Cloth-eez POSO Cover

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This item is a BETA Version.  (Low introductory price.)

Size XSmall       5 - 9.5 pounds 

Size Small         7 - 10 pounds

Size Medium   10 - 16 pounds

Size Large        15 - 26 pounds or longer for tall and lean, not for thick legs.   See pictures.

Leg openings on this initial production run in size Large came out smaller than expected so it will fit best on average to thin legs.   It may not work for chubby legs.  In size medium the leg openings also came out just slightly smaller than expected also.  Leg openings seem fine on XSmall and Small so it is final version in XSmall and Small, but it is BETA for Medium and Large.  BTA means that it's not a final version and it is a work in progress. Improvements will be made for the next production run to improve the leg openings on the medium and large.  We also plan add larger sizes, too. 

The sizes are close to each other so skipping a size can make sense.

Use it over a fitted style diaper or a pinned prefold or flat.   Snappis and Boingos are not recommended under this. Pinning is preferred since the cover does not have snaps along the front to help hold the Snappi in place.   Great over fitteds such as the Workhorse diaper. 

This cover is made of our signature very soft fabric.  It has leg gussets, adjustable snaps at the leg and waist, and is true size which means it does not have rise snaps in the front.   I like that that it doesn't have snap bumps in on the outside of it. 

Do not pad-fold under this cover since the shape is like an old-fashioned pull-on pant.   


USAGE TIP:   It's a "back snapping cover".  The inner Cloth-eez tag will end up at baby's right front hip.   Know this so you don't put it on backwards.  The snaps snap towards the back on purpose.  Most covers snap to the front, but this snaps the other way; toward the back.  Know this: it snaps to the back and the tag goes at baby's right front hip.  Repeating for emphasis.

Once you know that, it's easy to use, but since it is different than others, it is important to highlight that difference. 

Why choose this style cover?   The #1 reason is baby's comfort. 

  • It's comfortable for baby. The higher front helps keep the top of baby's pants dry.  It can be put on more loosely for less pressure on baby's tummy.   
  • It is easy to use over fitteds and pinned diapers with a higher rise
  • Roomy inside to add plenty of extra absorbency when needed 
  • It looks retro and poofy, but it smashes down well under clothes
  • No extra work of tucking everything in on a too-trim-fitting cover.
  • Adding doublers do not cause the leg elastic to pull away from baby's body because it's very roomy through the bottom and the seat
  • No stuffing needed

Available only in white to keep costs down. White is a beautiful, classic diaper color. 

Down the road after a lots of use and washings, this softer, 1 mil cover may wear out faster than a thicker 2 mil cover such as Thirsties, but that is the tradeoff for the softness.   Most often babies outgrow the sizes long before that happens, but side by side with Thirsties will win the durability contest.  1 mil and 2 mil refers to the thickness of the waterproof TPU layer (PUL and TPU are terms for the waterproof layer and they mean the same thing and are used interchangably by various brands.  Technically they are all TPU.)

100% polyester with TPU laminate.  Standard elastic at legs and waist which may contain latex.  Nickel-free nylon snaps.  Made in China.

Machine wash warm, hang or tumble dry, remove promptly. No bleach. Do not pull on warm elastics. Do not overdry. 

Babee Greens wool pictures link

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Cassandra H.
United States United States

Not so sure...

I'm still undecided. I like that they have side snaps for easy clean up, but we ended up with wicking/leaking issues. Baby sleeps on his side. They also seem hard to pull on, even when the snap setting for the legs is loose. The elastic just doesn't want to slide easily. I found them easier to snap on and off.

Marie m.
United States United States

Test version

I really thought I was going to love this diaper but as noted in the description we had a size large and the leg holes did not fit. I want to say baby was 23lbs at the time but I couldn't get it up his legs. I snapped It on a few time before taking it out of rotation. Materials seems sturdy and workmanship looked good.

United States United States


I love the POSO cover. Especially now that my little guy is starting to want to stand more and will do anything to wiggle his way out of his diaper changes. I really like the extra room, it’s great for a bulky night time setup, which is what I use it for often. And the tummy elastic is awesome! Same softness as the original clotheez covers. Love! My son is 18 lbs now and quite petite. in medium workhorses or large workhorses for nighttime. I got the large size and he has been on the smallest setting for both legs and waist for a long time now. Lots of room to grow! Clotheez POSO Cover - BETA Version - Large

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Absolutely love these. So so soft and not bulky. I'm surprised these don't get more love from others! Haven't had a leak issue and wonderfully priced! GMD knows their stuff!

United States United States

I really like these!

I like these better than the "normal" Cloth-eez covers with the buttons on the front. You can use them the same way as the other diapers. Just snap the bottom and top row and you're good to go! They aren't as poofy as I was expecting - they look about the same size as the other Cloth-eez covers to me. BUT, they can fit much more diaper inside! A night diaper can fit underneath much more easily than the other covers, and you don't get the gap underneath the belly button with the absorbency layers poking out if there's too much diaper inside and the rise of the cover is too low, like I get with the other covers! I really like these!

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