Which style of training pant should I choose?

Day training pants ( briefs style undies with a waterproof, absorbent pad, flannel topped so they feel the wetness)

  • daytime training
  • children who are incontinent at school 
  • children who are in the last stages of night training and wake as soon as they start to wet
  • as EC pants or as a nappy break for babies 

Night training pants (shorts style pants with a large waterproof absorbent pad, flannel topped so they feel the wetness) 

  • children who are starting to wet smaller volume and /or wake up when they wet at night
  • daytime training when you need a bit more absorbency ( eg. Car trips, shopping, grandmas house)
  • children who just prefer to wear shorts style undies
  • as EC pants or as a nappy break for babies

Bedwetting pants ( pull-up style ‘big kid’ nappy type pants with full waterproof outer and packed with absorbency. Microfleece or flannel inner available) 

  • children who still fill a pull-up regularly at night or don’t wake up when they wet 
  • car trips or days out when it may be hard to change the child immediately 
  • any time you need a full waterproof outer 
  • as a nappy substitute in younger children