This Overcoat comes in both Navy and a light Grey.
It ends past the hip and runs to about the top of the thigh, this means that you are not battling a lot of fabric if you are sitting down, but it’s slightly longer so will keep you warmer than an averagely sized jacket.
The composition of the overcoat is 60% wool and 40% polyester. It is lined too.
The buttons on this jacket are popper buttons, so are more comfortable to do up than standard buttons, these run down the coat. If you struggle with dexterity and doing up zips, you might be able to do up only the buttons and bypass the zip which runs parallel – but this adaption would be dependent on your size and preferred fit.
The two pockets on the overcoat are at the front, toward the bottom of the overcoat, if the overcoat is zipped up a person in a wheelchair might be able to use these pockets, but if the jacket is not done up, these pockets might sit outside from the body and thus be out of reach.
The sleeves are full-length and fitted, but not too tight – as this jacket is wool it is thicker, so if sitting in a wheelchair it might be a little restrictive and heavy to wear, other than that the fit of the sleeves are not wide so won’t interfere with your mobility.