Depend Real Fit Briefs Maximum S/M - 12 CT
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Discard in trash. Directions for use: Step in. Slip off. Printed tag indicates the back.
DescriptionDepend Real Fit Incontinence Briefs with maximum absorbency provides the same trusted protection, now with improved quality and fit. Now more breathable with a soft fabric, a secure fit waistband and leg elastics to help prevent leaks. Men’s incontinence briefs with premium cotton-like fabric and a masculine design that is soft, durable and available in three colors: black, grey and blue. Depend Real Fit for Men Briefs are available in sizes small/medium (28–40-in. waist) and large/extra-large (38–50-in. waist). Depend incontinence products for men ship discreetly in a plain corrugated box and are FSA-eligible in the US only.
Other DescriptionBreathable premium cotton-like fabric. Super absorbent material traps and locks in odor. Signature stretch material for a close-to-body fit. Comfortable leg elastics to help prevent leaks. Exclusive range of colors. Stretch waistband for a secure fit. Size ... Waist ... Hips ... Weight. S/M ... 28-40 in (71 cm - 102 cm) ... 34-46 in (86 cm - 117 cm) ... 115-190 lbs (52 kg - 86 kg). L/XL ... 38-50 in (97 cm - 127 cm) ... 44-54 in (112 cm - 137 cm) ... 170-260 lbs (77 kg - 118 kg). Maximum absorbency designed for comfort and protection throughout your day. Have lighter leaks? Try Depend® For Men Guards or Shields. Made from domestic and imported material. how2recycle.info. May be patented, see www.kimberly-clark.com/patents. ® Registered Trademark and Trademark of Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. Consumer Services, Kimberly-Clark Corp. Dept. DRFMS-12, P.O. Box 2020, Neenah, WI 54957-2020 USA. Call: 1-800-558-6423. For more information on Depend® products or continence management: NZ: Consumer Advisory Service 0800 733 703. Aust: Consumer Advisory Service 1800 028 334, visit us at www.depend.com.au. Leave a review at www.depend.com. © KCWW.
WarningsDo not flush.
Caution: Like most articles of clothing, briefs 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.