Of all the training pants that we tried with my little one, these are definitely one of the most reliable ones in our stash. In this review, I’ll show you the different features and explain why these are so awesome.
The outside is made out of a waterproof PUL fabric (as you know from THIS POST, I think that waterproof training pants are crucial to potty training, otherwise why not just skip the middle step and put the kid in regular underwear?).
The training pants comes in 11 colors. I do with that there were print options though.
The inside is topped with a stay dry micro fleece. The downside of this is that the child doesn’t feel wetness as much, but it is nice if you are needing a stay-dry top for sleeping time.
The bindings have a stretchy elastic in them that makes it easy to pull up and down. The downside is it kind of gives it a poofy look, which is kind of a bummer if you want it to look as close to regular underwear as possible.
My favorite part? The pocket interior. It has plenty of room for you to stuff it with whatever you want. Do just a little bit for daytime, or some more for night time. It does not come with an insert, but you can use any inserts that you have on hand. I liked to use a thin microfiber insert.
The training pants have snaps on each side. This is also something I talked about in this post as being essential to training pants, since it is much easier to handle poopy messes.
The training pants come in four sizes (the Snap-EZ site has great instructions on how to measure for a good fit. I HIGHLY recommend doing this for training pants).
|Medium||15 – 21||10 – 13||16|
|Large||17 – 23||11 – 14||18|
|Youth Small||19 – 25||12 – 16||20|
|Youth Medium||21 – 28||14 – 19||22|
These are made in the USA
My Survey Response
So here is how I would fill out a Padded Tush Stats Training Pants survey based on how this worked on my daughter. She is a petite 3 year old (short and 27 pounds) and is a normal to heavy wetter:
* POST EDIT: I realized after posting (thanks to one of you awesome readers) that I gave it a “4” for worth the price, even though it doesn’t include an insert. I do think the price could be lower for this diaper, given that it has no insert. But I will still say these training pants are so reliable they may be worth it.
Where to Buy: You can see who carries this cover by going to www.clothdiaperretailers.com. Type in “Snap-EZ” and you can see who carries it and compare things like shipping, location, and even sales going on. It’s the best way to find the best deal on cloth diapers.
Snap-EZ and Green Diaper Demos provided training pants for review and filming, but that did not affect any of the opinions in this post.
Tara moved on to other career endeavors in 2014 but can still be found online blogging about health and fitness at Fit Baby Steps.
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