Kekoa’s consciously designed trim nappy with bilayer technology is eco-luxury at its finest. Pairing simple innovation with elegance they are not only practical and functional, but beautifully luxurious.
EASIEST POCKET TO STUFF
Bilayer technology enables even the largest of hands to seamlessly stuff pockets with no additional grip, whilst also protecting the laminate lining.
PUL, made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, helps reduce manufacturing energy by 75% and water consumption by 90% (when compared to virgin polyester fabric). Each nappy saves approximately six plastic bottles from our oceans and landfill.
Functional as both a pocket nappy and snap-in (all-in-two or hybrid), with a uniquely designed anchor system to help keep inserts in place.
Dual back elastic for superior containment – functioning like a back internal gusset. Additional barrier making clean up easier by protecting hands during insert removal.
CoolMax® performance moisture wicking technology sits directly against your baby’s delicate skin, providing superior dryness, and is the easiest internal fabric to clean.
Plush leg elastics for superior softness & containment.
Original four-way flexible wings for easier fit and greater freedom to move.
Dual high-density bamboo-cotton all-natural fibre inserts provide superior absorption without bulk.
All of this wrapped in OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 protection so you know what touches your baby goes beyond many of the national and international requirements for chemical safety (our fabrics are STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified).
Includes 1 premium nappy shell and 1 insert pair (one larger size bamboo cotton and one smaller sized bamboo terry bifold/trifold)
Suitable from approximately 2-7kg
Designed in Wanaka, New Zealand.
Kekoa acknowledges the people of Ngāi Tahu as the traditional custodians of the land we call home here in Central Otago, New Zealand.
Due to the nature of the fabric in our flexible wings, we recommend hand washing your nappy shells with like colours when you receive them until the water runs clear (i.e. reds together, darks together). This helps prevent colour run which can occur occasionally due to excess dye in the manufacturing process.
For full washing instructions, including hand washing a couple when you are just starting out, please refer to our care page.