STRETCHY SEAMLESS LATEX PANT
Wide crotch for bulky diapers.
This is high waisted, however it can be trimmed to a shorter height with scissors.
Small (S) for Waist 26" to 31" (66cm to 80cm), Hips up to 35" (89cm), or up to 36" (91cm) for a very tight fit.
Medium (M) for Waist 32" to 36" (81cm to 92cm), Hips up to 37" (94cm), or up to 38" (97cm) for a very tight fit.
Large (L) for Waist 33" to 40" (83cm to 102cm), Hips up to 43" (110cm), or hips up to 45" (116cm) for a very tight fit.
Extra-large (XL) for Waist 37" to 47" (94cm to 120cm), Hips up to 48" (122cm), or up to 55" (140cm) for a very tight fit.
Note: Please do not ask if your waist and hip measurements would fit as we do not guarantee you a good fit: unfortunately, the only way for you (and for us) to know is for you to actually try out the pant.
However, there are no refunds and no exchanges if the pant does not fit, even for those who think they are within the measurements given here. This is because some persons do not tolerate tight pants, they may find it too tight while some other persons (with identical body measurements) may complain that it is not tight enough. You are purchasing the pant at your own risk.
It is not suited for persons with less adequate finger dexterity (difficult to put on and to take off), for the elderly, and for those with allergies to latex rubber.
It could also cause severe skin problems. For these persons, our loose fitting vinyl pants may be a much better choice. Similarly, persons with diabetes should never wear these pants (the same is true about any tight-fitting pants, socks, or stockings).
However, many of our customers see it as an excellent diaper panty, a wonderful protection.
This is wonderful for making a diaper more smooth and discreet during the daytime and suitable for both bladder and bowel incontinence as it really helps hold in the smell.
As a note some customers have said you could trim the length of the pant with scissors for a shorter pant if desired.
Product may have flaws of some sort,
They are all functional. The flaws are of 3 types, as follows.
The most common flaw are thickened spots in a few areas of the pant where the liquid latex flowed downward and formed thick "drops or bumps" of latex, similarly to what happens to some painted areas on the walls when a person paints walls with a too thick coat of paint.
A few of these pants have a tiny dark spot somewhere on the latex and some are discolored in some larger areas (darker brownish discoloration of the yellowish-brown latex, perhaps from an excessive exposure to sunlight after manufacturing or from an uneven distribution of the chemical compounds in the latex during manufacturing).
Another common flaw (seen almost exclusively in the S size) is an uneven placement of the leg openings: the leg opening may be visibly higher on one side than on the other side. However, as the pant is stretchy, it adjusts to the body shape.
Regardless of these minor defects, these pants can still offer a useful protection. All these flaws are only from manufacturing or improper storage.