"Anti-Stripper" Jumpsuit, Rip Stop Supplex

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"Anti-Stripper" Jumpsuit, Rip Stop Supplex

Short sleeve coveralls styled with rounded, reinforced neckline. This garment provides incredible strength due to 3 ply, rip-resistant Supplex fabric and outstanding comfort due to its soft and light weight cottony feel. All seams are sewn with no less than 6 threads of super-strong 3-ply thread in a combination of lock stitch, safety stitch and overlock stitch. In addition, all single needle stitching such as hems and binding are sewn in double needle lockstitch then reinforced with multiple heavy duty bar-tacks at all points of stress. Design features a fully covered boil proof elastic waist for shape and comfort as well as no pockets, fly or other opportunities for residents to grab hold. Garment to close in back with heavy duty brass zipper that opens by raising and closes by lowering. Closed zipper position places zipper pull in small pocket at base of zipper that is difficult for the wearer to see or gain access yet easy for the care giver to maneuver. Assorted Colors

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  • 4
    Very good, but too expensive!

    Posted by JackF on 29th May 2013

    It is made for the most aggressive undressers and is essentially overkill for most people. The "Anti-Stripper Jumpsuit made up of Poly/Cotton Twill is almost the same and just as good for most undressers. That being the case, I have worn both and I can tell you they are both equally comfortable. The only problem I had wearing them is one people like my brother does not have -- no pockets. I wore the jumpsuits and had to carry a brief case to hold my valuables. I wore my sports coat over it and I actually received three complements from co-workers on my outfit! The only thing we ended up changing was we added some velcro in the little pocket to make getting to the zipper even more difficult. I would recommend anyone wearing this jumpsuit for an entire day like I did to make sure you have protective undergarments on because using the toilet is intentionally difficult and potentially embarrassing if you are not adequately protected!