Fall Fluff Sponsor Spotlight: Super Undies

My son, Jerom, is in the process of potty training. In fact just this last week he went pee in the potty at night 4 out of 8 nights. Since he still doesn't go consistently in the potty I needed a good training pant.  So I was thankful to find Super Undies.
Super Undies has a variety of training pant styles to suit your trainers needs. They have the pull on potty training pants and the pocket potty training pants for daytime training. Plus they have the nighttime undies potty training pant.
I found the video showing differences in the two daytime trainers helpful for me to decide which one to choose.

I chose the midnight blue pocket trainer to review. My main reasons for choosing the pocket was because it had snaps. I liked this option because since my potty trainer is still new in the process he has dirty accidents. I wanted a way to be able to minimize the mess, and snaps just seemed to make sense. I also chose the pocket because I could adjust the snaps into 2 different sizes. I figured this might be beneficial for my skinny guy.

The pocket trainer is completely waterproof through the wet zone. The sides are stretchy for easy on and off. They have a layer of micro-fiber built in. Plus there is a pocket in the trainer perfect for step-up inserts. Plus the child can feel wet when there has been an accident.
insert and inside of trainer
back view- notice the tabs don't sit flat
front view
I love that this trainer is customizable. If more absorption is needed just put in an insert. If you just want it to handle trickle messes, then leave it without an insert. It is really up to you.

I have mixed feelings about the snaps on this trainer. I think they are nice for allowing you to quickly and easily change a messy accident. However, the side panels kind of stick out and don't lay flat.

I am not sure I have the fit right on my son either. I've tried both snap settings and had some issues. They seem to fit kind of low on his waist. I'm always wanting to pull them up higher so that his little butt crack isn't exposed.  Perhaps this is because I got the size small. I didn't measure my sons rise before I got the trainer, and just went with the fact that his waist measurement was on the small side of the small setting.  To be sure your trainer will fit your child please measure waist, legs, and rise. If for some reason your measurements fit in multiple categories you can always email or call them to discuss which size would be best.

Overall the pocket trainer works nicely. It absorbs and my son can pull it on and off.

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Comments

kay said…
My potty training daughter could really use these
Holli said…
my potty training secret is temporary tattoos and stickers. between the two, my son will sit on the potty for a good 20 minutes if i give them only while he's sitting. and he will grab the stickers and sit on the potty on his own. haha!
judi said…
My 3 year old is on the home stretch of the potty training process and we used chocolate chips as a bribe. 1 for trying, 2 for peeing and 3 for pooping. Now he goes voluntarily and doesn't always expect to get a chocolate chip.
Michele P. said…
I like the fact that this company offers different options based on your needs... my grandsons like to use pullons but in trying to be green I would like to have some reusable cloth pull ons on hand... great review!
TJ Sugden said…
My mom says to run the water and helps them to pee, lol.
Linda Lang said…
Love that my little guy could pull them on and off himself!
Lynn Becker said…
We haven't started potty training yet but a tip I've been given is to have a board you add stickers to every time they succeed and then a reward after a certain number of stickers. It worked for my BF, hope it works for me!
Bill Clements said…
we have used Super Undies Pull-on and they are great!
KCMichigan said…
We would love to try the Fairy Orchard Super Undies (Pull on style!)
Anna said…
We have one pair of pocket trainers and love them! I agree that the tabs stick out some, but I love the absorption when we do have accidents. My tip is to use incentives (M&M's at our house) and to try often. It's the times that I think, "it's been awhile; I should probably have her try," but then don't act on my instincts, that my DD is most likely to have an accident.
we have a Super Undies and love them! we have 1 pocket trainer, 1 newer version pull on, and 4 older version pull ons. the pocket and newer pull on are both size large because that was what was available from the seller and i figured she would grow in to them eventually. the other pull ons are size medium. they fit better. the large is a little too big in the waist. but the advantage to having the pocket trainer a little larger is that i can stuff it with a prefold at night. both sizes have a short rise. i feel the same as you that i want to pull them up so the plumber butt is covered. over all my just turned 2 yr. old daughter loves them! she did not want to wear diapers a few months ago. we never cloth diapered before this. i just didn't want to fall in to the Pull up's trap. but she's not ready for full time undies.
mekjsk2000 said…
The daytime pull on trainer will hold a full toddler pee in the early stages of training. I love them for nap times.
Lori Beth said…
I have been researching and researching and these sound like a winner. We did cd, now she is potty trained during the day, but a heavy wetter at night. Don't want to put a diaper on her at night and confuse her
Charlene said…
I love the cloth trainers, I wish we'd used them with my son.
We use Super Undies at night! My daughter finally potty trained when we called her potty a throne and she was the princess.
Beth R said…
I would love to have a great night time trainer! With out oldest we had to use pull ups because nothing else worked. These look like a great alternative
MissMannah said…
The pocket trainer looks awesome. I love that you can customize the fit for your child.
Meleakua said…
i have been practicing elimination communication with my son in some form since he was born. (always making a certain sound when he was peeing or pooping, & putting him over a potty when possible) and now that he's almost two he goes to the potty frequently all by himself!! we definitely still need cloth diapers & trainers, but i love me some ec! :)
Jessie said…
It's nice that these trainers are customizable for your kiddo.
Ariana said…
380mls of fluid????? that's awesome

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