Depend Fit-Flex Underwear for Women Maximum Absorbency LG



Directions for Use: Step in. Slip off. Look for the oval located below the waistband - the oval indicates the back. Discard in trash.



New sizing for better comfort, Depend FIT-FLEX for Women is your best fit guaranteed. Improved waistband for added security and an underwear-like fit, cloth-like material provides comfort that feels like real underwear. Confidence Core Technology provides dry, comfortable protection for postpartum bleeding or bladder leaks. Maxiumum incontinence protection, disposable underwear trap and lock in odor, and come in a feminine, neutral tan color. Form-fitting LYCRA* strands offer a smooth, comfortable fit that is more flexible† to move with you unlike bulky adult diapers †vs. leading bargain brand. Depend incontinence panties for women always ship in a plain, discreet, corrugated box and are FSA-eligible in the U.S. only.

Other Description

Soft, lightweight fabric in neutral tan color. Maximum absorbency traps and locks in odor. Form-fitting Lycra® strands for smooth, comfortable fit. Confidence core* technology - For fast absorption and dry, comfortable protection. Trusted protection. Maximum Absorbency: Size ... Waist ... Weight. S/M ... 28-40 in (71cm - 102cm) ... 115-190 lbs (52kg - 86kg). L ... 38-50 in (97cm - 127cm) ... 170-260 lbs (77kg - 118kg). XL ... 48-64 in (122 cm - 163 cm) ... 200-300 lbs (91kg - 136kg). †Than Depend® Maximum 17ct. Made from domestic and imported material. May be patented, see ® Registered trademark and * Trademark of Kimberly-Clark Worldwide Inc. Lycra® is a trademark of Invista. Consumer Services: Kimberly-Clark Corp., Dept. DUWLMX-38, P.O. Box 2020, Neenah, WI 54957-2020 USA. Call: 1-800-558-6423. Leave a review at © KCWW.


Fit-Flex Underwear for Women Maximum Absorbency LG.


Caution: To avoid risk of suffocation, please keep plastic bags away from infants and children. Like most articles of clothing, underwear can burn if exposed to flame or other source of ignition.
Bladder and bowel incontinence may be caused by a condition that can be medically treated. Please see your doctor for professional advice.
Do not flush.