Now Made with More Renewable Resources. 3T-4T Unisex 32 to 40 Pounds. Free of Chlorine Processing. Free of Fragrances & Latex. Premium Absorbency. Free of chlorine processing means that the wood pulp used in the training pants has not been processed with chemicals containing chloride. This can help reduce the amount of chlorinated toxins released into the environment and help make the world a healthier place for you and your family. . Free of fragrances means that you get to decide what goes on your toddler's sensitive skin.
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2 out of 2(100%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Seventh Generation Baby™ Free and Clear Training Pants 3T-4T -- 22 Pants
Review 1 for Seventh Generation Baby™ Free and Clear Training Pants 3T-4T -- 22 Pants
Environmentally friendly training pants do the job
October 24, 2012
"My son is a size 4T & 38 lbs, though he's slim. The 4T size fit him well - I do not feel they run big. It's probably more about body type. I bought a package of 5T on clearance some place and they are quite large in comparison - and tall - they stick up above his pants & jeans. These training pants do work, but certainly don't hold as much as a diaper & aren't meant to. 7th Generation is currently promoting The Lorax movie & the Lorax does appear on the training pants near the waist. However, it's not that big of a deal to me and the illustrations aren't that noticable, though I know some folks do have issues with that."
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Review 2 for Seventh Generation Baby™ Free and Clear Training Pants 3T-4T -- 22 Pants
just training pants
June 20, 2012
"There is nothing special about these training pants other than the fact they look like they were dragged through the mud, but thats the lack of chlorine, which is a good thing. I found they ran small. I bought the 3t-4t for my almost 32 pound almost 3 year old and they are a tight fit. She cannot pull these up and down herself. We'll use them for nighttime and long car rides but not for actual training purposes."