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Product Information

Size: Large
Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 7 x 2.5 inches
UPC187006000408 187006000149 187006000026
Item model number014
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #104,540 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds
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Size: Large

Product Description

Start up or stock up with gDiapers signature colors for playtime, naptime and snuggle time. The 2-pack is a great way to keep several pairs of gPants on hand for all life’s little occasions. Use little gPants with gRefills or gCloth. Flush wash or toss with the gDiapers landfill-free diaper system. Available in S, M, L. gDiapers little gPants are designed for use with absorbent, biodegradable gRefills or cloth inserts. gDiapers little gPants + biodegradable gRefill or cloth inserts = one cute bum. Finally, the best of cloth and disposable in one diaper. The gDiapers system consists of cotton, washable little gPants, and absorbent refills. Use with either 100% biodegradable gRefills, or washable cloth inserts. Sold separately. Size small fit babies 8 – 14 lbs, medium 13 -28 lbs, large 26-36 lbs. Made of breathable material, just like sports clothing: 92% cotton, 8% spandex. Each little gPant comes with one snap-in liner made of highly breathable, waterproof material for less washing, and faster and easier changes. Because they’re breathable, your baby is far less likely to get diaper rash. Easy fit is snug and soft. Your little bug will love the stretch around the waist and legs. Soft velcro tabs close around the back away from little hands for a great fit without the bulk. Little gPants come in loads of fab colors. Collect them all. 50 million disposable diapers enter the landfill every day. Each one takes up to 500 years to break down. gDiapers biodegradable refills are plastic-free so you can flush or compost (50-150 days) in your garden. No landfill necessary. No elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no latex and no guilt.


A baby in disposable diapers puts an average of 6,000 diapers into the landfills by the time he or she is potty trained -- and those plastic-based diapers take about 500 years to decompose. What's an environmentally conscious parent to do? With gDiapers, you can have the convenience of disposable diapers and avoid doing damage to the planet. In fact, gDiapers even help the environment. Get started with this gDiapers Starter Kit which can be used on babies or toddler 26 to 36 pounds in weight.

gDiapers offer:
  • Flushable, decomposable diapers that offer an alternative to traditional disposables
  • Breathable, non-plastic diapering system that keeps baby's skin healthier
  • Starter Kit that contains everything you need to begin using gDiapers
Flushable, Decomposable Diapers
The gDiaper consists of a machine-washable, reusable cotton "little g pant" and a snap-in, reusable waterproof liner, which contains the diaper refill. These refills are decomposable. Containing no plastic products, they're made from sustainably farmed wood fluff pulp, sodium polyacrylate (SAP), which provides absorbency, and cellulose rayon. And they can be flushed down the toilet, which has a couple of wonderful benefits. First, it eliminates the need to keep smelly diapers around in a diaper pail. Second, it keeps unnecessary waste out of the landfills. And finally, the entire contents of the diaper gets processed by sewage treatment plants, which return treated, completely sanitized solids to be converted into valuable fertilizer. It's recycling at its best!

If you're unable to flush the liners, they can still be thrown in the trash without guilt, since they will decompose in 50 to 150 days -- a much better turnaround than their plastic counterparts. And, if you're a gardener, you can simply throw the wet liners in your compost bin. (Note: for sanitary reasons, never put poopy diapers in the compost.)

As Easy As Traditional Disposables -- but Healthier
The "little g pant" itself sports an adorable style and trim silhouette, and it's available in several cool colors. With easy-to-use rear Velcro closures, the little g pant is just as easy to put on a baby as traditional disposable diapers -- no pins to deal with here. Plus, its breathable qualities help keep baby's skin healthier by minimizing diaper rash.

Get Started!
Everything you need to get started is included in the handy Starter Kit: two little g pants in trendy "Great Orange" and "Vanilla Bean" colors, suitable for boys or girls, each with two snap-in liners; 10 flushable diaper refills; a "swishstick" to aid with flushing; and a Handy User's Guide (H.U.G). The "Large" Starter Kit is for children 26 to 36 pounds in weight; small and medium sizes are available for babies and smaller children, so you can start with gDiapers in any stage of your child's pre-potty-training life.

Starter kits come in three sizes:
Tips for Successful gDiaper Use
Some plumbing systems may have problems with the flushable liners, including systems with tree-infested pipes; non-standard plumbing systems, including grinders or house traps; and septic tanks, which require close monitoring to make sure the outflow is clear. It is recommended that only poopy diapers be put into septic systems, and wet ones be composted.

But even if your plumbing system won't accept the gDiaper flushables, you can always simply throw them in the trash where they'll quickly decompose, making a much more alternative to traditional disposable diapers.

Stock up on flushable diaper refills:
What's in the Box
Two pairs of large-sized ?little g' pants (Great Orange and Genuine Vanilla Bean), 10 flushable diaper refills, swishstick, and Handy User's Guide (H.U.G.).

Customer Reviews

These are way less bulky than the cloth diapers we were using.
E. Murphy
I use flushables while out, and at daycare, flushing them when convenient, or disposing of them in the trash when the situation dictates.
We switched from regular disposable diapers to gdiapers a few months ago and we love them.
Melissa Bryant

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Jenny on July 16, 2008
Size Name: Large
Unlike some folks reviewing "green products" - I'm not going to go on about how I'm saving the earth. While a great side benefit - it's not my main objective. I'm more concerned with my son's room NOT smelling like an open sewer. I gave them 4 stars because they achieve my goal - reduce the smell - but they're not the perfect solution. While it may sound like I'm griping - I'm not - I just want folks considering this solution to have ALL the facts - and not just glossed over reviews espousing the benefits to Mother Earth.

- I can walk into my son's room without gagging at the smell
- My garbage can doesn't fill up as fast (nor does it smell as bad)
- The diaper covers are cute

- The refills are about 2x more expensive than disposable diapers
- The amount of contact required to flush the inserts - I don't care what anyone says, it's not "easy". You have to peel down both sides (usually holding the end that is not soaked with #1 or #2) then try to get the middle part to drop in the toilet. With simple #1 diapers, this is bearable but not easy b/c the soaked part tends to not want to fall out as easily; when you add in #2... not so fun. The instructions direct you to get the entire middle part out first, then break it up, then toss in the top. While this is nice in theory - doesn't always work as easily in practice.
- If your toilets are "Green" and you reduce the water usage - you may need to change this. One bathroom is pretty much for the kid so the only toilet use is his diapers - I've had to adjust the toilet so we get a nice full bowl of water to allow the diapers to break up and minimize risk of a clog in my ~100 year old pipes.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By E. Murphy on July 14, 2008
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
You can get the straight poop here, [...] I've been using cloth diapers for three years, since my first kid. He is about to be potty trained (we hope) but we've started using gDiapers on our second kid.

So here's the short story. Cover + liner + insert. The cover is nice and soft with the velcro tabs in the back so hopefully the little one doesn't figure out how to open them. The liner is a snap in plastic-y sort of deal that keeps the moisture inside. The insert is the cotton pad that you take out when you change the diaper, and toss in the trash or flush down the toilet.

Some benefits:
* No more diaper pail. That alone does it for me. You flush the insert, easy peasy. MOST of the time the liner stays clean so you just leave it alone. Occasionally you get a little poop on it which can be wiped off or you can wash the liner. They give you a spare for each cover in the kit.

* Smaller form factor. These are way less bulky than the cloth diapers we were using. I'd say they're a bit more bulky than a traditional disposable.

* You can toss wet (not poopy) liners into a composter, if you have one.

* You can toss them in the trash. They contain no plastic and the company claims they will bio-degrade in 50-150 years... which seems like a lot, but really isn't compared to traditional disposables which bio-degrade... never.

* I like the velcro in the back. Our cloth diaper covers had the velcro in the front so we always had to make sure our daughter was wearing pants or shorts so she didn't get into them. Now, on hot days, she can go with just the diaper.

* If you're flushing the insert, poop is going where it's supposed to. Most people don't realize that poop isn't supposed to go in the trash.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Bund on July 15, 2008
Size Name: Large
I have been using these for about a year since my little girl was one and have loved them ever since. I can't flush the liners because of our plumbing issues, but feel good about throwing them away. I love the covers!! She cannot take them off since it closes in the back. Love everything about it and the fact that they are better for the earth! I wish that they would have these when my first was born. Give them a try!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By popa25 on March 20, 2012
Size Name: Large
I have read a lot of positive and negative reviews on the gdiaper and was a little hesitant to try it. I found far more positive reviews on the Flip system... so that is what I tried first. I thought the flips worked pretty well, but I have not been able to get the microfiber liner to not bunch. I am not in love with how wide they are in the crotch area, but from the reviews I read they are one of the trimmest on the market. Well, I am still building my stash and decided to try the gdiapers...I am so glad I did! These fit my son so much better than the Flip and other brand I have tried. They are low on his waist, which I thought was going to be an issue since he is a heavy wetter, but so far not a single leak. My son also has tummy issues due to food sensitivities so his poos can be huge blowouts. I used the gdiaper overnight and he did have a huge poo, but it was all nicely contained within the insert and plastic pouch. I haven't tried the gdiaper inserts, I am using my flips and together they work very well. I am having a hard time finding the gdiaper disposable inserts so have been using my flips sposies also... no leaks at all. The worst that happens is a little mess on the plastic liner, but it is so easy to replace that and keep using the diaper cover. I also LOVE that these covers arre mostly cotton... just has plastic in the areas where its needed. I was concerned with the hard velcro also, but it doesnt seem to pose an issue to my son at all. He actually requests these diapers over his flips. Every kid is shaped differently and for my son who has a slim tummy but a little chunk on his thighs... these fit the best so far! Can't wait to buy a few more covers... I highly recommend trying these.
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