befree Featured on Forbes!

befree Featured on Forbes!

On its website, adaptive clothing company befree states its mission as “improving lives by addressing the real, everyday challenges of people living with limited mobility and are committed to making adaptive and inclusive fashion that really works,” while its goal is to “offer a product that provides freedom during a time when freedom feels so far away.”

Why does this analog technology—and make no mistake, zippers and the like indeed are technology—matter? As Befree explains, clothing represents a basic human need yet for millions of people coping with permanent or temporary disabilities, getting dressed can be a “daily hardship.” Befree, then, implies two things: agency and autonomy.

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