Best pants style nappies for potty training toddlers – tried and tested by mums

As they are getting ready to move from nappies to the potty, these pull-up pants are easy (and quick) to take off, but still offer comfort and protect against leaks, if they occur. Here is our list of the best pull-up potty training nappies on the market:

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1. Pampers Baby-Dry Pants, 15p per nappy, MFM Joint Gold Award Winner

Changing your busy toddler’s nappy can prove impossible if they are having so much fun and refusing to stay still! So these gold award-winning, pants-style nappies from Pampers are an ideal solution for busy mums to quickly pull them up and on and even more easily removed – simply tear the sides.

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Super absorbent, these nappies will keep your little one dry, with breathable material to allow for their delicate skin to breathe and stretchy sides panels and leg cuffs so that they are comfortable and gentle on your child’s skin.Our judging mums and dads, and their children, found these nappies reliable and well-fitting.

What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about Pampers Baby-Dry Pants:

“A great product and quick and easy to use, quite flexible too for little moving bodies!” Mum of 2, Harris

“Very easy to put on as the material is very stretchy. It is also very soft so it seems very comfy for our toddler. She also seemed quite proud of the fact that she was wearing big girl-style pants!” Mum of 3, Hester


You can buy Pampers Baby-Dry Pants from: Amazon and Boots


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2. Pampers Active-Fit Pants, 19p per nappy, MFM Joint Gold Award Winner

Another firm favourite with our judges, Pampers Active-Fit Pants provide a great fit and promise up to 12 hours of dryness. 

They have 3 absorbing channels that help distribute wetness, and they are super easy to pull up and down. Their sides can be torn to remove them very quickly. So whether you’re using them to combat toddler wriggling, or to help with potty training, they are very practical.

What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about Pampers Active-Fit Pants:

“This product is very good. The nappies are quick and easy to get on and off, there is plenty of room in them and they adapt well when baby is moving around, so you don’t have to worry about the nappy opening or little one trying to take it off!” Mum of 3, Harris CHECK

“These are appealing for the soft flexibility and little touches like the easy disposal tape.” MFM Reviews Editor Magda Ibrahim

You can buy Pampers Active-Fit Pants from: Amazon, Waitrose and Boots


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3. Asda Little Angels First Pants featuring Peppa Pig, £3.87, MFM Silver Award Winner

These pull-up pants by Asda promise up to 12 hours of protection thanks to some unique features, so it’s no surprise that they won our MFM silver award for pants style nappies this year. 

They’re easy for little ones to pull up themselves, to help them on the road to potty learning. They have a soft elasticated waist, leg cuffs and sides to protect against leaks, but they’re also soft and have even been awarded a dermatological accreditation by the Skin Health Alliance.

The trademarked “aqua lock” layers keep baby’s skin dry to reduce rashes and irritation, and the colourful character designs are a hit with kids.

What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about Asda Little Angels First Pants featuring Peppa Pig:

“The Peppa Pig designs win every time.” MFM Reviews Editor Hazelann Williams

“I love that these are accredited by the Skin Health Alliance. They are also easy to use and a Peppa Pig design is very appealing to little ones!” MFM Reviews Editor Magda Ibrahim

You can buy Asda Little Angels First Pants featuring Peppa Pig from: Asda


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4. Aldi Mamia Easy Pants Size 5, £2.04, MFM Bronze Award Winner

Aldi has an award winning range of nappies, and these Easy Pants won our bronze award for their great design at fantastic value. They have re-sealable fastener tapes and a contoured design. They are hypoallergenic, with breathable fabric and a lock-away dry core to ensure protection from leaks for up to 12 hours.

Our judges found them very easy to use and they ticked all the boxes in the comfort stakes.

What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about the Aldi Mamia Easy Pants:

“Very very impressed with these – they are the best ‘off brand’ pull up nappy I have ever used. Very easy to get on a very active toddler and they didn’t leak. Great nappy!” Mum of 1, Sarah

“I found these to be a good quality pull up. The cost is brilliant. They were very absorbent and did the job perfectly. “ Mum of 1, Alexandra

You can buy Aldi Mamia Easy Pants from: Aldi


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5. Co-Op XL Pants, from £2.75

Co-Op has launched a lovely rebrand of its baby care products, featuring fun and eye-catching illustrations by children’s book illustrator Jim Fields.

The XL pants are a great size with a nice flexibility to them and they are super absorbent. They sit very snugly on baby’s bottom, and are easy to take on and rip off when needed. A great one to try from your local Co-Op.

You can buy Co-Op XL Pants from: Co-Op


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6. DryNites Pyjama Pants, 58p per nappy

Designed to resemble underwear much more closely than conventional nappies, these DryNites are great for kids who want to feel a bit more grown-up but are not quite ready to go without yet, especially at night time.

Their absorbency is great, providing enough to see kids through the night, and they have soft, stretchy sides to make for a comfortable fit. 

You can buy DryNites Pyjama Pants from: Superdrug, Sainsbury’s and Amazon

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