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    I finally got some plastic pants and fit almost perfectly on the legs and waste but i would have to wear a matress to fill them. Any advice on gettinf a tighter fit.

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    If you've got large legs, you're kind of screwed. I have a 38" waist and 27" legs. I have to order XL pants just to get something that fits my legs, and then, like you, I could probably fit a mattress in there! After trying out a number of different pants, I've more or less come to terms with the fact that I'll have to get something custom made if I want a trim fit.

    D'oh!

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    They could be high-waist plastic pants, in which case they go higher up your body then regular ones do.

    If you think that's the case you could just pull the waist-band thingo up higher above your waist, then it should fit pretty perfectly

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    The new PUL pants are a lot smaller. They're almost too small, but I was able to fit my cloth diaper inside them. They're very comfortable and work well, in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    The new PUL pants are a lot smaller. They're almost too small, but I was able to fit my cloth diaper inside them. They're very comfortable and work well, in my opinion.
    Which ones? These? Hmmm...

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    Roomier the better, I think. So long as the legs and waist fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFD View Post
    Roomier the better, I think. So long as the legs and waist fit.
    I agree Those are the only crucial points. The plastic pants i have on now is high waisted and SO ROOMY for my current diaper, though my cloth fills the entire space fine. (made for cloth though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    Which ones? These? Hmmm...
    They had them advertised in two styles, and I ordered the other style. I believe the style I ordered are bigger than the ones shown, though they are the regular size. PUL feels different, like it's a polyester with plastic infused into it.

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    You might consider wearing a small good fitting plastic pants over the top of your giant one. You may get more protection and these can work as an extra linerl

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