Post contains affiliate links. I purchased the pictured item myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. EcoPosh training pants are manufactured by Kangacare and are made out of recycled water bottles, bamboo and organic cotton.
I purchased the size small (1T/2T) and they are also available in medium (2T/3T) and Large (3T+.) There are 5 earthy colors: Ginger (rusty orange), Love (dusty pink), Biscuit (yellowish beige), Bamboo (earthy green) and Peace (the blue I chose.)
The trainers are a nice, soft jersey. There are 2 layers of organic cotton/bamboo with a hidden layer or TPU. Just right for catching an accident, but not appropriate for night/nap etc. They remind me of cute, padded undies and are quite trim. They need to be washed & dried 5x before use and will gain absorbency through 10 washes.
Here is the size small measured before washing:
In these photos, my son is about 23 months old and 23 pounds, in the size small:
He has plenty of room to grow in these, and they are easy to pull up & down. If you need extra absorbency, you can also add a natural fiber booster in the wet zone.
EcoPosh trainers retail for $15.97.
Have you tried EcoPosh trainers?