Reusable swim nappies are an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to disposables. Created with lightweight fabrics that won’t weigh bubs down, EcoNaps swim nappies feature an inner layer to catch number twos while letting liquids flow through. Your little one will make a splash in this beautiful and functional swim nappy.

Designed by ocean lovers in Byron Bay, Australia.

Swim Nappy Features:

Lightweight materials: EcoNaps swim nappies won’t weigh your baby down as they are made with lightweight, water-safe fabrics.

Adjustable waist snaps: Two sets of waist snaps ensure your water baby enjoys the perfect fit for longer.

Mess-free changes: Handy side snaps make removing swimmers after number twos a mess-free experience.

Fade-resistant: Fade-resistant fabrics ensure swim nappies will look great for many pool and beach adventures.

Australian design: These premium swim nappies are hand-designed with love and care in Byron Bay, Australia.


EcoNaps swim nappy fabrics are made from rPET recycled polyester and OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certified to contain no harmful chemicals.

Outer cover: Waterproof and breathable outer with heat-bonded TPU laminate to prevent leaks.

Inner cover: Quick-drying polyester mesh to catch number twos and let liquid pass through.

Swim Nappy Wash and Care:

Washing reusable swim nappies in 3 simple steps:

Step 1: Remove solids
Drop any solids in the loo and store the used cloth nappy in a dry pail.

Step 2: Washing
Wash at 40-60 degrees with detergent.

Step 3: Hang to dry
Air dry swim nappy or use a clothes/tumble dryer on low.

Available in three sizes:

Small – 4 to 7kg

Medium – 7 to 11kg

Large – 11kg +


Please note, swim nappies are designed to catch solids (even runny breastfed poo as this is quite viscous), not wee’s.  We recommend changing your little one into their swim nappy when you get to the pool / beach.  If you do want to change at home, pop a nappy over the top of your swim nappy for the trip there.

While swim nappies are designed to catch number two’s, it is imperative that bub is removed from the pool as soon as possible after doing one.  The longer your little one is in the water, the more the solids will dissipate and you may end up with a brown ooze!