Best Bottom Training Pants

Best Bottoms

$ 13.95


The Best Bottom Training Pant is economical, easy to use and the #1 choice of toddlers!
Through thorough testing, toddlers chose the Best Bottom Training Pant because it looks and feels like REAL underwear! The soft and stretchy cotton outer with wick-resistant trim makes it easy for them to pull up and down on their own. The waterproof zone on the inner protects from accidents and allows you to snap out the wet insert and snap a new one in, reusing the training pant and saving you even more money!

Why No Snaps on the Sides?
Side snapping training pants were also called out by toddlers as diapers. For the occasional #2 accident, simply have your toddler stand while you slip the trainer to their ankles and carefully snap out the soiled insert.

How Many Inserts?
You'll need as many inserts as you'll have accidents. If your toddler is having frequent accidents or is in the early stages of potty training, you may want more FeelWET™ inserts. As potty training progresses, you can use even just one insert per day as long as there aren't any accidents! If the insert does get wet, just snap it out, wipe the inside of the pants clean and snap in a new insert! When soiled, a new pair of training pants is necessary. Many customers use 6-9 inserts per trainer when their toddler is potty learning.

Why Are They Not One Size?
The training pant is sized since potty trainers rarely change sizes during the time they are training, and we found that a one-size training pant with snaps on the front was labeled as a diaper by toddlers.

Sizing
Size Weight Waist Thigh Rise
Small (2T) 20-28 lbs. 15"-20" 12"-12.25" 7.5"
Medium (3T) 25-35 lbs. 16"-22" 13"-13.25" 8"
Large (4T) 30-40 lbs. 17"-25" 14"-14.25" 8.5"
X-Large (5T) 35-50 lbs. 18"-28" 14.5"-15" 9"
*FeelWET™ inserts are one size and fit all Best Bottom Training Pants.

I Have a Little Boy - Anything I Need to Do Differently?
With boys, you'll need to make sure when they pull their training pants down and up by themselves that everything is "pointing down." Early on you'll need to check for him, and teach him how to do this himself for the future.