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Thread: About kids pullups 4T-5T

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    Default About kids pullups 4T-5T

    To summarize what could be a very long story this is basically what happened.

    I had an amazing dream involving myself wearing kids pullups and now I am quite tempted to try them.


    I was wondering how they tend to fit for the 4T-5T sizes and what kind of prints they have on each particular kind.

    I don't expect them to be able to take a wetting, I want these more for ageplay.

    Any advice on what kind to look for? Or should I avoid these because there is no chance they will fit? (I'm a normal weight with a 32ish waist, I haven't actually measured this in a while)

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    I think the designs are Toy Story and Disney Princesses right now. They are pretty stretchy so you should be able to get them on and they should hold for a little while before splitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterPython View Post
    I think the designs are Toy Story and Disney Princesses right now. They are pretty stretchy so you should be able to get them on and they should hold for a little while before splitting.
    Is there a recommended brand that I should be getting? I find it hard to believe that only easy-ups could be on the market.


    Thanks, btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwis View Post
    Is there a recommended brand that I should be getting? I find it hard to believe that only easy-ups could be on the market.


    Thanks, btw
    Well, Pampers Easy-ups and Huggies Pull-ups are the 2 main training pant brands. They are most likely better than store brand ones.

    Easy ups- Pros: Fairly absorbent (2 wettings if you go slow, 1 if you flood but may leak a little) , Very comfy.
    Cons: On a 32'' waist, the sides will fit you barely and will tear very very easily.

    Pull-ups - Pros: Cute, Will only hold about 1 wetting but hey, they are for training, Re-sealable sides, wetness indicator and 3 different types (Normal, Cool alert and Night Time), will stretch to fit a 32'' waist relatively comfortably
    Cons: If you flood they will almost definitely leak, not as absorbent as Easy ups.

    In my opinion, the Huggies are better if your going to age play a toddler and don't expect them to hold a wetting, there more likely to fit you as well.

    Hope this helps. ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyatto View Post
    Well, Pampers Easy-ups and Huggies Pull-ups are the 2 main training pant brands. They are most likely better than store brand ones.

    Easy ups- Pros: Fairly absorbent (2 wettings if you go slow, 1 if you flood but may leak a little) , Very comfy.
    Cons: On a 32'' waist, the sides will fit you barely and will tear very very easily.

    Pull-ups - Pros: Cute, Will only hold about 1 wetting but hey, they are for training, Re-sealable sides, wetness indicator and 3 different types (Normal, Cool alert and Night Time), will stretch to fit a 32'' waist relatively comfortably
    Cons: If you flood they will almost definitely leak, not as absorbent as Easy ups.

    In my opinion, the Huggies are better if your going to age play a toddler and don't expect them to hold a wetting, there more likely to fit you as well.

    Hope this helps. ^^
    Yea this is just what i was looking for, Thanks a lot =)

    I'm gonna need some way to amuse myself later this week since all my diapers are locked in my dorm until next week.

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    I'll add a vote for the huggies pullups. They are quite stretchy, and the cool alert is especially nifty (if you can hit it just right), and will absorb between 8 and 10 ounces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powderhair View Post
    I'll add a vote for the huggies pullups. They are quite stretchy, and the cool alert is especially nifty (if you can hit it just right), and will absorb between 8 and 10 ounces.
    I was told the cool alert had potential to cause chemical burns. Did you ever hear about this or?...

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    I don't know about the cool alert, but I have worn the Huggies pullups and they have fit me, sort of. I have a 32 inch waist, so you should be all right.

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    I have a 29" waist and wear Huggies Pull-Ups all the time.

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    I have a 26 inch waist and i can fit in them easily. So i think you can to.

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