2-in-1 Waterproof Cotton Training Pants for Boys
2-in-1 Waterproof Cotton Training Pants for BoysCode: Kit-0016 $29.95
Want to stop using disposable diapers and pull-ups, and start using cloth training pants, but are worried about accidents making a big mess and leaking everywhere?
These Potty Scotty - 2 in 1 WATERPROOF PUL Potty Training Pants are designed for moms who want to use cloth training pants, but do not want to have to deal with MAJOR accident clean up! These will be the perfect training pant for you!
The outer layer in these potty training pant is made of Waterproof PUL (Polyurethane Laminate). This polyester knit fabric is soft to the touch and is laminated with polyurethane which makes the training pant waterproof.
The center panel is PADDED with 2 layers of EXTREMELY absorbent cotton. This padding is absorbent, NOT bulky!
The inner layer that is against your little boys's skin is made of 100% cotton. It is the same cotton that the padded potty training pants are made of. This cotton is designed to retain moisture (not wick it away) which is designed to make your son uncomfortable when wet. This will increase his awareness of his excretory function promoting potty training.
The potty training pants are designed with lycra binding around the legs and tummy for a comfortable and customized fit for your son. They are also very easy to pull on and off, which will inspire independence during potty training.
These 2 in 1 Waterproof PUL Training Pants are designed for daytime and nap use.
If your child is having accidents at night, we recommend the Night Time Training Pants.
Our potty training pants come in a variety of sizes and will fit babies, toddlers and kids up to age 6. (The weight and the size of the child will have an effect on the age limit of our product. For example, children who are 7 and older but have a small build may still fit into our training pants.) Please make sure to use our weight chart as well as our sizing chart to get an accurate fit.
Please note that these are not to be used in replacement of diapers or pull-ups.
Based On 10 Reviews
We have been using these for the transition to big boy underwear and they have been awesome! Many complain about the bulk of the 2 and 1, but they hide very well once the shorts/pants are on. I am sure the kids run out of room but my son doesn't have an issue with it. If you have a toddler who is taking longer to train but is still growing these are perfect since they go up to 4x. Great for overnight too...
My son was using regular potty pants and having accidents when we would go out places. I hated putting a pull up on him because then he thought it was ok to just pee in it. But when he would pee in his underwear he would realize he was wet and needed to pay attention. I bought these to use instead of a pull up to go out and sometimes throughout the day. They do make my life easier, and he knows when he is wet. So he mostly does pretty well with using the potty, but if I take him out somewhere in these I don't have to worry that he will be soaked immediately. These give me a little time, and they wash up pretty easy. Sometimes they take a while to dry completely so I just set them out upside down, and they dry out the rest of the way. But these are good and do make things easier for sure.
With a 13-yr age gap between my middle and youngest child, I was a little out of the loop regarding the advancements in potty training tools. So the first night of a successful potty training day for our youngest &40;who is three&41;, I did what I'd done with the older two, which was put him in training underwear with a plastic cover over them &40;I absolutely refuse to purchase pull-ups&41;. Well, either my memory has failed me or those plastic pants just aren't made the same as they were a decade ago because my son, as I expected, wet himself during the night and it was as though he hadn't been wearing anything--the bed and he both were soaked through. Having cloth diapered, I figured that there *had* to be some sort of big kid/potty training equivalent &40;or at least I hoped that there was!&41;, so I did some internet research and found Potty Scotty training pants. The reviews I read were completely accurate--this is a great product. We bought just two pair and have had a dry bed and dry boy ever since! I'm sure mommy friends who are also in the throes of potty training think I'm getting kickbacks from the manufacturer because I simply can't say enough good things about these training pants and have encouraged them all to buy them. Besides keeping our son dry through the night, they look and feel like underwear &40;whereas pull-ups look and feel like diapers&41;, so our little boy has no qualms at all about wearing...
Potty Scottys are AWESOME! They absorb the same amount as pull-ups. They do run a little on the big side though, so be very careful as to which size you order. They are easy enough to pull up and down that my son can do it without my help.
I bought the 24lb-29lb size, for my son who is only 22lb or so at 14 months. Honestly, from day1, they have fit right and the seams create a tight enough sea; at his thighs to contain messes. These are also a little more absorbent, so can take a medium size pee and not leak. Its cotton on the inside touching his skin, so he is very quick to feel wet and react- this is critical in the potty training department. Also, the price is excellent, so I bought 12 and I need them so I only have to wash 1-2 times a week &40;my DS only has 1/2 accidents a day now&41;. Highly recommend both for containing messes and saving money. 4 stars cos I wish they had more prints...
These are nice training pants. They are very soft and they really do minimize leak through. Word of caution these seem to run big. My son wears a 3T and the large almost just slip right off of his hips. I wish I would of ordered the medium.
My son called these puffy underwear. His weight was right at the edge of the sizes and I went for the larger size which was a mistake. They are too loose and very bulky. Overall they were OK but they probably were too absorbant for us. My son is resistant to potty training and we hoped that feeling wet would help. They have not really been any help with him. I also feel that they are pretty pricey.
We really liked these! very absorbent and did not fall apart with washing. We had a few Gerber brand, but they fit poorly, fell apart and did not absorb well at all. I bought a set and used the same set on both my son and daughter and they still look great! Especially when I soaked soiled ones in Oxy over night... They looked like new again. I was reccomended these by a mommy friend, and so glad I did. Our day care started recommending them to other parents too. I also like that they are cotton and will breathe to keep your kids skin healthy, yet let them feel wet and learn from their mistakes.
We only bought one pair of these because we weren't sure how well they would work for our son. We've used training pants with the white vinyl pants up to now and leaks were frequent. We were switching to big boy underwear with the train in one day potty system and decided to try the Potty Scotty Training Pants. We sent them out on a trial run and though my son wet them, his cloths stayed dry. We now use the pair for his bus ride to and from the school. They keep his cloths dry and because they allow him to feel wet, he has responded to the potty training and is wetting them less. They are easy to get on and off but they are bulky. We don't mind the bulk given the situation. They are also one use only and are designed to be wet inside but not outside, so make sure to look inside at potty time. The school didn't realize this at first. We are about to move our daughter to training pants and are planning on getting the Potty Patty training pants after such a wonderful experience with these.
These are great if you are needing to go out and about and don't want to worry about your little one having pee running down their leg at the store. Granted, if they do have multiple accidents in these they will eventually wick out the moisture. My son is using the potty sometimes, but doesn't really know when he needs to go potty. If I ask him to try, he goes almost every time. So these have be great in saving us from having to change clothes multiple times a day. We have been using ours for a few months now and we really like them. Yes, they are a bit poofy, but are less so than a cloth diaper. I would rather deal with poofy, then have to wash the carseat cover frequently. Also, my son is on the skinny side and weighs about 30-32 lbs at 29 months, but does have a little bit of chunk on his thighs. We have both the size Medium and Large. The Medium ones are starting to make red marks on his thighs, but are not tight anywhere else, the size Large fits just fine.