Cloth Diaper Review: Smartipants Reusable Cloth Diapers

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Smartipants Reusable Cloth DiapersDuring Cloth Leaves Nothing Behind I have had the opportunity to try many cloth diaper brands that are new to me and our diaper stash. I have discovered some new diapers that I love including the one I get to share with you today! Smartipants was created because one mommy of four was constantly looking for an economical, yet easy to use cloth diapering system. She wanted diapers that were convenient, easy to care for and comfortable.

Smartipants Reusable DiapersSmartipants is committed to making cloth diapering easy and affordable. They are dedicated to being 100% green, environmentally friendly, and economical. All Smartipants diapers are made by mothers in the United States! As if that wasn’t enough, I would like to add that they are also making cloth diapering even more fun by offering great colors too! You know me and certain colors.

In this case, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to review the Smartipants one size diaper in Jet Black. It was a tough decision because they also offer Fire Engine Red and Hot Chocolate and I love red and brown diapers. The Smartipants color choices include bright, primary colors and the lighter pastels for those who prefer a less vibrant diaper. You can see rainbow of colors available on the Smartipants website.

SmartipantsThe Smartipants cloth diaper is a one size, pocket diaper that features the Smartipants patented Smart Sleeve design. I like the sleeve pocket because it makes it very easy to remove the insert and the insert can also agitate out on its own in the wash. The Smartipants reusable diaper also includes their Leak-Guard Technology which keeps moisture contained and keeps your baby dry.

Smartipants Cloth DiapersI like the generous number of snaps on this diaper because it helps me to get a good fit on my chunky little guy. It also features crossover snaps for those skinny babies. We are currently using the diaper on the largest rise setting and I was very pleased with the rise. It wasn’t too low so I know that we have room to grow! This is so important to me since W is always off the charts when it comes to length. The gentle elastic gives a nice, snug fit to protect from blowouts but hasn’t left any red marks on his skin. That is the sign of good elastic in my opinion! We also get a good fit around the waist and back. With the Smartipants diaper we do not have any gaping in the back when W is doing the army crawl across the living room or the rolling pin move across the kitchen floor!

Smartipants Reusable Cloth Diapers
I am glad that we discovered this diaper. It has worked well for us and we have been needing more diapers with snaps. Although they can be even more challenging to put on a baby who is constantly moving, they stay on him which is even more important! If you’re looking for a new one size, pocket diaper with snaps, I would suggest you try Smartipants. They also offer Newborn diaper packs, diaper covers, and wetbags for all of your cloth diapering needs!

To learn even more about Smartipants, please visit their website or blog. You can also get connected with them on Twitter and Facebook!

Formula Mom Disclosure: I received a free product for review purposes. However, all opinions and experiences are 100% my own.

Comments

  1. Amanda Boerst says

    Not sure if this just shows up for me but the tweet link says Rearz instead of Smartipants but with the Smartipants link. Just wanted to let you know :)

  2. Kari Meeker says

    I haven’t been entering every day for the parents.com vote b/c i think you can actually only do it once?? every time i go to the page it shows the button grey and my voting number… am i right? or do i get to enter every day for that one time i voted?

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