Whoa cool! So it'd be like the diaper equivalent of thong? . . . without all the butt-flossiness of a thong, I mean!
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Healthy Baby - Products the outer cover is made out of a corn based material that is very smooth and feels just like the plastic backed Luvs of the late 90's/early 2000's. The diapers are white with a green leaf pattern printed across the entire diaper and the packaging looks almost the same as the Nature Babycare Eco-Friendly Diapers that they sell at Target. I think the lady who invented them had a part in both brands coming to market but don' be fooled by the package because the one's in Target are NOT plastic backed. I used to buy these before I discovered that adult diapers were still plastic backed and they are much cheaper now than when I bought them last (about 2 years ago.) They used to be $59.99 for a case of 120 extra large but now they are only $44.99 with free shipping. Check them out and tell me what you think, the guy that runs the business is really nice, his name is Nikolai Sivertstol.
I have some of those... They are also thicker than regular baby diapers. They don't fit me. (tabs don't stretch) but they do make good stuffers.
there is a company by the name of bentley mfg. that still makes a plastic backed baby diaper. they are found at most 99 cent stores. they are sold three to a pack.
I have seen them up to a x-large. they remind me of pampers from late 90's.