I’m slowly but surely working my way through my pile of cloth training pants. It’s almost been a year of this, and I’m almost done. Sure I’m not totally dedicated to the project, and there are a few cloth training pants I have yet to try, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want to. It just means you need to buy more stuff from my affiliate links which I use in this post and others. If you don’t know, we’ve taken a pretty laid back casual approach to this potty training situation which results in potty training accidents, and the gradual transition with cloth pull-ups.
I use affiliate links in this post. This post is not sponsored, and I purchased the product out of my own Black Friday shopping list.
Today, we’re talking about the oh-so-luxurious Ecoposh OBV Cloth Training Pants from KangaCare. These silky soft training pants have been in my stash since Black Friday, and let’s take a gander at what I have to say about them. I’ve tried the KangaCare Lil Learnerz last summer and they were quickly a popular option in my stash, but I always wondered if the Ecoposh would trump?
Ecoposh OBV Cloth Training Pants
Guys, these are beautiful. They are so soft and luxurious. Sometimes I wonder if that intimidates me? What do I mean? I mean I rarely use the Ecoposh OBV Cloth Training Pants and I’m not sure. They fit great, and they do their job, but for some reason, they get stashed in my diaper bag and forgotten about. I don’t usually change diapers or underwear when out and about, so that might be why?
Available in three sizes (up to 40lbs), the Ecoposh Training Pant is a simple pull on cloth training pant. It is similar in concept to Thirsties Training Pants or Blueberry Trainers.
How does Ecoposh Training Pants Perform?
In the real world, I can’t figure out why I don’t use them. I’ve washed them plenty, but they still seem to be a little lacklustre on the absorbency. I’m not sure if two layers of bamboo/cotton are just not cutting it, or if the water bottle/cotton liner fails to adequately transfer moisture at the speed my toddler pees.
I know cloth training pants are to catch potty training accidents, but a solid cloth training pant will hold what you need it to hold.
Overall, the fit and comfort are amazing. I’m super impressed with how easy it is for my young toddler/preschooler to pull these on and off, and the general fit.
I don’t really like dealing with poops in training pants which is why I really prefer the Omaiki Day trainers with snaps, but, if I need to use something else I do prefer a trainer like this that is a bit of bulkier bigger fit. This seems to give poop more room when taking off the underwear, and less room to squeeze all the way down a side of the leg
Truthfully, I’m neither here or there are these. I don’t hate them, but I’m not sure if its love at first sight. They are only $15 in the United States and $20 at Canadian retailers making them on the cheaper side of things, but not entirely the most affordable option either (check out Nicki’s training pants, or a system like Best Bottom or Flip Training Pants).