FSA & HSA Eligible
Pad Length (Inches)
Secure Personal Care Products Ultimate Bladder Control Pads, Heavy Absorbency
Cardinal Wings Knit Pants
Tranquility Adult Pant Liners
McKesson Ultra Liners, Heavy
Attends Extended Wear Pads, Overnight
Attends Shaped Pads Super, Heavy Absorbency
TENA Comfort Reusable Pull On Knit Pant, Unisex
Cardinal Health Garment Liners with Wings, Heavy Absorbency
Medline Premium Knit Incontinence Underpants
Wings Adult Unisex Disposable Incontinence Liner, Heavy Absorbency
Abena Maternity Pads Premium Moderate Absorbency
Attends Shaped Pads Plus, Heavy Absorbency
MoliCare Premium Form Extra Plus Bladder Control Pad, Heavy Absorbency
Wings Adult Unisex Disposable Incontinence Liner, Moderate Absorbency
Secure Personal Care Products Classic Style Brief Liners, Moderate Absorbency
Attends Shaped Pads Regular, Heavy Absorbency
incognito by Prevail Panty Liner, Light Absorbency
About Pant Liners
Pant liners are large, absorbent pads that typically fit from your lower belly all the way up to the lower portion of your back. They’re a perfect solution if you prefer pads to pull-ups or tab-style diapers, but you need a little extra length and protection than a typical pad provides. Prefer to keep wearing regular underwear? Pant liners are worn inside underwear, not an existing incontinence product, so they’re a highly absorbent solution. Whether you’re caring for yourself or using these on a loved one, experience quick, easy changes by using pant liners.
What can I use pant liners for?
Because they’re highly absorbent, they’ll typically work for urinary and bowel incontinence. However, if you’re experiencing bowel incontinence, you may want to first try a diaper with tabs. Also, pant liners are excellent for users who are 2XL or above in pull-ups, as pant liners’ longer length contours to fit larger bodies.
How do I select a size?
To choose the size that works best for you, the most important factor will be the length, in inches, of the pant liner. You can find this information in the sizing portion of the product description. Keep in mind that in general, pant liners are quite large, so if you’re looking for something smaller, you may want to first consider another kind of pad, such as a belted pad. We also offer gender-specific solutions like men’s guards or women’s pads, so you can make sure you’re getting a fit that’s just right.
I have lots more questions
Still confused? Deciding what incontinence products work best for you can be tricky, especially if this is your first time buying these products. Not sure if you need a pant liner, a pull-up, a tab-style diaper or something else entirely? Just call us at 1-855-855-1666 and we’re happy to help you decide what works best for your lifestyle.