This is the same as our Hemp Doubler, (three layers of 55% hemp, 45% organic cotton) but topped with a layer of virgin Malden Mills 200 weight polar fleece. Polar fleece allows the moisture to go through but maintains a drier feeling next to baby’s bottom, since fleece is hydrophobic (afraid of water). With quality polar fleece the argument that only disposables keep baby’s bottom feeling dry is simply not true. This washable synthetic really does keep baby’s bottom dry. More information and photos here. NOT FOR STUFFING IN POCKETS. For pocket diaper inserts please see our Cloth-eez Inserts.
For all of these sizes of stay-dry doublers, the BLUE edge stitch side is the side that has the stay dry fabric. The blue edge stitch side goes next to baby. Think "b" is for blue is for baby.
All of the stay dry version have blue stitching on the stay-dry side.
Small is blue/green.
Long is blue/white.
Night shaped is blue/white.
Made in the USA from domestic and imported materials.
We got these in the hopes that they would help our baby get more sleep at nap time, and it sometimes works. They don't seem to be woken by wetness when wearing one, but at least half the time they wake because they need to pee and not because they have already peed, and the stay-dry pad obviously doesn't help with that. They do make the diaper quite a bit bulkier. We are using medium-sized pre-folds on our 5 1/2 month old. Normally we use a bikini twist, but with the stay dry pad in there we use a wing fold. Wing-fold with a small diaper is our backup if we are late on laundry, and using these pads is not an option in that case. Generally, these are good. Not a game-changer for us, but they work as expected.
These work great for overnight! I also have the overnight version but I use these while the babies are smaller because they fit better and seem absorbent enough.
Works great. Very soft
Wish I'd gotten more of these for night diapers. They absorb a lot but keep the little one feeling dry so he can sleep more comfortably. They wash and dry well.
I got these in size small. They work well and are much more absorbent than the cotton doublers. However, the small isn't enough to get us through a night (baby feeds 2-3x/night-- size large works). Also, they are thick. I've found I prefer the hemp doubler and stay dry liner separate but these are convenient.