Boys' Skinkind™ Trousers
Love these trousers, my little boy has severe eczema and the cheaper supermarket teflon coated trousers make him really itchy and sore. I was looking for 100% cotton for him and found a few others sites but they were so expensive and for how little time he fits in clothes and the fact his cream wreaks his clothes i didnt want to spend a fortune, these are a reasonable price, the only downside which isn't the manufacturers fault is they dont hold the crease or look as smart but the comfort far outweighs that for me!
10 December 2013
not suitable for school
I bought two pairs of these trousers for my grandson to wear to school. They do not look as smart as his usual school trousers but his size for these was unavailable. My grandson says they are very comfortable but on his first day wearing them at school he was told they are a not a dark enough shade of black (this is true) and not smart enough so he will be wearing them casually out of school and I now have to buy more conventional school trousers. Nice idea as he has sensitive skin but not really suitable for purpose.
09 December 2013
Good trousers badly done
I have bought a number of these trousers now and had the same problem with many of them. The seams are just not properly done and they open. We have to sew them again as it is impossible to wear the item as it is literally falling apart.
A quality check of the seams would be much needed.
29 November 2013
Poor excuse for clothing
The skin kind school trousers are very thin and a I had to order a 14 year old seize for a 10 year old boy. Leaving me with all the work of having to take them in because the length of the trouser leg was disproportionally long to the with of the waist.
I was also disappointed that there was no choice whatsoever in skin kind models or styles. I found it very discriminatory to children with skin conditions or sensitive skin.
25 November 2013