Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review

Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review ~ Maman Loup's DenI received this product at no cost to facilitate this review. All opinions remain my own. 

Thanks to the advent of the smart phone, I can be lying here in bed, baby snuggled in my arms, Radio Lab podcast playing… and writing a cloth diaper review! No need to worry she’s going to leak on me: she’s got her Rumparooz Newborn Cover on! Just like the one-size version on her big brother, this thing is pretty much bulletproof overnight. 

Here she is on top of a fitted diaper at just a few days old (about 7 lbs):

Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review ~ Maman Loup's DenHere are the specs of a RARZ Newborn Cover: Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review ~ Maman Loup's Den

 And a more detailed look at its construction:Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review ~ Maman Loup's Den



And inside, you’ll see it’s a single layer of thick PUL with extra PUL over the snaps and tag to prevent leaks:Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review ~ Maman Loup's DenTonight she’s rocking her RARZ over a TotsBots Size 1 Bamboozle. We’ve also paired it with our Flip overnight insert (it gives her a hefty booty at her size, but it works so well). The awesome fit at both the waist and legs is a big part of why she’s dry after eight or nine hours, which means I’m dry too, since she bunks with me. 

My favourite things about the RARZ cover:

  • Double leg gusset creates the right “seal” around those thighs, even before they’ve chubbed out;
  • Curved, elasticized waist band at the front which is good for the umbilical cord but also for preventing the fitted underneath from creeping up and wicking onto pajamas;
  • Three rise settings: we are still using it past the 12 lb weight maximum;
  • Wide wings provide perfect coverage over bulky fitteds: some covers leave parts of fitteds exposed at the hips because the wings are not wide enough. (Does that make sense? I know exactly what I mean…)

Rumparooz Newborn Cover Review ~ Maman Loup's Den

Things I like less about the RARZ Newborn Cover:

  • Aside from mentioning that KangaCare products are made overseas and I always give bonus points to North American-made brands, I don’t have any constructive criticism to offer… this cover has been awesome for us!

Shop & Connect 

Sherbrooke, Québec’s Boutique Le Chaton Vert (site available in English) carries Rumparooz Newborn Covers and was kind enough to provide me with this one for our review!

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4 responses to “Rumparooz Newborn Diaper Cover Review”

  1. Viv Sluys

    I absolutely love this bold print!

  2. […] some Radio Lab (I listen to podcasts or CBC radio all day long) and put the finishing touches on my Rumparooz review. Cub decides one of the attachments to our Dyson is an elevator, and Red Skull and Henchman (his […]

  3. Marie Cole

    I have two of these in hook and loop and they were my favorite covers to use with my little guy until he outgrew them!

  4. […] upcoming edition to our lineup of products? Local blogger Lindsay from Maman Loup’s Den has a really great take on the Rumparooz cover. Her review is for the newborn-sized cover, but the features are identical to Rumparooz’ one-size […]

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