At some point, every diabetic who wears an insulin pump every day asks the question: How and where is it best to wear it? For us personally, it was very important that the insulin pump can be worn as practically and discreetly as possible in everyday life. We definitely wanted to do without additional things such as belts or other fasteners.
For this reason, the DiaShorts were created, which can solve all these problems.
Through the practical sewn pocket in the high-quality boxer shorts, you can now easily and comfortably wear his insulin pump. So that it can not simply fall out during sports or other activities, there is a push button that reliably prevents this. After several years of testing, we find: You don't feel the insulin pump when you wear it in your boxer shorts and it's a real gamechanger for everyday life!
If you use a slightly longer hose, you can additionally fix it with the practical rubber loop.
In order to be able to attach and detach the tube quickly, e.g. when going to the toilet, we recommend using a catheter with a simple click mechanism. In addition, the insulin pump must have a key lock, so that you do not get to the keys unintentionally through the movements. However, this should be possible with every common pump on the market.
The fabric is particularly skin-friendly, as no pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, artificial fertilizers or defoliants are used in the controlled organic cultivation (= kbA) of the cotton.
|Size||Age approx.||Body size|
|98||2 to 3||93-98 cm|
|104||3 to 4||99-104 cm|
|116||5 to 6||105-116 cm|
|128||7 to 8||117-128 cm|
|176||15||From 165 cm|
Care Tip: white boil-proof, colored 60° washable, suitable for tumble dryer
Run-in values: despite running-in pretreatment, running-in of approx. 5% is possible