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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    I think 3 pairs for $9 is very reasonable, I buy our toddler son huckleberry lane undies and they are $22.95 for a 2 pack but they are super cute and great quality, I buy Our older son bonds undies though because he is 8 and likes that the bonds ones for that age are a bit more of a grown up style.

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    I refuse to buy Bonds now that it's not Australian made. I could justify the cost when it was made here because it was paying Australian wages.
    Now I won't do it. If I'm going to buy stuff made in China, I'm not paying crazy prices for it when I can get very similar quality for a lot cheaper.
    *shrug*

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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    I get bonds all in one type stuff for DS, and singlets for both DD and DS.

    As a pp mentioned DD's bum seems to be to small for the make, so we get target undies, because they fit better.

    I have been disappointed with bonds though, the prices are higher and higher but the quality seems to be going down hill.

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    Default Re: *spinoff* bonds undies

    I buy the kmart and big w ones... He still fits (and they are still in good condition) the undies I bought him when he toilet trained 2.5 years ago!! (he's super skinny lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    I buy the kmart and big w ones... He still fits (and they are still in good condition) the undies I bought him when he toilet trained 2.5 years ago!! (he's super skinny lol)
    Thats great i think like with anything it was probably the style or that batch or something that were made a bit dodgy. normally i love kmart stuff it lasts so well in our house

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    No bonds for us ...

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    DD and DS1 have Rio undies, bought both lots 2 years ago and are just now needing to be replaced due to being thin and near see through

    I got DS2 Target brand ones as he picked them out himself (first lot of big boy undies, had to make it special!) and so far they're fine, but he's only been wearing them for about 2 months.

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    I find Kmart / target ones fine for ds.

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    Default *spinoff* bonds undies

    What's wrong with bonds!? It's not like you are buying Calvin Klein undies.

    As the saying goes.... You get what you pay for!!!

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    I agree the bonds ones last much longer, I wear them and was just thinking I would need to replace soon and I reckon the last time I bought them was 18months ago.


 

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