gNappies work with a fabric outer, a pouch that snaps inside which then holds your booster cloths. They are a sized nappy starting from newborn sizes they then do Small (3-7 kgs, 8-14 lbs), Medium (5-13 kgs, 13-28 lbs), Large (10-16 kgs, 22-36 lbs) and XL (15+ kgs) gPants.
Alongside their popular gPants they also sell the pouches, disposable or reuseable inserts, gLegs, matching tops for some of the gPants, gTote bags and many more besides.
After buying my first gNappy my stash quickly grew. I was really impressed with this nappy system and coming from a place where some other brands had left me doubting whether I would continue with cloth, gNappies quickly gave me my cloth confidence back. As well as selling the more widely available block colours such as yellow, red, navy, green, orange etc.... they also have certain prints that have recently been released and these have proven very popular and some sell out very quickly. The most recent releases being girls rock, grand tartan, gLotus, greyhound grey, gVeggie and grecian fig. All of these colours/prints are gorgeous and look fab on the bum as well as doing the job they are intended for very well.
Another plus point for the gNappy is that the velcro fastenings are on the back of the nappy. This is a very big plus point for anyone with a toddler that likes to undo their nappy!
Alongside the current solid colours and prints there is a whole world of older prints and colours that people are after and there is a big resale market for. I am currently part of this and the range of colours and prints is amazing and very addictive, as my pictures will show. My favourites being Street, good vibe boy and the festive gJoy version.
As well as looking amazingly gorgeous, nothing beats a lovely padded cloth bum, cloth nappies obviously are serving a purpose. Taken from the Veolia Enviromental Services website it says that;