Soft fabric. Simple design. Enough adjustability for a flexible fit without all those bumpy rise snaps on the front. No rise snaps near baby's legs means increased comfort for baby - and for you holding baby, too. Wipe-clean interior.
Use this over a fitted diaper such as Workhorse or a fastened prefold or flat diaper. While it is possible to trifold under this, we don't recommend that. The shape is made for going over a fitted diaper style. It's not super-tight but instead is roomy enough inside for ease of fitting over the diaper without much tucking or snugging.
It's a different style for different reasons and different priorities. It is nice to have choices. Plenty of height in the front helps to keep pants dry without having to overly-tighten it. This is not a new design. We brought back an old design that we had 20 years ago. I really enjoyed this one on my now grown-up baby.
It's good over medium, large or XL Workhorse or small through large prefolds. It can be used over newborn and small Workhorse, but as with all one-size covers, it's a lot of cover on a very young baby. It will probably be too big on the legs of a very young baby and that is not ideal.
An economical cover made only in white to keep costs down. The fabric is so soft and the elastic is gentle and stretchy for baby's comfort. Down the road, after 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. Side by side with Thirsties, Thirsties will win the durability contest. 1 mil and 2 mil refers to the thickness of the waterproof TPU layer.
100% polyester with TPU laminate. CPSIA compliant. 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. Do not pull on warm elastics. Do not overdry. No bleach, no fabric softeners. If washing and drying with your cotton diapers, remove these covers from the dryer long before the diapers are dry.
15 pounds at small snap setting.
This is a slightly different version than the current one but it is the same pattern. This is the original version from 20 years ago to show it at full rise. Hoping for picture donations soon. Email yours to email@example.com . Thank you!