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Griffin Care Passport Premium Adult Briefs Heavy Absorbency

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  • heavy absorbency
  • cloth-like outer fabric
  • discreet
  • soft fabic
  • wetness indicator
Item# Description Size Price


Case of 96
$0.542 each




Case of 72
$0.562 each




Case of 64
$0.632 each


Medium - Case of 96
SKU: 6805


Large - Case of 72
SKU: 6825


Xlarge - Case of 64
SKU: 6815



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Passport Adult Briefs, manufactured by Griffin Care, are disposable, protective tab style briefs designed to protect against incontinence with the freedom and comfort of underwear. These Protective Underwear are a made from a stretchable, super absorbent polymer that feels more like real underwear.

These pull up style Adult Incontinence Diapers are an excellent choice for daily protection because the comfortable stretch waist and inner leg cuffs protect against leaks. Unlike some other Incontinence Briefs, the Passport Absorbent Briefs have a balanced core that locks away moisture, while the acquisition layer keeps the skin dry.

Passport Adult Briefs Features and Benefits

  • Feels Like Real Underwear
  • Acquisition Layer Keeps Skin Dry
  • Special Balanced Core
  • Cloth Like Material
  • Comfortable Stretch Waist
  • Made in the USA

Passport Adult Briefs Specifications
  • Absorbency: Super
  • Re-sealable
  • Material: Polymer
  • Product Numbers: 6805, 6825, 6815
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Griffin Care
Absorption Heavy
Backsheet Material Cloth-like

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Community Q&A

Product Questions

Is the description right? cause the picture and the name are briefs but the description suggests underwear
Question by: hdofu on Sep 16, 2016 2:31:28 PM
Briefs in this case is used as a synonym for underwear, so the description is correct.
Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Nov 21, 2016 3:57:00 PM
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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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