off first, or even be standing to zip...

zipOns Featured in Golf Vacations Magazine

It is amazing how many innovations that have nothing to do with golf have a way of finding their way into the sport and lifestyle. One example is a company called befree that makes adaptive...

befree Featured on Nice News!!

Having a child go through a major operation is trying for any mother, but when Nicole Puzzo’s then 5-year-old daughter Stella underwent double hip surgery in 2015, she faced an additional hardship. For three months...

befree Featured in Accessibility for All Magazine!!

Nicole Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo co-founded befree to ease the everyday challenge of getting dressed for people with limited mobility. They remain committed to making adaptive and inclusive fashion that really works, products that provide...

befree on CBS News!

They say necessity is the mother of invention, and this invention came from two Massachusetts mothers with a need: clothing for those with disabilities. Nikki Puzzo and Joanne DiCamillo founded befree, an adaptive clothing brand...

zipOns Featured on Real Simple Smart Finds!

Befree is dedicated to making life easier for people with limited mobility and temporary or permanent disabilities, and its adaptive zip-on pants are designed precisely with them in mind. These comfy pants are made from...

befree on NBC News Boston

The founders of befree, based in Swampscott, Massachusetts, hope to help make getting dressed easier for people with limited mobility.

befree featured on GMA!

When doctors told Nikki Puzzo to dress her daughter in blankets after surgery, she wondered why there wasn’t a better option. She devised a solution, later launching adaptive clothing company befree. Watch the segment here.

befree on WHDH Channel 7 News: Massachusetts mothers team up to create adaptive clothing company

SWAMPSCOTT, MASS. (WHDH) - Two mothers in Massachusetts are on a mission, starting their own adaptive clothing company for people with disabilities and those recovering from injuries or surgeries. 

Local moms zipping into adaptive fashion world

Moms of children with special needs know that sometimes the most routine task can be a struggle. For Nicole Puzzo, that struggle was putting pants on her youngest daughter, Stella.  Read the full article here.