Bundle of Adventure Collection:
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Karen's comments: These are not the same fit as the Thirsties sized Cover. The fit of the Duo is trimmer and the size runs differently. I don't want people assuming they are the same as the others but with rise snaps when they really do run differently - this one, the Duo, is narrower and trimmer.
I think the size change might come at 15 pounds not the 18 pounds recommended below (baby shapes vary of course, so weight recommendations are always a rough guess). Great over unpinned prefolds or fitteds. Size one fits over orange edge or yellow edge. Size Two fits over red edge or brown edge Cloth-eez prefold diapers, trifolded and just laid in the wrap. A no-pinning delight or use over fitted diapers such as Workhorse diapers. Also available in snap collections.
100% polyester with TPU laminate FREE of VOCs, PVC, phthalates, lead, and latex. Made in the USA.
If your toddler outgrows the size 2 cover, check out the Thirsties Cover in size Large. It has enough room inside to fit a very thirsty diaper. Thirsties Cover size large (not the Duo version) is the next size up from the Thirsties Duo Wrap size Two or the even bigger Duo Wrap Size Three instead. Thirsties Duo Wrap size Three is our largest cover.
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As the mother of nine kids I have been cloth diapering babies for 21 years. I have used many systems, brands, and methods. While some diapers are cuter or more cleverly designed than others, I always return to prefolds, snappis, and covers, as they are the most hardy, reliable, and cost effective . And these covers are my very favorite after wool covers (which have their own pros and cons). I prefer the Velcro over snaps for getting a perfect fit, the gussets are very leak resistant on different baby sizes and shapes, and they last a good many washes (more than 4 years worth, by my estimate). I highly recommend these covers.
I like that these are faster to do up when my baby is screaming and squirming, but I have the same problem as another reviewer- the velcro ends up rubbing on my boy’s tummy and making a red irritated mark.