SuperUndies Training Pants Review & Giveaway

Can you believe we're talking about potty training Kiggster?  We started awhile back when she showed signs but now that she's approaching 2, we really want to stay consistent.  So that means surrounding ourselves with tools that make it easier to do so.  I was given the opportunity to review the Super Undies Pull-On Training Pants in Infrared Racer.

Super Undies sells Pull-On, Pocket and Nighttime Training Pants to fit every family's needs.  I had a hard time deciding which one to choose at first for my review because it seemed like there was a need for all three of them in one's potty training collection.  The Nighttime training pant would be needed for the big overnight jobs, but since Kiggster is still pretty young and I don't think I can get her to wake us up in the middle of the night to go potty, we decided not to go for that one just yet.  Then there's the Pocket training pant that have snaps on the sides to allow for easy snap on and snap off along with the ability to add extra inserts.  The Pull-On also allows for extra inserts but features a half pocket rather than a full pocket.  The body of the training pants (the parts that are colored and house the padding) is made of waterproof material.  The white parts of the training pant is stretchy and not made of waterproof material.  This was to help parents and the child get the "feel wet" sensation and not use the training pant as a diaper.  The padding/insert is made with layers of absorbent microfiber, however, the top of the diaper and insert is made with a material that is different from other diapers/training pants/inserts that I have had experience with.  It's topped with mesh material that is supposed to help with the fabric softener buildup, keeping the training pant absorbant.  I really like the mesh, it feels nice and soft, plus we haven't had any issues with the training pant smelling or staining. 

We like using our Super Undies at home (we still let Kiggster wear her cloth diapers when we're out) and she's getting the hang of pulling down her training pants on her own too.  It's been much easier teaching her to pull down the training pants than learning to undo the snaps on her diapers!  The Pull-On is really comfortable around her chunky little thighs and is not bulky at all compared to her cloth diapers.  

Super Undies put together some great videos to show you the differences between their diapers and that's how I was able to make my own decision.  You can find all their videos here and below is the video on the Pull-On training pant:

So you want to know how you can win a Super Undies Pull-On Training Pant for yourself?! Super Undies has generously offered a Kangaroo Mama fan a chance to win a Super Undies Pull-On Training Pant in their choice of color, worth up to $19.95!  The giveaway will be going live on July 30th and will end on August 10th as part of the Just For Baby Event Giveaway prize package.  Can't wait for the giveaway?  Super Undies training pants can be purchased directly from the Super Undies website.  The Pull-Ons cost $19.95 and there are seven colors to choose from. You can also purchase the Pocket Trainers for $19.95 or the Nighttime Training Pants for $29.95.  

Don't forget to come back and enter the Just For Baby Event Giveaway Hop and win some amazing prizes, over $50 worth!

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. How do they fit your kiddo vs. what the size chart says? We're new to cloth trainers for my 3 yr old and wondering if sizing up will mean the leg holes will gap too much and cause leaks (he has occasional accidents at night)? Awesome that they have 'Superman' colors without having anything emblazoned across it!

    • I got the size small for my litte one and she was 19 months old when they arrived and she is now 21 months. They fit nicely on her then and 2 months later. She kinda has chunky thighs and small everywhere else so I was afraid getting the small would fit her everywhere but be too tight for her thighs. But the elastic is really nice and stretchy and didn’t leave any marks plus fit her nicely all around!

  2. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the coral sea maiden! Perfect for my little girl!!

  3. Jocelyn says:

    We are loving our Super Undies! So far we have 1 pocket and 1 pull on pair. They both work equally well for going out and about and naps. For night time I have tried stuffing the front pocket  of the pull on with an insert folded in half. That still gets pretty wet for us. Last night I stuffed the pocket of the pocket trainer with a prefold folded in 4ths with a step up liner on top of it. That worked pretty well. At home we just wear undies or go free. But, it's the going out and the sleeping that made me look in to trainers. I don't want to spend a ton on pull ups. Since my daughter is not quite 2 i figure we'll be needing something for nights and car rides for a while.

  4. We have never used these but love the digger ones they are to cute

  5. Would love to try them!

  6. Jennifer says:

    I have thought about buying a pair of Super Undies for a while to see how they would work for my almost 4 year old who pees at night.  They look like they are well made and fit good.

  7. I've heard so much good stuff about Superundies! This would be perfect for potty training our boy when he gets around to it. He's only 8 months and loves to sit on the potty now, copying his 3 year old sister 😉
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  8. I feel a little crazy, but I too am actually considering potty training my almost 18 month old.  It feels a little weird because my 4 year old is still having accidents and still wears a pull up to bed.  I joke that I might get her trained before her brother because I'm surprised to see her seemingly noticing when she's wet already.  I don't think any of my kids showed signs this young, but then again she's also the first I've cloth diapered.  I'm starting to check out the training pant options in cloth diapers.  I am curious how accurate do you think the sizing is on these?  My daughter is a peanut (not even 20 pounds yet) so I worry that's going to be a problem with these training pants.  It has got to be better than using pull ups though.  Ugh, never ever again will I use pull ups.  I totally blame them for my problems with potty training my son.

    • Hi Monica, thanks so much for visiting! Totally not crazy, I started early with my daughter too and everyone else thought I was crazy. I’m grateful for every diaper I don’t have to dump/wash poop off of! I was afraid the training pant would be large on my daughter too since I started early on her but this one has fit pretty well. My daughter was barely 20 pounds when we first received Super Undies but then she is now at over 21. It fit her nicely even when we first received it, though she does have some lovable chunky thighs on her and it still fit nicely over them. I got her the size Small. I think the Small should fit your daughter too, the elastic around the thighs and waist stretch nicely as they grow. I think I will need to update my posting so I can be sure to include the size I received and the fit on her. Thanks Monica for the questions! Good luck with potty training your little one…and older one too! =P

  9. Immie is only 4 months but we'll definitely have to keep this in mind for the future. The fit looks comfy and trim.

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