The Walgreens brand of disposable youth underpants for bedwetting are very similar to the Tyco brand of disposable underwear – they may even be from the same manufacturer. The sizes run S/M up to 65lbs and then L/XL from 70lbs and up (usually 125). Like GoodNites, they come in two different packages, one for girls and one for boys. The Small/Medium underpants come in a package of 17, and the Large/Extra Large bedwetting pants are in a jumbo pack of 13.
The package of the underpants describe them as “underwear for overnight protection. Some of the points mentioned on the package are:
- Compare to GoodNites (GoodNites is a registered trademark of Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. Walgreens is not affiliated with Kimberly-Clark Worldwide Inc).
- Underwear for overnight protection.
- Latex free.
- Soft, stretchy waist panels.
- Pull up and down design like regular underwear.
- Extra absorbent, stay dry core quickly locks away wetness and odor.
- Odor control.
- Leak guards for all-night protection.
- Colored threads in the soft waistband highlight the back of the underwear.
The Walgreens bedwetting underpants, or Sleep Pants, run very large – the L/XL size can easily fit a child or adult up to 200 lbs. The absorbent pad is relatively large (the inside of the pant has a blue liner), and the sides are extremely stretchy. Unlike many of the cheaper bedwetting products on the market, the padding in the front comes up fairly high , which is benefits boys.
If you are looking for a cost-effective bedwetting underpant, Walgreens Sleep Pants may be what you are looking for. At $9 a package, they are a great alternative to GoodNites, and they fit well.
For a complete bed-wetting solution, we strongly recommend the use of a bed-wetting alarm for night-time training.