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Size: Medium/Large, 13 to 36 Pounds
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I love the gDiapers with the cloth inserts.
After using the cloth gDiapers at the beach (instead of uncomfortable swim diapers), we were so happy we decided to switch to cloth diapers for daily use.
I highly recommend these diapers to anyone willing to spend a few extra minutes to do their part for the environment.
1 tbsp of water soaks through the top and straight through the back leaving my hand wet- not going to work for my baby.Published 16 days ago by A. Smith
These were really absorbent for newborn use! I would recommend them to anyone who is interested in cloth diapering. :)Published 22 days ago by Lady.BluaDonna
I wish these were around when my children were born. I have never used them, but daughters and everyone else who has them, loves them. Expensive, but worth it!!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by MsDeni
I saw some folks indicating that they were not absorbent enough...we had some issues at points (our daughter's been in them for 18 months now), but I went on to gDiapers website... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tricia
These have two different materials on each side. The baby side does not feel wet even when it is very wet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mel
I have used G-diapers since the day my daughter came home from the hospital and cannot recommend them enough if you are interested in cloth diapers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jckstraw789
-We use the small inserts as doublers in many of our other diaper systems such as bumgenius, Fuzzibunz, Flip Diapers, etc. Read more
The cloth inserts are not absorbent at all. I had no leaks with the disposable inserts but lots with these. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hugo Sakamoto
We had a 6 lb 10oz baby who got diaper rash from the newborn size which were too small. The small size worked better so the newborn size should be eliminated and more small size... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Patricia E. Heffernan