Target introduces new adaptive Halloween costumes for kids with disabilities

The new line of costumes is available for pre-order now.
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Target’s latest range of clothing products are designed to give children with disabilities the chance to celebrate Halloween in comfort.

The Minneapolis-based retailer has this week announced a new line of adaptive Halloween costumes.

Called Hyde & Eek!, it includes costumes like princesses, sharks, unicorns and pirates, and the products are now available for pre-order. 

The designs feature flat seams and no tags to make wear easier for children with disabilities.

Costumes also include front flats for abdominal access and detachable elements for children with sensitivities. Festive wheelchair covers are also available in the collection.

The line follows the 2017 rollout of adaptive clothing from Target’s Cat & Jack brand. Cat & Jack also offers sensory-friendly clothing for children with tactile sensitivities, while Target’s Pillowfort collection carries sensory-friendly home items.

Prices range from $20 to $45 with sizes available from S to XXL. 

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