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“Back” Braille Patch Ankle Socks

The “Back” Braille Patch Ankle Socks are designed for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The socks include a patch in braille that indicates the "back” on the top back of the sock. The patch is also placed on the outside of the sock to indicate that the sock is not inside out. Can be worn with pants, so that the pant legs cover the patches.

Braille Code Number Patches

Braille Code Number Patches are to be placed within button-down shirts next to each button and button-hole. The braille patch numbers have two sets of number 1-8 to match the button side to the button-hole side to match and button correctly. Can be used by children and adults. The patches are not adhesive, they are easily ironed or sewn in to button-down shirts. For the best results, take patches to the cleaners and have them iron or sewn into shirts.

"Left" and "Right" Braille Adhesive Patches

The "Left" and "Right" Braille Adhesive Patches is designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision to help them figure out which is the correct shoes. The patches read left and right in Braille. Peel the adhesive strip, place them in the inner tongue of a pair of shoes.


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