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Pull Up Diapers / Protective Underwear

FreeshipPull-on disposable underwear styles, also known as pull-ups (except by manufacturers who avoid any reference to Kimberly Clark’s "Pull-ups" trademarks) are similar to adult briefs, but WITHOUT the tape or Velcro fasteners. Users and caregivers both overwhelmingly respond to say pull-on styles of adult underwear are easy to put on, and are easier to remove than tape-on briefs. Read more
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Tranquility Premium OverNight Diaper

Tranquility Premium OverNight Diaper

Pull-up style overnight adult diapers with maximum...

$19.99

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Wellness Absorbent Underwear (Pull on Diapers with NASA technology)

Wellness Absorbent Underwear (Pull on Diapers with NASA technology)

Pull On diapers with NASA technology.

$79.97

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Protection Plus Overnight Protective Underwear - Heavy

Protection Plus Overnight Protective Underwear - Heavy

Heavy incontinence pull-up style protective dispos...

$27.99

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TENA® Protective Underwear For Women

TENA® Protective Underwear For Women

A more discreet style of gender specific disposabl...

$24.99

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Medline FitRight Ultra Protective Underwear

Medline FitRight Ultra Protective Underwear

Underwear style protection for heavy incontinence ...

$29.99

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SureCare Disposable Protective Underwear

SureCare Disposable Protective Underwear

This protective underwear features Poly-Fresh poly...

$21.99

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Light & Dry Panties for Women

Light & Dry Panties for Women

One piece reusable panty for women with panel for ...

$17.99

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TENA® Protective Underwear:  Extra Absorbency

TENA® Protective Underwear: Extra Absorbency

Designed for heavy urine loss, this product is ext...

$59.99

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FitRight Pink Protective Underwear by Medline

FitRight Pink Protective Underwear by Medline

FitRight Pink Protective Underwear

$61.99

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Depend Protective Underwear for Women - Maximum Absorbency

Depend Protective Underwear for Women - Maximum Absorbency

High-absorbency, pull-up style protective underwea...

$26.78

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HealthDri Ladies Heavy Reusable Protective Panties

HealthDri Ladies Heavy Reusable Protective Panties

This protective undergarment is designed to be com...

$29.99

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Abena Abri-Flex Premium Protective Underwear

Abena Abri-Flex Premium Protective Underwear

Worn like normal underwear. Ensures good fit and ...

$27.99

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Tranquility Premium Daytime Disposable Underwear

Tranquility Premium Daytime Disposable Underwear

Outstanding protection and guaranteed performance ...

$19.99

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TENA® for Men Protective Underwear

TENA® for Men Protective Underwear

Disposable incontinence briefs anatomically design...

$24.99

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Attends Underwear Extra Absorbency

Attends Underwear Extra Absorbency

This disposable underwear features a soft waistban...

$19.99

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Prevail Form Fitting Underwear for Women

Prevail Form Fitting Underwear for Women

Designed for moderate to heavy incontinence, this ...

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TENA® Extra Absorbency Protective Underwear

TENA® Extra Absorbency Protective Underwear

A premium, disposable, pull-up style incontinence ...

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Protection Plus Classic Protective Underwear - Moderate Absorbency

Protection Plus Classic Protective Underwear - Moderate Absorbency

Protection Plus Classic Protective Underwear by Me...

$23.99

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Depend Silhouette Briefs for Women

Depend Silhouette Briefs for Women

New incontinence for women briefs designed by Depe...

$26.99

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Medline FitRight Super Protective Underwear

Medline FitRight Super Protective Underwear

Underwear style extra heavy incontinence protectio...

$53.99

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Prevail Extra Absorbent Pull On Underwear

Prevail Extra Absorbent Pull On Underwear

Available in five sizes and made of a soft fabric,...

$19.99

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Medline Protection Plus Super

Medline Protection Plus Super

Pull-up style, disposable incontinence underwear b...

$24.99

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PER-FIT Protective Underwear by Prevail

PER-FIT Protective Underwear by Prevail

Pull-up style incontinence briefs with Advanced Zo...

$17.99

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Prevail Boxers for Men

Prevail Boxers for Men

Incontinence boxers from First Quality that are de...

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Most users claim that Pull-on Adult underwear is more convenient
We at Parentgiving see more users buying pull-ups for themselves as an extension of regular underwear with additional protection "just in case." Conversely, we observe more Caregivers and Hospice workers purchasing tab-top briefs (diapers) for their clients. Neither tab-tops nor pull-ups are exclusive in their application as it is really a matter of user choice and preference.

We see two emerging types of pull-ups: 1) the gender specific "for men" or "for women" type of pull-on underwear and 2) the super absorbent (typically overnight) pullup that provides a ton of absorbent material in a pull-up underwear design. Manufacturers like SCA (Tena), Kimberely Clark (Depend), and First Quality (Prevail) make some of our most popular gender specific disposable underwear. The trend in these gender specific choices is to use less absorbent material, but applied where most efficient in the garment: up front for men and towards the bottom for women, and with a slimmer shape (less overall material and in some cases the use of stretch material in the panels) to better mimic regular underwear. The benefit to manufacturers is obvious in significantly less material cost per piece, however, active and more mobile users do appreciate the slimmer and quieter fit that offers more freedom and dignity than older durable backed diapers. Tena for men and Depend for Men are the highest rated and bestselling choices for men, while the Prevail for Women and Tena for Women are the best-selling and highest rated choices for female protective underwear.

The Super Absorbent Overnight pull-up is another popular class of protective underwear at Parentgiving. These super absorbent pull-ups tend to have A LOT of polymer fill material, inner leg cuffs to prevent leaks, and some, like the Tranquility Super Overnight. (our bestselling overnight pullup incontinence product), have tear-away side panels that both users and caregivers find convenient for easy removal. Other feature-laden, popular overnight protective underwear choices include the Wellness Underwear with NASA Technology and the Abena Abri-Flex Protective Underwear. Every selection listed here is rated well-over 4.5 stars and are some of the most popular pull-ups we sell.

For protective underwear users who seek a little less absorbency, or less design features and more units per dollar, we suggest both the Protection Plus line by Medline and the Tranquility Premium Daytime. Both of these selection cost less per unit than their top of the line overnight protective underwear counterparts and are highly rated.

A final trend that we are observing here at Parentgiving is the combined purchase of protective underwear and incontinence booster pads. The feedback we are hearing is that users are buying lesser make, or lesser absorbent protective underwear, and then pairing them with booster pads at night, or swapping out booster pads as soiled while keeping the protective underwear on throughout the day. Since booster pads are in essence, a layer of absorbent polymer, this combination solution should not degrade perineal skin integrity, and if it meets your lifestyle and budget needs, then we are here to pass that information along!