About Our Founder
April Davenport developed a chronic pain condition from an injury when she was twelve years old, and has had to use mobility devices on and off ever since. When April got to college she studied apparel design, which soon caused her to realize that people like her were massively underrepresented in the apparel industry. Instead of letting that discourage her, April started studying adaptive apparel design, and exploring how the industry could be made more inclusive. After a number of years of exploring the needs of adaptive customers, April found that people who used mobility devices struggled with self-confidence and self-conscious about their mobility devices. April decided to create Crutch'n It as a way to address this problem, by giving people who use mobility devices like her the chance to show off their mobility devices.