makes perfect size and one-size pocket diapers (my favorite, as you know by now!) You can get solids, prints and even embroidered designs
. They come in breathable fleece, PUL, cotton prints with hidden PUL and minky.
I am of course grateful for any review diaper I receive, since I’m evaluating the fit and function, not the cuteness. I do have to admit that I was very excited when I opened the package and saw the cute cow print I had spotted on the Preston’s Pants website!
The perforated poly mailer made it that much faster to get to that fluff! I much prefer this type of mailer to the kind that requires digging out the scissors and cutting carefully.
The package came with printed care instructions. I really appreciate this, since each manufacturer/diaper maker has their own instructions. Some are pre-washed, some aren’t, some suggest line drying, some machine drying. It makes it nice and simple to see it right there with the new diaper.
The sheet also had warranty info
. Yep, Colleen has an official warranty! Most WAHMs would stand behind their product if you complained, but I like that it’s official. I am leery of being a “complainer” but for some reason if the product were under warranty, I would feel less awkward about the complaint. No complaints here though!
The diaper has a care tag sewn into the pocket, and this was on the reverse. It made me laugh because cloth is an obsession! Something I didn’t know when I started out.
The snaps were evenly applied and the stitching seemed fairly even and consistent.
The diaper came with a microfiber insert and a doubler. I believe the doubler is organic cotton. They are used by stuffing them in the pocket opening, not laid on top, I just did that for the picture! My diaper has a microfleece inner, which is my preference. Preston’s Pants can also be purchased with a bamboo inner.
Here’s the diaper on the small rise setting.
The large rise setting:
The medium setting is about the same as the medium setting on a Flip.
I usually like to try diapers out a bit before I use them for a nap or car ride, but I put this diaper to the test right away. I stuffed it with the doubler and put it on my son as we were riding to the airport to pick up my husband.
Looks like he should be saying “Howdy Pardner!”
I got a good fit, and the snap configuration was very simple. Easy to put on a baby on the move.
My son wore the diaper for more than four hours with no leaking or wicking! Preston’s Pants can definitely give the “big name” pocket diapers a run for their money. The one-size pockets start at $19.95 for solid PUL; prints and embroidery are more. I love supporting WAHMs!
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Preston’s Pants generously provided a diaper for me to review however, the free item did not influence my review. All opinions are my own. Results may vary, blah blah.