If you’ve been hanging out in cloth diaper circles for any amount of time, you’re sure to have heard of Project Pomona. Cloth diapering parents are lucky to have the inside scoop on Project Pomona’s amazing pants and shorts, but the truth is that their clothing is perfect for every type of diapered bum. I bought Declan his first pair of Project Pomona jeans last fall and I love how great they fit his fluffy [and now non-fluffy] bum. Because D’s so lean, we’ve not had many issues with pants [not fitting], but a couple of favorite pairs of Gap jeans did give him that strange “man belly” look (you know, the one where a man’s stomach looks like a woman’s in pants). Enter Project Pomona.
Designed to accommodate diapered bums [of all types], and easy to adjust for growth and diaper changes, Project Pomona bottoms are the perfect pants and shorts for babies and toddlers. Not only are Project Pomona’s an investment in style, they will turn out to be the only pants or shorts that your kiddo will need; let me explain.
Because of the revolutionary waistband, and length for pants, Project Pomona bottoms will grow with your child (approximately 3 sizes with each pair). No more buying pants every few months to accommodate your little one’s rapid growth.
One other tidbit: Project Pomona is known for their fun fabric options (as is the case with these ECO Fit shorts in the Pirates pattern); my son actually requests to wear his “Pirate” shorts! Have a little girl? Check out these adorable Vintage Floral ECO Fit shorts:
Project Pomona sent us a pair of their ECO Fit shorts to try out [on an active toddler]. Now that D is potty training, we need easy to remove bottoms, and Project Pomonas fit the bill; their adjustable snap flap waistband makes diaper changes or going to the potty a breeze. Project Pomona also has your potty trained/ing little one covered with their Little Skinny Ones stretch waist denim jeans.
Made in the USA, I love the care and quality Project Pomona puts into making their clothing; each piece feels as though it’s been custom-made for your little one! The unique fabric choices and small details make Project Pomonas stand out from other clothing lines; check out some of the fun organic accent fabrics here.
In addition to pants and shorts, Project Pomona also offers a line of organic onesies and tees. As for me, I have a feeling I’ll be stalking Project Pomona for their next stocking of Little Skinny Ones!
Do you own any Project Pomona bottoms? How do you think they compare to other brands?