Protecting ‘Butterfly Children’
Innovative Clothing for Epidermolysis Bullosa
GlideWear’s new line of skin protection clothing & accessories protects the skin of children with EB, a painful fragile skin condition where even the slightest amount of friction causes severe blisteringLearn How
Using Fabric to Protect Athletes’ Brains
MIPS, the premier brain safety technology company, is using GlideWear to reduce harmful shear forces and address the rotational forces that are linked to brain injuries, like concussions and chronic traumatic encephalopathy.Learn How
Brands that Use GlideWear in Their Products
Add GlideWear to Your Products for a Competitive Edge
Don’t let friction-related injuries keep your customers on the sidelines. Integrate GlideWear into your products to protect your customers’ skin from the friction and shear that cause chafing, blisters, pressure sores, and pain.Learn How
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Amputee Limb Care
Say goodbye to pain and hot spots on your residual limb. GlideWear’s limb care products reduce friction where your limb comes into contact with your prosthesis, preventing painful rubbing.
“It healed my knees within less than a week.” – Pauline, bilateral transtibial amputee
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Skin Protection Underwear: Pressure Sores & Bed Sores
GlideWear Underwear use a patented technology to protect skin and reduce the friction that causes pressure sores (“bed sores” or “pressure ulcers”) on the tailbone and buttocks. Made especially for wheelchair users, residents of long-term care facilities, seniors with limited mobility, and people recovering from surgery.
PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONE
As a caregiver, you want what’s best for your family. Find the GlideWear products that will reduce the friction and shear that cause painful pressure ulcers and bed sores on the tailbone area and heels and ankles — and keep your loved one comfortable.
Read the latest news on GlideWear and how sports and medical manufacturers, healthcare providers, caregivers, and individuals are using it.
Whether you’re a prosthetist, wound care specialist, doctor, or nurse, we have information for you that will help your patients.