Top positive review
Soft feel, great protection
Reviewed in the United States on January 10, 2018
Out of all the training pants we have tried, these are by far my favorite. The Easy-Ups by Pampers run a close second, but I will stick with the Pull-Ups. Price wise, after the amazon mom discount, they run around 0.30 a piece, slightly higher than Pampers by a few cents. Out of a side by side comparison, protection wise seems about the same. With both of these brands, my toddler has not had any leaking accidents, knock on wood. This was not the case with any store brands. The other main dislike regarding store brands was the material make up. Aside from not being as soft, store brands did not seem to be made near as well, and were easier to tear apart. My favorite thing about Pull-Ups is the side tabs. If I need to lie my child down, I can open the side tabs. If for any reason they need to resealed, they are easy enough to seal back and I still do not have to worry about the seal coming apart. This is the only advantage over Pampers. Huggies also run very true to size. When I saw the range on the box, I worried that 2t/3t would not be sufficient, but was pleasantly surprised. She was able to stay in this size for longer then she could wear 2t/3t underwear. We moved to size 4 panties about a month before I had to move up sizes in Pull-Ups.Overall, until Pampers develops a training pant with tabs to open and close, Huggies it will be for our house until potty training is complete.