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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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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.
The lace on the sides of the crotch area is so annoying. It rubbed against the inside of my legs and I could feel it even when I was just sitting down. Why is there lace there??
Also, I hand washed the underwear with Woolite like I do my Thinx. Plain as day, I could see red on the crotch area of both of the black panties. So I put a little stain treatment on them and washed them in the washing machine. Red is still there. Yeah, not quite sure what's going on with that... Luckily the panties are black and so I will still most likely use them on light days but it sucks that they were discolored after the first use.
5'1" and 115lbs
They do run quite small; I should be a medium per the size chart. However, I needed a large in the bikini.