Monday, September 27, 2010

Stride Everyday Panties | Review & Giveaway

Do you ever 'pee dance'?

You know, the 'pee dance'...you're so close to home and suddenly the urge hits and there's no fooling, you've got to pee.  You know you can make it, but you just have to get control for another couple minutes, or even seconds.

I am intimately familiar with the 'pee dance' and in truth have been doing it as long as I can remember.  As a child I remember clutching myself and squatting, rocking a bit, hoping I could make it the final few steps up the driveway.  When I lived in an apartment, as soon as I stepped into the elevator, it would hit me - every single time.

When I heard about Stride Everyday Panties, with a built in liner to keep you dry, I knew they would be perfect for the days that the 'pee dance' isn't quite so effective.  Stride panties come in a variety of styles, none of which are 'granny panties' because seriously if that was all Stride had to bring to the table, I'd rather just wear panty liners. 


I chose to test out the seamless panties; they were comfortable to wear, stayed in place and they lived up to their name, no visible panty line.  I have to be honest, so far, I haven't needed the leak protection any of the days that I have worn my Stride Everyday Panties, but knowing it was there gave me such peace of mind.  Perhaps that's why I didn't end up doing the 'pee dance' those days; the mind is a powerful thing after all.


Stride Everyday Panties are designed to hold up to an ounce of moisture, wick away moisture and keep you deodorized fresh.  They are machine washable (and handled laundering just fine at my house) and are designed to last up to 100 washes.

With prices starting at $14.99 a pair, Stride Everyday Panties are a little bit more expensive than my everyday panties, but then again, they aren't everyday panties are they?  I think they would be great for special occasions or those days when you know a washroom isn't going to be quite so accessible, perhaps on travel days?

If you do the 'pee dance' a little more than you'd like to admit, Stride Everyday Panties are worth checking out.  The great people at Stride Everyday have teamed up with the Momma Stuff Blog to give you all Free Shipping on orders over $30 AND we are giving away one free pair of Stride Everyday Panties in the size and style of your choice.

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Contest is now closed.  Congratulations to comment #11 Cherdon.

16 comments:

  1. I feel like I don't really need to look at their website to say WHY I want them. :-) After 2 kids, my control just isn't what it used to be. I love that they come in different styles, and even have a lacy thong!

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  2. I would like them pre-emptively and I think it's great there's no visible panty line. Also, they don't look any diff than regular wears.

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  6. uh, let's just say that I have a bad habit of holding it... *ahem*

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  8. I would like to try them out because being my age, the bladder isn't as strong as it use to be and since seconds count why not add some leakage protection along with comfort and style.

    cherdon@sympatico.ca

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