The last mystery product from Kissaluvs is training pants, as readers had guessed!
They will be available in a 2T (20-32 lbs) and a 3T (28-40 lbs.)
They have two snap settings on each side and are easy to pull up and down without unsnapping.
The inner is what made me say “oohhhhh!!” when I opened the package. The dinos are so darn cute!! The inner is 100% cotton flannel, so a toddler will feel the wetness of an accident.
The Kissa’s training pants are pocket trainers, so you can stuff them to customize the absorbency.
The training pant has a 2-layer microfiber insert sewn in, so it can be used as is (this is the trainer pictured inside out.)
The trainer is quite trim and a little narrow through the crotch, but I was able to stuff a narrower full-size insert in the pocket.
Above is the 2T trainer I received, compared to the Kissaluvs Marvels AIO on the large setting. My son is 2 years old and 23 pounds and still wears the medium setting of the Marvels AIO and other one-size diapers, so he could really use a bit smaller size in the trainer.
The 2T trainer was really easy to pull on and seemed to fit well, but for a great fit, we’d need it to be a little more snug at the legs (he ended up sagging a bit.) My son is rather unusual though; he is just now on the growth charts at 2 years old, and still wears mostly 24 month clothing.
The trainers will be available in lagoon blue, chocolate (what I reviewed) or gold with the dino inner, and white with a cycle print inner. They will be available starting June 15th with an MSRP of $14.95, but they will have an introductory price of just $12.95 until the end of June!
I’d say the sewn in soaker is enough to catch an accident, but you’d need to add an insert to hold more than that. I think they are really a great value since they are available in larger sizes and can be used as a pocket diaper or trainer. You can buy them for a baby who is perhaps on the cusp of learning to use the potty and use them as a pocket diaper first, a trainer later. This is especially great since there aren’t that many diapers available to fit kids who outgrow large cloth diapers. Of course, I haven’t seen/measured a 3T but since the 2T is about the same size as a large diaper, I think it’s safe to assume the 3T is larger. 2013 update: See the 3T & both on my 4.5 year old in my updated Kissaluvs trainers review.
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