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Kula Pad - Ultralight Reusable Period/Incontinence Pad

Kula Pad - Ultralight Reusable Period/Incontinence Pad

Regular price
$50.00
Sale price
$50.00

The Kula pad is the first of it's kind, an ultra light super absorbent pad for light to regular flow and urinary incontinence. Perfect for every adventure!

The 'wing' colors of the Kula Pads will vary. Trust us - we will pick the perfect one for you! The back side of the Kula is a smooth, black waterproof fabric. 


Features:

-automatically gives you super powers, guaranteed

- super absorbent (absorbs 10x its weight in liquid!) and soft 

- advanced silver-infused, antimicrobial fabric

- odor resistant

- easy to clean or rinse and quick to dry

- eco-friendly non-toxic materials (Bamboo Viscose, Cotton, Organic Cotton, Polyester)

- durable and waterproof backing and wings

- easily snaps around most underwear

- fabrics are Made in USA and are free from BPA and PFOS and PFOA. 

- Designed and tested by PEO and Kula Gratitude Consultant, Mare 

Dimensions:

SMALL: .59 oz   8.25" x 3.5" (width of pad in contact with body - not including wings)

MEDIUM: .63oz 10"x  3.5" (width of pad in contact with body - not including wings)

LARGE: .70 oz 11.25" x 3.5" (width of pad in contact with body - not including wings)

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02/07/2024
Anonymous
United States

Nice

I have been using period proof underwear for a few years and a menstrual cup for over a year to reduce the waste my life creates. I saw this reusable pad and decided to give it a try. My first time using it I wore it with looser merino undies and I found it kind of uncomfortable and it didn’t quite stay in place. The second time around I wore it with my tighter fitting synthetic undies and I was very happy with it. It stayed in place and I could hardly notice it at all. It did its job just fine and was more comfortable than disposable options. I have not tested it but I am pretty sure it will dry quicker than my period underwear does. I am happy to have it in my selection of monthly care items.

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02/07/2024
Anonymous
United States United States

Nice

I have been using period proof underwear for a few years and a menstrual cup for over a year to reduce the waste my life creates. I saw this reusable pad and decided to give it a try. My first time using it I wore it with looser merino undies and I found it kind of uncomfortable and it didn’t quite stay in place. The second time around I wore it with my tighter fitting synthetic undies and I was very happy with it. It stayed in place and I could hardly notice it at all. It did its job just fine and was more comfortable than disposable options. I have not tested it but I am pretty sure it will dry quicker than my period underwear does. I am happy to have it in my selection of monthly care items.

A
02/04/2024
Anonymous
United States

Kula Pads

There is a lot to like about these pads. I've had them for several months now, and used them in a variety of situations. They are absorbent, and, so far, have not held onto any funky smells. I throw them in the washer, and hang them to dry (which is pretty fast). My one complaint--they do not stay in place. With every step, especially when hiking or moving fast, the pad shifts and slides to the back, and ends up not being where it is needed. It makes for a lot of awkward adjustments when on trail...I think adding a non-slip grip dot, etc., to the back would help with this issue.

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02/04/2024
Anonymous
United States United States

Kula Pads

There is a lot to like about these pads. I've had them for several months now, and used them in a variety of situations. They are absorbent, and, so far, have not held onto any funky smells. I throw them in the washer, and hang them to dry (which is pretty fast). My one complaint--they do not stay in place. With every step, especially when hiking or moving fast, the pad shifts and slides to the back, and ends up not being where it is needed. It makes for a lot of awkward adjustments when on trail...I think adding a non-slip grip dot, etc., to the back would help with this issue.

SG
02/03/2024
Susan G.
United States United States

Because there's only a snap, they slip and slide around. Very uncomfortable. They might be acceptable for a Very light period but not for me and definitely not for slight incontinence. The material also bunched up in the (cold water) wash. Not a fan.