I love the concept of the shirt: easy snap on, easy tug off.  It’s a convenient design for any person and essential to greater self sufficiency for people with hand-use limitations (i.e. paralysis,  muscle weakness, arthritis, carpal tunnel).

The downsides are that the magnetic buttons are sewn within the material and  consumers are limited to the designs/patterns and sizes/cuts distributed by the company. People have both unique body shapes and styles.

This is why being able to add buttons to shirts you love to wear is a handy option.

James P. Murtha III

Ass. Director of R&D, Buttons 2 Button

Ambassador & Peer Mentor, LLMSWChristopher and Dana Reeve Foundation

Peer Mentor, Center for Independent Living