Finally, ‘pull up’ trousers that go up to age 16, so regardless of age children don’t need to mess about with fiddly zips or buttons. We’ve added in a soft brushed inside waistband, and removed the back pocket for comfort. The care label has been moved to inside the pocket. It also features our Stain & Weatherproof finish, has Stay Put Hems and is Crease Resistant.
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2 Pack Boys' Easy Dressing Trousers is rated
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Rated 5 out of
easy fit school trousersGood trousers easy to wash and not really necessary to iron. Only one minor criticism. would like to have a bit more give /elastic/fabric around the waist area. My child is not over weight but did not feel a lot of space around waste so did not use any adjustment but not a lot of room either to help him pull up trousers. . But i do like the fact that he can go to school looking like everyone else and can have independence dressing as he can't do up zips or buttons. Well done Marks and Spencer ! All we need now are summer shorts next year?!!! overall very happy with the trousers and fully recommend them as they gave our children independence and dignity when dressing.
10/10 well done
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 2 out of
Not 'adjustable' waist...Full marks to M&S for selling 'easy dressing' trousers. My son is disabled and finds buttons and fastening really difficult, which makes independent dressing difficult for him. And so, why, when you've decided to produce some trousers which are suitable for children with additional needs do you NOT provide an internally adjustable waist? Providing belt hooks and slack elastication does not mean the waist is 'adjustable' as stated. Having to wear a belt rather negates the 'easy dressing' idea as a disabled child who struggles with buttons and fasteners is very likely to struggle with a belt. Indeed, some children with Autistic Spectrum Condition will find having to wear a belt distressing. Please, please review the design of these and make them properly accessible for disabled customers.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 3 out of
Not for my autistic sonIt is a nice idea to design clothing for special needs. I like that the tags are hidden in the pocket and it is a pull up style. But this trousers not really helping for kids with sensory sensitivity. At least not for mine. The fabric is not soft enough and not flexible at all. There is elastic waist on the back but not on the front. When my son sat down in the trousers it cut in his tummy. The legs are to tight and it is not easy to sit down onto the carpet which children are doing a lot. It All together this is an average pull up style trousers.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 1 out of
Disappointed with these easy dressing trousersWell I ordered these for my sin who has a number of issues with dressing. In previous years I purchased exactly the same trousers and they have been fab however M&S have changed the design and they are no longer adjustable at the waist like all other trousers in their ranges. My son is slim yet tall and these fell straight off him they were absolutely massive and with no way of adjusting (no elastic with buttons) they went straight back. I was really disappointed that the style had been changed. I wish I'd read others reviews before buying however nievely thought they would be the same as all the others previously purchased.
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 1 out of
Boys school trousersThis has been a disappointment, the material is rough and no different to what is available for sale in the other trousers ranges in the store. Marks have gone to such trouble to remove fastenings and labels but then put an adjustable waist band on with a button on the child's hip on the inside, this isn't any good for our boy he will itch and scratch that all day and it would drive him nuts, it's a good idea to make this range but it needs lots more investigation yet. The girls skirts and dresses in the store are lovely and soft, the trousers for this range need to be made in that fabric so they are softer. I wouldn't recommend these for a child with Autism its no different to anything else on sale else where if you just cut the labels out.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of
Brlliant trousers for boys!My son has always had problems with zips and so these trousers are fantastic as they are designed to look like formal trousers without the fuss and embarrassment of either walking around with only half done up trousers or having to ask for help.
They are also a great fit and look extremely smart (always a challenge!) They are not too big and flappy (often the case with seat and legs of elasticated waited trousers).
Also they wash extremely well - with no ironing... they go back on..no creases!
An excellent product
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 5 out of
ELASTICATED SCHOOL TROUSERSA PERFECT FIND FOR THOSE WHO HAVE FINE MOTOR SKILL PROBLEMS, CAUSED BY CONDITIONS SUCH AS DYSPRAXIA OR AUTISM. THE MATERIAL IS LIGHTWEIGHT-PROBABLY BETTER SUITED FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TERM, BUT HEY ELASTIC TROUSERS FOR TEENS ARE HARD TO COME BY. WELL DONE FOR RECOGNISING THAT SOME SCHOOL CHILDREN NEED YOU GO THAT BIT FURTHER TO MAKE THEIR LIVES LESS CHALLENGING THAN THEY MIGHT ALREADY BE. MORE SPECIAL NEEDS CONSIDERATION PLEASE. WELL DONE M&S!
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 3 out of
A pull up trouser with room for improvementMy 9 year old son, with ASD, finds buttons and fastenings really difficult, so he was overjoyed to have some school trousers that look like everyone else's, but without any fastenings. Pull up trousers are definitely the way to go with him. Unfortunately he has bulked out quite recently and these trousers are only just fitting him around the waist. A little more elastic would be really helpful. He also doesn't like the 'bumpy' bit where the elastic is sewn up for the adjustable waist...there must be a way of making this more comfortable for children with sensory issues? Overall, the design is a step in the right direction (we did keep the trousers), but maybe a little more thought could go into the next batch?