Moraki Cloth is new to me, but I am glad I was introduced to them! They are one-size diapers that can be used as an AI2 or pocket diaper, and are made in the USA by WAHMs.
Diapers are estimated to fit 7-40 pounds and are entirely USA made.
The diapers have snap closures (with a hip snap) and offer newborn, small, medium and large size settings via a snap down rise.
The super-soft inner has an envelope style pocket opening, which allows inserts to agitate out in the wash. If you prefer, you can use the diaper as a cover for an all-in-two system. There is a PUL flap in front to hold the insert in place.
Inserts are available in small, medium or one-size, and are 55% hemp. They develop a soft, sherpa-like appearance after a few washes.
Here is the newborn size setting, measured folded and stretched:
Inserts are sewn in a loop for more thorough cleaning and faster drying.
I used the diaper as a pocket on the medium setting on my 17 pound 1-year old.
The diaper fit wonderfully and it is beautifully made. The one-size hemp insert was absorbent enough to serve as the first-of-the-morning diaper, and it has been added to the list of diapers I’d grab for going out/naps etc.
Diapers sell for $27 and inserts are sold separately for $6-7. You can save by purchasing a cover with one-size insert for $31. Though somewhat pricey, you can dramatically reduce the cost per diaper change by using this as an all-in-two system.
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I received a product sample for review. I was not compensated for this post and all opinions are my own.