Machine washable. Stretchy and absorbent. Easy-lock snaps. Comes in a variety of colors and patterns. Will not leak. Can reuse as many times as you need.
Tends to run small, so you may want to order a size up.
Won't chafe your baby's legs or swell up with water. Slides on and off like pants. Snug fit. Stretchy enough to enable your child to move freely.
Will not hold urine as well as a reusable swim diaper.
Easily slides on and off. Fits well without pinching, chafing or leaking. Won't disintegrate in water. Doesn't swell up like a regular diaper.
Some have said these don't absorb urine as well as some of the other diapers available.
Available in many patterns. Adjustable design that can grow with your child. Snaps make them easy to put on and take off. Good value for the price.
Even on the largest size, it may be too small for large infants and toddlers.
We purchase every product we review with our own funds — we never accept anything from product manufacturers.
Constructed to prevents accidents in the pool, swim diapers are the ideal companion for your child during their potty training ventures. Unlike every day diapers, swim diapers are designed with a secure fit to keep stool from entering the swimming area. They are available in either reusable or disposable forms, both of which are tighter than regular diapers. Reusable diapers tend to be on the more expensive side, but are known to offer more secure protection than disposable swimwear given their built-in hook-and-loop straps. Because swim diapers aren’t designed to hold liquid waste, be sure to hold off on purchasing until your child has begun ingesting solid foods.
BestReviews wants to be better. Please take our 3-minute survey,
and give us feedback about your visit today.