Item No. 8019433

GoodNites Bedtime Underwear for Boys, Small/Medium, 35 Count

GoodNites Bedtime Underwear for Boys, Small/Medium, 35 Count


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One in six children from ages four to twelve wet the bed and there’s no training that will fix it until the child grows out of it. In the meantime, there are Disposable GoodNites Bedtime Underwear. They’re made with stretching sides that fit well and super-absorbent material for maximum protection. Pack contains 35 S/M pairs.

Features & Benefits:

  • 40% more absorbency than training pants
  • Looks and fits like real underwear to help protect your son's self esteem
  • New zoned protection where boys need it most
  • Helps keep pajamas and sheets dry at night self esteem
  • Created with a quiet, soft fabric for a restful night's sleep
GoodNites Bedtime Underwear for Boys, Small/Medium, 35 Count is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 662.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Older Kids Matter Too Keeping a child or teen dry is way more important than cute or pretty designs. Goodnites need to be taller and a bigger size is needed too. I do not know who the person was, that decided to drop the attention off of older kids and teens, but they were the initial purpose of Goodnites. There are also parents of kids with disabilities such as autisum that depend on Goodnites because they fit and perform better than medical style diapers Believe it or not, but these kids are part of your market. So I ask you to consider this, and do what is right for the sake of the kids, and I'm sure you will be rewarded. Parents will love you for helping them.
Date published: 2015-10-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good product - need bigger sizes though. My son who just turned twelve wets the bed several times a week. He is 95lbs and fairly skinny. The problem with you product is the Goodnites are not tall enough in the rear and he complains that they " feel funny " because they do not fully cover the area that they are intended to cover. I am concerned that within the next year my son will outgrow these and we will have to find a new product to use.... I always thought Goodnites were intended for older children up to the age of 14 or 15. If this is still the case then why does the underwear seem to be getting smaller over the years? Feedback would be nice. Thanks.
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from If so many consumers all need the same thing (bigger sizes), why can't they get it?? My son is 8 (very much in the target demographic of this product) and has been in the L/XL size for a year or so, maybe closer to two. I know that the package says that it goes up to 125 pounds, but at 75 pounds, he is starting to have problems with the sides splitting open during the night! Clearly, these just don't fit him well... and they are expensive enough without having to use 2-3/night because they ripped! They either need to make larger sizes (or possibly narrower-ranged, like baby diapers?) or possibly some out with something like a "style A and style B" for different body types so that they fit without leaking.
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WE NEED A BIGGER SIZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really hope you are listening to all of the special needs parents telling you that we need a bigger size for our children! We are in desperate need!!!!! Adult pull-ups are too big!!!!!!!!! We need an in between size!!!!!!! And we don't need fancy patterns, just plan white is fine if you are worried about cost!!! We are not picky!!!! Just give us something!!!! My son is 66 pounds and the L/XL fit him perfect. I love the Goodnite pull-ups and I don't know what we are going to do when he out grows them!! He is not potty trained due to autism and other special needs. And autism is still on the rise so the lack of bigger pull-ups is going to rise!!!! Please help us with this problem!!!!!
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Boys GoodNites Pants I am a parent of a child with cerebral palsy. My son is 14, weighs 88 lbs and still uses your GoodNites to sleep. I just moved him into the L/XL size. It should still fit him for possibly another year. Which brings me to write to you now. As a parent with a child with disabilities, we often are faced with very limited resources for our children. Car seats, shoes and night time pants - we need additional choices for our special needs children. Please consider the disability children and make additional sizes of this product to accommodate the children that lack additional resources for everyday living. Thank you!
Date published: 2016-03-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Another request for larger sizes My 11-year old son has been wearing GoodNites for bedwetting since he was 5. His father wet the bed until his late teens, so we do not expect my son's nightly bedwetting to abide anytime soon. The problem is, the L/XL GoodNites are getting too small for him (we have also tried the new Tru-Fit and they were also too small). We have tried Depend products, but they leaked every night and are too big. I do not like the bed mats because they still require laundry to be done every morning. Please seriously consider making an XXL size for over 110 pounds... it would help so many families like us out there...
Date published: 2014-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them!!! Just wish they came in a bigger size :( My son is 10 years old and still has to wear diapers because he is severely autistic and doesn't understand potty training yet. Goodnights are the only brand that I use because they are the most absorbent and most comfortable for him. I just wish they came in a bigger size because he is quickly outgrowing these and has a long way to go to fit into adult diapers. Also, adult diapers don't seem as comfortable. I know a lot of parents with special needs children who use Goodnights and would love to be able to buy them in a bigger size. Is there any way that this could happen? Thanks!
Date published: 2012-12-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Goodnites sizes this would be great 5 stars all the way but the problem is there is no husky sizes. my son is autistic, 80 lbs, but he is too big on the bottom.. he refuses to wear adult/teenage diapers.. i just dont think its right that out of all the companies out there there is none that caters to husky children. this is the biggest problem. its the same as department stores not carrying over size 40 waist for men. the reason i was told such things arent sold is because there are not enough people that are going to buy them. so apparently if that is the case, then those businesses discriminate against the heavy set people.
Date published: 2014-08-10
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Unit Price $72.7 per 100 (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 35
Extended Size Small/Medium
Restrictions 38-65 lbs limit
Container Type bag
Material/Finish Fabric
Indications Leakage protection
Country of Manufacture United States
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
Choking may result from anything children put into their mouths. To avoid risk of choking, do not allow your child to tear the underpants. Discard any torn or unsealed pant. Like most articles of clothing, disposable underpants burn if exposed to flames. Always keep your child away from any source of flame. To avoid suffocation, keep plastic bags away from children.