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Old 10-17-2012, 11:44 AM   #11
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WCW or Luxe.

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I have both WCW and LB for DS. I reach for our WCW more than our LB. LB are trimmer; however, I'm not a fan of the rise. It's evenly cut in front in back, so when on it is a lot higher in front than in back and his diaper is exposed. I don't like the fact that his diaper is hanging out in back and it looks funny bunched in front on the waist. WCW soakers have a higher rise in back and shorter rise in front, so when on it actually looks like the rise is even. I like how WCW accounts for needing more rise in back to make up for what the diaper pulls down.
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Old 10-17-2012, 01:47 PM   #13
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I have both WCW and LB for DS. I reach for our WCW more than our LB. LB are trimmer; however, I'm not a fan of the rise. It's evenly cut in front in back, so when on it is a lot higher in front than in back and his diaper is exposed. I don't like the fact that his diaper is hanging out in back and it looks funny bunched in front on the waist. WCW soakers have a higher rise in back and shorter rise in front, so when on it actually looks like the rise is even. I like how WCW accounts for needing more rise in back to make up for what the diaper pulls down.
THANK YOU for posting this. That would really annoy me. I guess that seals the deal then!
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Old 10-17-2012, 02:46 PM   #14
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I have both WCW and LB for DS. I reach for our WCW more than our LB. LB are trimmer; however, I'm not a fan of the rise. It's evenly cut in front in back, so when on it is a lot higher in front than in back and his diaper is exposed. I don't like the fact that his diaper is hanging out in back and it looks funny bunched in front on the waist. WCW soakers have a higher rise in back and shorter rise in front, so when on it actually looks like the rise is even. I like how WCW accounts for needing more rise in back to make up for what the diaper pulls down.
Good point. I do really like WCW's fit.
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