Earlier this year I was introduced to a new-to-me brand of cloth diapers. Best Bottom diapers have many of my favorite features and are made in the US. I was so excited to have the opportunity to try it out, and you’ll have the chance to too!
The Best Bottom diaper system is a one-size diaper system, sort of. The covers are one-size, with an adjustable rise for birth to 35lbs. They feature two full layers of PUL, making them very durable. Unlike other double layered PUL covers, the inside is the shiny side, making it easy to wipe out. They have fantastic double leg gussets, which are great for containing messes. The Best Bottom covers come in your choice of snaps or hook & loop. They come in some great colors and adorable patterns.
The part of the system that is not one-size is the inserts. With the Best Bottom system you use inserts for the size your child is currently wearing (small, medium & large). This makes for a very trim diaper. The inserts snap into place to keep them from shifting and bunching. The Best Bottom inserts come in your choice of microfiber with a stay dry topper or hemp/organic cotton. I love that this company offers a natural insert option! They also have an overnight insert option. I would definitely suggest this for an older baby especially. I tried the standard stay dry insert at night and was not successful. When I added a hemp insert on top, it worked beautifully every time. I would suggest going with the hemp/organic cotton inserts with the overnight insert for nights, or even two hemp/organic cotton inserts.
As for fit, I have no complaints. Our daughter is 18 months old right now and fits comfortably in the diaper with room to grow. I am very happy with the trimness of the system as well. The system is said to work from birth to 35 lbs. I don’t have a newborn to try this on, so I can’t speak to that. The adjustable rise has four adjustment settings. You can see a comparison below of the diaper set to the smallest setting and to the largest. Notice the waist adjustments and the size of the leg holes. I think that’s where it’s easiest to see the sizing differences well.
Want a closer look? Check out the video below to get an ‘in person’ overview along with a bit of an action shot.
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