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Maker - Sharon Linder

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Maker Story

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Hospital stays, mammograms, and other medical exams are nerve-racking. And wearing a faded, paper-thin hospital gown doesn’t help. Janes are a thoughtful upgrade to the genderless, one-size-fits-all johnny.

Cozy and modest, Janes’ warm, lightweight knit fabric and wrap closure keep you covered up and comfortable. They are even stylish and functional enough for everyday use—stepping out of the shower, lounging at home, going to the spa, and breastfeeding, too.

Founder Sharon Linder watched her mom and sisters battle breast cancer, through many hospital stays and procedures. She was all too familiar with demoralizing hospital johnnies, and set out to provide women with a stylish, more uplifting alternative.

When Sharon was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2012, her work creating Janes became even more meaningful. She was glad to bring her robe to appointments and wants women everywhere to know they can do the same.

Janes are Made in the USA and the company donates 2% of its proceeds to fund mammograms for underserved women. Treat yourself or the woman in your life to a comfortable robe, and more dignity in the exam room.

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Discovered 2/23/2015

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Social Enterprises

Maker Story

Soft and Secure

Hospital stays, mammograms, and other medical exams are nerve-racking. And wearing a faded, paper-thin hospital gown doesn’t help. Janes are a thoughtful upgrade to the genderless, one-size-fits-all johnny.

Cozy and modest, Janes’ warm, lightweight knit fabric and wrap closure keep you covered up and comfortable. They are even stylish and functional enough for everyday use—stepping out of the shower, lounging at home, going to the spa, and breastfeeding, too.

Founder Sharon Linder watched her mom and sisters battle breast cancer, through many hospital stays and procedures. She was all too familiar with demoralizing hospital johnnies, and set out to provide women with a stylish, more uplifting alternative.

When Sharon was diagnosed with uterine cancer in 2012, her work creating Janes became even more meaningful. She was glad to bring her robe to appointments and wants women everywhere to know they can do the same.

Janes are Made in the USA and the company donates 2% of its proceeds to fund mammograms for underserved women. Treat yourself or the woman in your life to a comfortable robe, and more dignity in the exam room.