Alright, can someone explain to me why the exam rooms at a doctor’s office are always so cold it hurts? Why do they do that? They must realize, by now, how little warmth a hospital gown provides. So why do the doctors and nurses continue to do it? Are they just that sadistic? I mean, the gowns are made out of paper and the thermostat is set to “Arctic.”
Fortunately, Ports 1961 has found a solution: the wool hospital gown. Finally, a warm – and chic – way to keep you comfortable while you spend 15 minutes sitting on a butcher paper covered bench, waiting for the nurse to come in and take your blood pressure.
It even closes in the back!
I mean, sure, it’s $595, but isn’t that worth it for a little comfort?