Jade sent me the Krunchy Kulture cover a few months ago and I have been absolutely smitten to have this product in my stash and use in my teachings. But today we are going to take a quick moment to go over some of the great features of this diaper cover, and give it the glory it deserves.
About Krunchy Kulture
Jade is the owner of Krunchy Kulture and incredible leader and business owner in the cloth diaper community. She launched a brand of comfortable diapers with Black representation because children deserve to see themselves everywhere, and anywhere.
One of her first designs was I’m rooting for everybody black. I had the pleasure of capturing her story for the Cloth Diaper Podcast in a previous year, and continue to watch her grow her business and recognition within our industry.
You can also shop her store for custom dyed flats. These are absolutely beautiful way to cloth diaper and support small businesses.
About the Krunchy Kulture Cloth Diaper Cover
Truth – writing reviews about cloth diaper covers is pretty generic because they all do have the same features that we know and love. However, they deserve to be appreciated, so let’s appreciate the simplicity in the Krunchy Kulture Cloth Diaper cover.
This is a classic cloth diaper cover, and here’s a few features you might enjoy:
- One size fit for most babies 8-35lbs
- Front elastic
- 3×4 rise setting to help you change for different babies
- Cross over snap sand top hip snap
- Wipeable interior with TPU laminate application
- Front & back panels to reduce blow outs and leaks
- Double gusset design for extra width where you need it for a better fit.
- Wider cut to work with fitteds, flats, prefolds, and inserts.
Review of the Kruncky Kulture Cloth Diaper
I love this product because it resembles so many other cloth diapers that I loved as a cloth diapering parent 5 years ago – it’s a classic cloth diaper cover design with the top hip snap and double waist.
I prefer a top hip snap because as the mom of chunky babies I found it meant less pinched thighs. That said, if snaps pinch your baby, then don’t use the snap, or loosen your diaper.
Double leg gussets on cloth diaper covers are perfect for holding in the prefolds, flats or inserts you choose to use. It really helps give depth to the diaper as it sits in the leg crease insuring that you don’t have any blow outs. So often diaper brands try to make their crotch so tiny, but then there’s no room for the inserts and the leg elastic doesn’t sit smoothly along the crease of the leg.
For me, double gussets are a must – unless the diaper is designed to not need them. I think of the Flip when I think of a diaper that is designed to not need gussets but still offer the width needed for that smooth leg fit.
One part of this diaper that I’m not so sure about is the front elastic. I’ve never been a huge fan of a front elastic – I learnt this with both the Best Bottoms and Buttons diaper. This style of elastic usually providers a lower cut in the front that sits just under the belly. In my experience this really varies from kid to kid based on their shape and the inserts you are using with the product.
The Krunchy Kulture covers are priced at $14.25 each. This is a fair price in the market for the quality offered. I have no concern about the pricing of this product.
Krunchy Kulture Recommendations
If you’re a cloth diapering parent, you probably already know if the Krunchy Kulture Cloth Diaper cover this is the diaper for you because you have your features.
If you’re not, then this is a great starting product. It’s a simple to use cover design that is really great choice for beginners. I think that’s why I was so drawn to this type of cut and style as a first time mom. It’s easy to fit, and it’s almost always leak free because of the sizing offered.
This diaper is similar to these products, and might be a great choice for you if you’re looking to support a Black-owned cloth diaper business. And yes, you can put these prints on your baby white or black. These diapers are for everyone.