Plastic pants - leg openings ripping

DiaperGuy08

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As I have mentioned previously, wearing plastic panties with my diapers is fairly standard for me. Growing up, my parents always forced me to wear plastic or rubber panties overtop my diapers for added protection. Now as an adult, I just feel like something is missing if I don't have a pair on. And I do like the added sense of security they bring. However, I have been noticing that the leg openings keep getting holes and ripping apart on several pairs of my plastic panties.

TBH, I do have quite large thighs as a result of some of my regular exercise routines. The issue I seem to experience is that with some pairs, my thighs will stretch the elastics on the leg openings to the point the seams rip just slightly and then small holes will appear. (This doesn't happen all the time thankfully.) When I have ordered larger sizes of plastic panties, the leg holes will fit much better, but then the waist size ends of being huge.

Has anyone else experienced this problem? Any possible solutions or recommendations to be offered? Thanks for your help!
 
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BuffedBaby

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I had the exact same problem for years. My quads were very big from bodybuilding and as a result I could buy plastic pants that fit well at the waist but were stretched to the limit at the leg openings. I found a company called Fetware and I was able to order custom sized plastic pants from them which solved the problem. Nowadays I'm almost exclusively in disposables so that's no longer a problem for me. Usually a Betterdry (fits me the best)
Megamax or Safari
 

DiaperGuy08

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I had the exact same problem for years. My quads were very big from bodybuilding and as a result I could buy plastic pants that fit well at the waist but were stretched to the limit at the leg openings. I found a company called Fetware and I was able to order custom sized plastic pants from them which solved the problem. Nowadays I'm almost exclusively in disposables so that's no longer a problem for me. Usually a Betterdry (fits me the best)
Megamax or Safari
Thanks for the feedback. It is nice to know that someone else can relate to this same problem. (The curse of wearing diapers and having large quads, I guess!) I will defintiely check out the Fetware site you mentioned. I wear BetterDry, Rearz, or ConfiDry 24/7 disposables too, but like the added security of the plastic pants. Thanks again for the info.
 

onecho

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I had the exact same problem for years. My quads were very big from bodybuilding and as a result I could buy plastic pants that fit well at the waist but were stretched to the limit at the leg openings. I found a company called Fetware and I was able to order custom sized plastic pants from them which solved the problem. Nowadays I'm almost exclusively in disposables so that's no longer a problem for me. Usually a Betterdry (fits me the best)
Megamax or Safari
I am so in this boat and thought I just had a messed up body. 😂 I wouldn’t say I’m ripped, but even after losing 40 pounds (now about 185), my thigh-to-waist ratio is still weird. I guess it’s better than the other way around, as at least our scenario helps prevent leaking. Still, I have a S/M waist when it comes to ordering AB stuff, but L/XL thighs.
 

BuffedBaby

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I am so in this boat and thought I just had a messed up body. 😂 I wouldn’t say I’m ripped, but even after losing 40 pounds (now about 185), my thigh-to-waist ratio is still weird. I guess it’s better than the other way around, as at least our scenario helps prevent leaking. Still, I have a S/M waist when it comes to ordering AB stuff, but L/XL thighs.
Contact Fetware, they will custom make (or have the vendor make) plastic pants to your measurements. I can't say enough about their customer service and their products. Top notch!
 

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Same problem for me: athletic legs and a tough time with plastic pants. I've lately turned to custom-fitted diaper covers, such as available from Monika at DependEco. In stock pants, like the Gary vinyl pull-ons, I have to shop first by leg size, then choose the smallest available waist size. And I'm still swimming in unwanted extra material.
 
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KaleidoscopeKitty

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I am so in this boat and thought I just had a messed up body. 😂 I wouldn’t say I’m ripped, but even after losing 40 pounds (now about 185), my thigh-to-waist ratio is still weird. I guess it’s better than the other way around, as at least our scenario helps prevent leaking. Still, I have a S/M waist when it comes to ordering AB stuff, but L/XL thighs.
I’m the same in that I have a small waist but large thighs. The only plastic pants that work for me are the kind which fasten at the front with poppers or Velcro rather than pull-up style.

I also find some disposables (Eg ABU Peekaboos & Little For Big) are hard to get fitting right as when I go for a size M they are tight around the thighs and get uncomfortable but if I go for a size L they are loose around the thighs and often leak. I think it’s worse with AB diapers than medical ones as they tend to have wide crotches. Very frustratimg!
 

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There are a number of vendors who will accommodate custom sizes.
Here are a few. Your size is best when it’s in the middle. For example, if you measure 26” thigh, that should be the middle point of the leg opening.
https://www.plastic-pants.com/
Just look for where it says custom.
 
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