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- ABSORBENT PROTECTION EvaWear reusable underwear is great for women and girls during their menstrual cycle, or for light incontinence and postpartum recovery. Prevents leakage, so you don't have to worry about embarrassing accidents.
- CAREFREE COMFORT AND STYLE Made from nylon, cotton and spandex, this tagless, leakproof panty is extremely soft and comfortable to wear and allow you to get the best in protection with no worries.
- TOP PERFORMANCE MATERIAL This breathable panty is made of a moisture-wicking, highly-absorbent fabric and is hypoallergenic, so you can stay cool and dry, no matter where you are in your cycle.
- INTENDED FOR USE WITH OR WITHOUT TAMPONS OR PADS Absorbs fluid and wicks away from body. Also can be used as backup with a menstrual cup, tampon or pad.
- MACHINE WASHABLE Our panties are machine washable for your convenience, without losing their best effectiveness.
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EvaWear Menstrual Period Panties provide you with stylish protection when you need it most. They are super absorbent, breathable, moisture-wicking, hypoallergenic, stretchy and tagless. Available in multiple colors and sizes. See bullets and images for more information.
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- ASIN: B01NCAGJQU
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 20, 2016
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I feel compelled to add some info here as a significant amount of time has passed and I have new findings to report. As my thinx have become kind of gross in this time period, with compression wicking issues (leaking at legs), and a gross crunchy sound as they are worn (if you’ve ever used cloth diapers you will understand. These are issues you get when certain synthetic fabrics get older), these evawear have held up great.
I still don’t trust them for the heavy days, but I simply wear a reusable pad on the first 2x days now as a solution. I think this is much better than buying an expensive product that starts breaking down at around the 6 month mark. If I could have kept them for at least a year I may have reconsidered, but at 6mos I feel like it’s not too cool. I buy these to avoid filling landfills.
I laundered both using the same methods, in the same loads, roughly the same number of times, (the thinx were laundered 1-2 times more, as I bought them first.)
Although I don’t think evawear is a perfect solution, because of the durability and price point, they are the ones I will be recommending from now on! Will update as I try other period panty brands, if I find something worth reporting!
Awesome for what these are, and that they are about half the cost of Thinx. There are some differences though.
Fit: True to size (unlike some Asian brands that run small to US sizing), styled like fashion undies unlike the fuller cut of Thinx brand.
Price point: At time of purchase these were 2 @ $30, as I said half the cost of Thinx, but they are not the same quality.
Composition: These evawear panties are synthetic with a long, open "pocket" type layer in the center/crotch that is lined in a thin PUL
Performance compared: The evawear are a little hotter than Thinx, I believe because of the PUL layer (I think that Thinx have a proprietary waterproofing material in theirs, whatever the case, they are not hot in the crotch like these), evawear also have no absorbing material so I would not wear these on my beginning period days like I can with the higher absorbing, wider designed crotch Thinx, but they were just fine for the last two days (think: pantyliner days, after having kids I have a pretty sparse flow compared to average). I'm not sure if I would try stuffing the crotch with absorbing material; really I think it's open more for ease of manufacturing. I feel like the crotch is a little too narrow to stuff without making a mess. These are basically designed as a fashion type synthetic blend panty with an extra layer of the thin material & PUL in the crotch, while Thinx have additional thin layers of absorbing material. Imo, the description is not clear, I think that period panties is a stretch without "backup" or similar verbiage added in there- I personally would be afraid to try these on any days that are beyond the lightest because of lack of an absorbent layer!
All things considered, I would recommend these for what they are, a good pantyliner or tampon backup. For the price I am glad to add these to my lineup, because the $30 Thinx are a bit costly to use for all of my cycle and ovulation days but I will keep on using Thinx for my heavy days since they work so well. But the price is right for these, even with their minor shortcomings they are well worth 2/$30 (but I don't think I would pay more than this) and it's nice that they're cut like a regular panty for the lighter days. I will be buying more.
*eta* on further inspection I see that there *is* a very thin, hidden layer of material in crotch, possibly the "absorbent, wicking" layer? They're still too thin for me to be comfortable using on anything but my lightest days, but if I have a chance to try them at their claim (a moderate day that I can also stay home, just in case!) I will update.
First of all, I did mark this as "Fit as expected". I normally order things in XL (USA) but took a chance on the largest size that was offered at the time of my order, which was a large.
For the most part, I'd have to say that they fit fine since I have flat hips. The waist fit comfortably as did the leg holes, but if I bend over one too many times, the back side will start to slide down and I would eventually feel like my crack was exposed or that I needed to pull it up. Sometimes, even my regular panties and pants do this so I didn't think anything of it.
I wear a size 14-16 pants. 14 is too small and 16 is too large. The large Anigan "Hipster" panties still fit and worked fine, but an XLarge would be more comfortable for me.
I really think it depends on your body shape as to how these will fit you. If you have a larger booty or nice full hips, unlike me, then you might want to order a size up. I see that they will have an XLarge in April (2017). I'll definitely be back for a set of those!
Since Thinx are the big brand name these days, I will compare them to the single "Hiphugger" style that I have.
They seem to be made of the same materials:
Body - Nylon and Spandex (or Elastane. According to Google they're the same thing but the word "Spandex" is more commonly used only in USA)
Middle - PUL, Cotton and Spandex (Elastane)
Inner - Cotton and Spandex (Elastane)
The outside of my Thinx panties are silky, while the outside of my Anigan panties are like tights (leggings) fabric.
The Anigan panties stretch better in the hip areas. PUL fabric itself is not a very stretchy fabric. The areas that are lined for absorbency and coverage do not stretch as much as the areas that are NOT lined.
I personally find the hip areas more breathable on the Anigan panties and they seem to dry faster (air dry).
The absorbency/coverage on the Anigan panties are completely to the waist band front AND back. It also flares out a bit to cover a larger section on the bum.
My Thinx panties only covers the crotch area. Again, I only have the single pair so I'm not sure how the coverage is on their other styles. If you're a front or back bleeder, this doesn't "catch em' all".
I poured 15ml (1/2 oz.) water on them (I know water will act different than blood) to see if liquid would get absorbed quickly or sit on the fabric. See video if you're interested.
I haven't used the Anigan panties on their own yet. I've only used them as back up and I'm glad that I did because my menstrual cup leaked this week :( A few times. I only had the Anigan panties on for one of those times, but I'm glad I did because I would have had to strip my bedding.
Overall, I think these are a good buy. If you have a light to moderate flow, you could probably use these without any problems. I'll probably use them for stress incontinence issues when they offer an xlarge size. For now, the large will do. I WISH that I had some of these when I was in school. I've suggested them to my sister for her young daughters!
I wore just these during my entire last period with no problems.
I do not have a super heavy period but I would say it is average.
I will definitely be buying more of these panties.
I bought the Small Hipster.
As far as function, I wore these (without pad, tampon, cup) on lighter days at the end of my cycle and they worked as well as my Thinx underwear. I might get the pair of smalls eventually too, it's always nice to have many to cycle through.