One size cloth diapers, custom fit for larger kiddos.
Some toddlers and kids with special needs have to use and still want the benefits of reusable diapers. The Big O.N.E diaper is the perfect solution for bigger and older kids. It comes with everything you need to cloth diaper your toddler.
This cloth diaper for toddlers still has some of the same quality and features parents love about our original, best-selling O.N.E. diaper:
Choose between Hook & Loop and Snap closures and the choice to buy a replacement kit when your Hook & Loop wears out, to save money and increase the life of your cloth diapers.
O.N.E.'s absorbency comes from a hidden body layer PLUS our one-of-a-kind cotton, channeled soaker design that is trim yet absorbent.
Modular Soaker System
Modular snap in no-prep soaker system contains one small and one large Soaker, allowing for customization based on need, from a more lightweight diapering solution to high-absorbency, overnight cloth diapers for heavy wetters.
O.N.E. Cloth Diaper - FAQ
Before laundering, dispose of the solids. Remove the Outlast Closure Hook/Loop strips before placing Big O.N.E. in your diaper pail. We recommend removing Soaker Pads before placing them in the diaper pail so that each piece of the diaper is optimally agitated. Choose warm or hot water and enough of your favorite good-cleaning detergent.
To cloth diaper full-time with the Big O.N.E. Diaper, you will spend between $600-$650. Remember that you’re saving 5x that by not buying disposables. To use the Big O.N.E. Diaper as your child's overnight cloth diaper, you will spend just over $100.
For full-time cloth diapering, we recommend at least 24 diaper changes per child to best spread wear out among all the diapers in your supply.
For using the Big O.N.E. as your child's overnight cloth diaper, we recommend having at least 4-6 as nighttime cloth diapers.
Appreciate the larger size and the absorbency is great, but I prefer a pocket style diaper because it much easier to clean with a diaper sprayer when you can remove the pads instead of the getting dirty as well and in the way. At the very least, add another snap to the other side of the pads so they dont flop all over the place. Also would appreciate a lower "hip" snap like on pocket style to better keep the diaper in place. Without it my little one plays with the diaper and it moves too much. I have to fix his diaper sometimes so there are no leaks.
My 3yo is 34lbs no leaks! Shes iep so potty tranings hard
I have a really big son, and he grew out of all the other cloth diaper brands pretty fast. They came out with this big O.N.E. right when I needed it, and I already loved the regular O.N.E so buying these was a no brainer. This has better absorbency than most of the other diapers and brands. I love this diaper. My son just made 4, he is also 70lbs and 4ft (he is a big kid) and some nights if he doesn't use the rest room before bed he ends up wetting the bed, so we put these on and no accidents or leaks.