“Got these as a trial when clothing. Like the size but not too happy about absorbancy especially as they grow. Materials and durability are great just need to work a little on absorbancy.” --amadorev
“ These diapers are organic and WAHM-made, so I was excited to try them out. We had version 1.0 until my son outgrew them, and they were fine diapers. I have to say, however, that the new 2.0s are much improved. The 2.0s added elastic to the back, which improved the fit for us quite a bit (no more plumber's crack!). In addition, they streamlined the aplix closure on the front to...” --To-Fu
We are excited to have a gorgeous print by internationally recognized designer of fabrics, Amy Butler. This stunning print will make the most hard-core disposable diaper user want to switch over to the other side! Non-Waterproof Style EcaPants have a 100% cotton woven outer. These are designer prints on high quality fabric. A soft 100% cotton inner layer stays damp when a wetting occurs to help...
“ After washing these 2x to prep the prefold-like birdseye material I noticed that one of the soakers had stitching that had come loose. After drying, the internal soaker was only attached halfway to the inside of the diaper. Also, 3 of the dozen wipes I bought had 1/4 inch long areas where there was no stitching after washing. 10 out of 12 of the wipes (flannel and terry) had 3-4...” --Sundygrl
“ When I first saw EcaPants and my son was tiny, I thought, "What a silly product. A cloth diaper with just an added belt to attach it." Boy, was I off the mark. We EC'd with cloth diaper backup from birth, and it got really tiresome laying the baby down, getting the same (still clean) diaper re-positioned, and fastening it back on him. By the time DS was standing on his own, I was...” --kaylee18