I…LOVE…Project Pomona Jeans! Love them! I’m not just saying that because I got some sort of a kickback. I did first try them as part of a review on pants they mailed me last year. I’ve since bought two more pairs. I wanted to give you an update on how they are fitting and I also wanted to share the It Could Be Love 2015 giveaway sponsored by Project Pomona. ($1,200 in prizes…Details at the bottom.)
So why do I love our Project Pomona’s?
First, let me just say Made in the USA! Love that!
Second, fits for around 9 months! What??? Yes really.
Finally, well made AND cute. What more is there?
Anyway, here is the update on Sophia’s Project Pomona’s and the fit on her. I did a review and Size 2 & 3 comparison last year. Click here for the details.
Sophia was wearing both the size 2 & 3’s at that point (18 months). I finally had to retire the size 3 (labeled as 18 months – 2t) when Sophia was 2 years and 3 months old. I think I *may* have shrunk the jeans a little. She had only outgrown the length at that point but still had room in the waist.
I bought a 2T/3T Project Pomona at the end of November and here is Sophia (above) wearing them now. She is 2.5, around 34″ and 32 pounds. She is on the second smallest snap waist setting. Lots of room to grow!
I know some of you might be thinking, “Jeez, they seem kinda pricey” (they start at around $23 and go up from there depending on features). We did get a good 9 months of wear out of her size 3’s. How many other pants can you say that about on a 2 year old? Just think about how long they will last and know that you can also sell them when you are done because the resale value isn’t bad either. Click here to join their Buy/Sell/Trade page on Facebook. The waist is snap adjustable and the length by cuffing. The jeans are still in perfect condition and are ready to be used by the next kid. Yes, Grandma we know we can’t wait forever and we aren’t getting any younger ;)
Project Pomona also has Traditional Fit for disposable diaper users, shorts and khaki’s.
Photos Courtesy projectpomona.com
I am wholeheartedly telling you to check Project Pomona out because they truly are worth it.
Here’s the fun stuff!! I’m so excited to share this with all of you. Sponsored by Project Pomona. Please use the rafflecopter form below to enter. Good Luck!
IT COULD BE LOVE 2015: $1200 in PRIZES!!!
Project Pomona: $100 Gift Card to Project Pomona
Calgary Cloth Diaper Depot: $50.00 Gift Certificate (Free Shipping Can/USA)
Funky Fluff: Cloth Diaper in winners choice of fabric and print/color ($20.99 – $22.99)
Cotton Babies: 2 bumGenius 4.0 cloth diapers – solid colors only, 1 bumGenius Outing Wet Bag ($48.85)
Shop Teenie Greenies: (1) Ju-Ju-Be BFF in either Tokidoki The King’s Court print or Hello Kitty Tick Tock print ($170)
Logan and Lenora: Mini Wet Bag in ZOOM ($19.50)
BabyKicks: Premium Pocket Diaper in Snaps ($21.50)
BALM! Baby: “Baby Lover’s Bundle” 1 BALM! Baby Butter, 1 BALM! Baby Fresh out of the Tub Baby Wash & Shampoo, 1 Taylor’s Spritz Rose Room & Body Freshner.
Momme Meals: 4 Delicious Bags of Go Chews ($40)
Geffen Baby: 1 Hemp Fleece Fladdle (flat/swaddle) ($11.99)
Gro-Via: 1 GroVia Hybrid Cloth Diaper Snap Shell in choice of Topaz or Lotus, 1 GroVia Hybrid Cloth Diaper 2-Pack of No-Prep Soaker Pads ($51)
GEN-Y Diapers: Next GEN Universal Cover, Size Large, Sucker Punch Print ($21.99)
Smart Bottoms: 3.1 All-in-One Diaper, Winner’s Choice ($25)
Thirsties: One Size All in One Diaper ($19.75)
Little Things Collective: Diaper Dawgs Spray Collar ($14.95)
Forever Gingerbread: 1 Large Forever Gingerbread house ($50)
Tushie Ties: 3 Pack of One Size Bamboo Velour Cloth Diapers ($45)
Boingo: Starter Pack: 4 Sets of Boingo’s, 6 EcoMax OS Prefolds ($85)
REcreate Designs: 1 Pair of Fancy Pants ($26)
Drop Everything: Young Living Premium Starter Kit: Home Diffuser, 10 Everyday Oils Kit: Lemon, Lavender, Peppermint, Frankincense, Melaleuca (tea tree), PanAway blend, Purification blend, Thieves blend, Joy blend, and Stress Away blend…and more ($300)
Jenn is a long-time cloth diaper educator and a passionate small business advocate. She has worked in the reusable diaper industry for over a decade, helping millions of families via her websites All About Cloth Diapers, Thinking About Cloth Diapers and Cloth Diaper Geek as well as hundreds of small businesses during that time. Her goal always to provide simple, reliable information.