Bendable mannequins are typically a wire frame that is covered with a soft cotton like material or foam and then covered in a canvas or jersey material. Grey or off-white are colors used most often in the canvas or jersey materials.

Bendable mannequins are available in either a headless version or with a head. The ones with heads usually egghead style with no facial features.

Bendable Male Mannequin with featureless head
Bendable Male Mannequin with featureless head
Headless Female Mannequin
Headless Female Mannequin
Hybrid mannequin – bendable cloth body with fiberglass head
Hybrid mannequin – bendable cloth body with fiberglass head

There two hybrid style bendable mannequins. One has a realistic fiberglass head that has been attached to cloth body.

The other is a fiberglass mannequin that has specially designed articulated arm fitting as the elbow so that you can position the arms into various poses.

Bendable mannequins, especially headless ones, were popularized by The Baby Gap chain and even today retailers of children’s clothing are the primary purchasers of bendable mannequins.

Hybrid male and female mannequin flexible arms
Hybrid male and female mannequin flexible arms
Hybrid male with bendable arms
Hybrid male with bendable arms
Bendable child mannequin
Bendable child mannequin

For some reason adult bendable mannequin just never really took off for retailers. You will see them at some athletic clothing retail stores or for novelty purposes – hanging from a trapeze for example.

As with all mannequins, there are low end versions and high end versions of the product, depending upon the quality of materials used and attention to detail in the manufacturing process.

This guide was written by Mannequin Madness, www.MannequinMadness.com mannequin liquidator that carries new and used mannequins from a variety of manufacturers. All of the images in this posting are of mannequins that we have had or currently have in our inventory.

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