How difficult would this be to put on/take off a disabled man once it is wet? The tees go on and off great but don't provide much warmth. The regular jackets we've tried are too hard to get on and off and too form fitting
BERT D T Taking it off should be no problem. You could basically just roll it off turning it inside out. Getting it back on wet may be a little more trouble. Slightly moire awkward than a lycra shirt. I do think it will work for you.
GREGORY P This is pretty soft and east to get on and off compared to most rashguards.
KATHY C I bought mine where it wasn't skin tight. It kept me plenty warm and was pretty easy to put on even when wet.
FLORENTINO R Itt might be a bit challenging depending on the customer disability. It is a tight fit so you need at least a size larger than you actually use. However it gives you a very good insulation especially in cold waters when using a 5-7 mm.
STEVEN R I think it would work fine for that. It is much easier to take off and put on than a regular wetsuit. Thats why I end up using this shirt more than a full suit, but i dont usually dive in cold water. It is slightly form fitting, but i wouldnt really say it is a tight fit. hope this hels