Snap-EZ: AIO & Stuffable Training Pants Review & Giveaway

I love when a company carries a wide variety of choices so if you loved their diapers, you know you can also get their training pants and other products they carry!  I was recently given the opportunity to review the Snap-EZ AIO and Stuffable Training Pants.  I actually had just purchased the discontinued line of Training Pants to build up my stash and so I was really going to be able to see the difference between their old line and newly rolled out Training Pants first hand!

Snap-EZ products are made by WAHMs in the US and only use the highest quality materials: 

  • Polartec fleeces are the best in the industry and use one of the few that do the milling in the USA
  • Wooly Nylon Thread which is more stable
  • Lastin Elastic which is harder to sew but gentler on baby

Below is a helpful chart from Snap-EZ comparing their diapers and training pants:

Product Waterproof Outer Stay Dry Inner Sewn In Soaker Opening for Inserts Recommended for Heavy Wetters or Overnight?
Pocket Diapers Yes Yes No Yes Yes**
AIO Training Pants Yes No Yes No No
Natural Training Pants No No Yes No No
Stuffable Training Pants Yes Yes No Yes Yes**

**Especially with a Snap-EZ Hemp/Cotton Fleece Folding Insert








Things to love about the Stuffable Training Pant:

  • I can use my current stock of cloth diaper inserts for the stuffable training pant
  • It can be stuffed with more than 1 insert for night time coverage
  • Can be stuffed with more than 1 insert when you're first starting the potty training journey
  • The pocket for inserts is easy for stuffing and is a large space so I don't worry about my hand getting stuck
  • Soft, stay-dry microfleece inner
  • Soft and very stretchy elastic for the waist and thighs
  • Side snaps make clean up easy if there are major accidents

Things to love about the AIO Training Pant: 

  • Absorbent sewn-in soaker
  • No stuffing needed
  • No removing inserts before throwing in the wash
  • Just snap and go!
  • Absorbent, feel-wet cotton Velour inside
  • Soft and very stretchy elastic for the waist and thighs
  • Side snaps make clean up easy if there are major accidents

I use the Stuffable in the mornings when I know Kiggster will have her biggest pee just in case we don't make it to the potty in time or she decides not to tell me.  However, during the rest of the day if we are home, I use the AIOs more often because I am so lazy with the stuffing.  I have not tried to use the training pants for nighttimes yet since we are not at that stage in our potty training journey.  I got the Medium size in their current line of Training Pants, both Stuffable and AIO and in their discontinued line, I got the 1T, which is the equivalent to Medium but I don't believe they carry that size any longer.  The Medium/1T fits well on Kiggster, both in the thigh area and waist.  It rises to just below her belly button, which is nice.  Since the elastic on the training pants are not waterproof, when the training pant gets wet, it is a little harder to just pull down, however, that's where the side snaps come in-makes it much easier to remove!

Below are pictures of Kiggster wearing the Stuffable Training Pant but keep in mind I used a large insert (not one from Snap-EZ) and the insert used is thicker and longer than the AIO sewn-in insert so it looks  a bit bulkier:

So do you want a chance to win one for yourself?!  Snap-EZ has generously offered 1 winner the chance to win an AIO Training Pant in the winner's choice of color and size! The giveaway will be going live on Saturday, September 1st and will end on September 15th as part of the Fall Fluff Cloth Diapering Giveaway Hop prize package.  Can't wait for the giveaway?!  The Snap-EZ Training Pants can be purchased on their website here.  The Stuffable Training Pants can be purchased for $18.00 and comes in Medium and Large in children sizes or $20 in Youth Small and Medium.  The AIO Training Pants can be purchased for $22 and comes in Medium and Large in children sizes or $24 in Youth Small and Medium.  They also have Snap Extenders to help grow with your child, making the training pant one size larger! Along with training pants, I love that Snap-EZ has a line of diapers, which I found too late but if and when we have another baby, I will be sure to try out their line of diapers too.  They also have cloth wipes, wet bags, and more!  All their products come in a wide assortment of colors so you can get boy, girl, and gender neutral colors!

Don't forget to come back and enter the Fall Fluff Giveaway Hop and win some amazing prizes!

Kangaroo Mama was provided product for free from the sponsor company for review but the opinions stated in this posting are completely my own honest opinion and not influenced by the sponsor company. Fulfillment and shipping of the prize is the responsibility of the sponsor company and not Kangaroo Mama.



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  1. heather mulwane says:

    didnt know that they are all handmade, thought that was pretty neat, if I won one I would love the frost blue color

  2. I like the light green (celery) color best!

  3. Danielle Mitchell says:

     I like the Cotton Candy Pink- too cute!

  4. I like the celery color, since it is gender neutral!

  5. I would choose lavender if I won.

  6. This one also said it would go live yesterday 🙁

  7. How do these compare to Super Undies?

    • Hi Jocelyn, Thanks so much for visiting! I only have experience with the Super Undies pull-on so that’s what I’ll compare for you. The Snap-EZ AIO and Stuffable Training Pants have snaps on the sides so it is convenient to use and especially when they are wet and it’s hard to easily pull them down. The Super Undies Pull On has a half pocket for adding extra inserts but only the Snap-EZ Stuffable has that option. Both Super Undies and Snap-EZ have waterproof exterior but feel wet elastic on the waist band and thigh areas. I find that both are just as trim and comparable in absorbency. Hope that helps, let me know if there was anything else specific you were hoping to find out about either.

  8. I love that you can stuff these for a heavy wetter or what not. This would be great for nighttime potty training

  9. Great review and info! I am just getting into cloth diapering and need all the help I can get!

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