gDiapers Partner with 5 Gyres for Clean Beaches this Earth Day

Great White gDiaper

I’m really jealous that my baby is out of diapers with this new print from gDiapers!  For this Earth Day, gDiapers has partnered with 5 Gyres, a renowned environmental group known for its efforts to end plastic pollution.  With the launch of two new limited edition products – the Great White gPant and Great White Tee – 5  Gyres commits to a foot of beach clean up for every item sold.  To learn more about how 5 Gyres and gDiapers have partnered please read their blog post; A Future Free of Plastic Pollution.

earth day with gdiapers

I was fortunate enough to have a beautiful baby girl (Natalia) to model the new products for us and I’m in love with how soft and comfortable the outfit is.  Unlike most traditional cloth diapers, the gPants feel like a soft breathable fabric pant.  With gPants you can add your favorite inserts, prefold, or flushable insert and reuse the gPant with each diaper change.  By purchasing cloth diapers and gDiapers, you are helping to keep our future and our beaches free of plastic pollution.

gdiapers earth day

I asked my friend what she thought of the dDiaper system after having it for a few weeks….

I love the texture of them and the fit! The plastic insert snaps are a bit tough to unsnap (probably a good thing!) but other then that worked good! Really easy to clean poop off.  ~Danielle

The Great White T-Shirt is available in for infants through toddlers for $19.99 online at gDiapers or their authorized retailers.

The Great White Shark gPants are available in Small, Med, and Large for $21.99 online at gDiapers and their authorized retailers.

Disclosure: gDiapers provided us with the products photographed above for this featured article.  Our sweet model is a friend of mines little girl and was the perfect model for this outfit.   

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