New bigger sized goodnites coming Mar. 2021

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I got some at Walgreens in Albany, Oregon. I am 6'1" and weigh 215, with one of those Black rear-ends. They fit and are comfy, but I wouldn't use them (larger junk) and the rise is a bit low. But, I wanted to let everyone know someone of my size fits them. They'll probably go to Goodwill, lol. I just had to see if they would fit, and they do, and are comfy.
Im from Corvallis!!! Small world :p
 

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I went to Walmart yesterday (because I make bad decisions) and I honestly figured they would have the new xl, sadly they did not but they did have a full stock of the old L/XL in packs and cases for both girls and boys. That's the first I have seen them in stock in a good while. The rest of their diaper section looked like it had been raided by the diaper mob but the pull up/goodnites and the knock offs of each were fully stocked. Baffled the crap out of me!
 

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I went to Walmart yesterday (because I make bad decisions) and I honestly figured they would have the new xl, sadly they did not but they did have a full stock of the old L/XL in packs and cases for both girls and boys. That's the first I have seen them in stock in a good while. The rest of their diaper section looked like it had been raided by the diaper mob but the pull up/goodnites and the knock offs of each were fully stocked. Baffled the crap out of me!
I think walgreens has the xl Goodnites
 

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A XXL Goodnites designed for young adults doesn't jive too well with me.
Well, lemme ask you this. What if they had an offshoot, sister brand (and not those shit Depends) under a different name/branding, but made by Goodnites? "New Kimberly-Clark Sleep Shorts*, made for young and smaller adults, now for sale at a grocery store near you! *Made by Goodnites)
 

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Well, lemme ask you this. What if they had an offshoot, sister brand (and not those shit Depends) under a different name/branding, but made by Goodnites? "New Kimberly-Clark Sleep Shorts*, made for young and smaller adults, now for sale at a grocery store near you! *Made by Goodnites)
Maybe so, if there was a legitimate reasoning for a product for young adults. But Sorry, I'm not going to say Yes, just to please the ABDL crowd.
 
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I'm kind of surprised that kimberly clark hasn't made an adult pull on that matches the design of goodnites and by design I mean the basics layout/ rise of regular underwear and the full length front to rear padding. That granny panty ultra high waisted and can double as a bra design of depends is based on 70's or 80's technology and machinery and in 2021 is very outdated. With the technology available today it probably wouldn't be difficult to make an adult pull up that has a more underwear like fit and feel but has the amenities of goodnites like full length padding and decent leak guards. Depend real fit is very close and with the previously mentioned amenities of goodnites added to them could probably be an actual decent adult pull up and I'd venture a guess it would probably sell pretty dang well. As someone who is incontinent if a pull up like that actually existed I'd buy it and use it regularly.
 

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My walgreens Has 1 XL Girls in Stock. Should I Buy or Wait?
I say buy it only if you know the other stores have old Goodnites also. I try not to buy if it means someone who actually needs them may go without them. I think some Walgreens are only getting 1 pack of each variety at a time for some reason because my Walgreens had one of each while before they had plenty of ones that were a year old on the shelf.
 

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I say buy it only if you know the other stores have old Goodnites also. I try not to buy if it means someone who actually needs them may go without them. I think some Walgreens are only getting 1 pack of each variety at a time for some reason because my Walgreens had one of each while before they had plenty of ones that were a year old on the shelf.
I'll probably wait until CVS gets some or Walgreens stocks up, but CVS seems to never have Goodnites (My Local One for Some Reason), Albertsons has only the Ls and Target is too far.
 

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walgreens is it, there are no plans at the moment to have them in all major stores. Our store just did a diaper rework this week, we added the Large but not the extra large. (Harris Teeter/Food Lion.
 

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So, a little update. I was at Wegmans again today, and it seems they have the XL for boys but not for girls. I planned on getting some more XL but got the L/XL on clearance since you can't beat half price!
 

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So can you get these in any other local stores besides Walgreens right now? I had the sample come in the other day and I love the new XL.
 

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The new Goodnites are technically XL/XXL. The new XL size runs from14-20. Size 20 is the largest size of boys' clothing and considered XXL. It's taken KC a long time to exclusively produce XL's again, so I believe this is the largest they will go in the Goodnites line.

I wore the original XL's when they were introduced in 1999. I was not thrilled when they merged the L/XL size in the early 00's. I'm happy that there is now a new XL size up to 140 lbs., but I will miss the space prints on the now L size.
 
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