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Depend® Silhouette® Briefs for Women

Depend® Silhouette<sup>®</sup> Briefs for Women
  • Feminine Elastic Waistband
    creates a comfortable, natural brief-like fit.
  • Cotton-like fabric
    provides a look, fit and feel like real underwear and is smooth under clothes.
  • All around
    leg elastics

    help prevent leaks.
  • Worry-free
    odor control

    protects right where
    women need it most.

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Product Overview

Looks, fits and feels like real underwear. Cotton-like fabric creates a sleek, ultra-smooth fit under your clothes and is soft against the skin. The slim side profile provides great protection with a discreet fit, while the all-around leg elastics help protect you from leaks.

Style - Worn like underwear
S/M28-40 in34-46 in115-190 lbs
L/XL38-50 in44-54 in170-300 lbs

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 236reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just like regular underwear This is a great product. The other things out there are not as good but the Silhouette for women is great. They feel like regular underwear. This is all I wear now. So glad I found them. April 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by A womens comfort This product is very comfortable and I'm not ashamed to purchase this item. I am a satisfied customer and will continue to make purchases, and I suggest that you try it as well. The only little con is if you're wearing pants it's hard to change into another one, but other than that I enjoy this product. April 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by It Is What It Is..... My first thought was, "Oh No. It's now diaper time."I started with the "Feminine Pads" and then tried the Panty Liners. Even with the liners there can be a "leak that leads to embarrassment."The Depend Silhouette Brief feels like a "Real Panty" and not like a diaper at all. It is very discreet and unnoticeable to others. (We all know there are people out there that would ask, "Are YOU wearing a DIAPER?" But with the Silhouette you have no worries of that question being asked. You can once again feel like a Real Woman.) April 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Comfortable These briefs eliminate the need for bulky pads. They are very comfortable and don't show thru clothes. I definitely would recommend this to my friends. April 14, 2016
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A simple type of blind can be constructed by sewing the edges of long pieces of green cloth together, It is nearly two inches long when full grown. Its head is yellow striped with black; its body is white with narrow black and yellow cross-stripes on each segment. On the back of the second segment of the thorax there is a pair of black, whiplash-like filaments, and on the eighth joint there is a similar shorter pair. April 24, 2012
If a boy scout does not prove his thoughtfulness and friendship for animals, it is quite certain that he never will be really helpful to his comr On the back of the second segment of the thorax there is a pair of black, whiplash-like filaments, and on the eighth joint there is a similar shorter pair. When this caterpillar gets ready to transform to chrysalis, it hangs itself up by its tail end, the skin splits and gradually draws back, and the chrysalis itself is revealed--pale pea-green in color with golden spots. Anyone by hunting over a patch of milkweed anywhere in the United States during the summer is quite apt to find these caterpillars feeding. It will be easy to watch them and to see them transform, and eventually to get the butterfly. The same thing may be done with anyone of the six hundred and fifty-two different kinds of butterflies in the United States. Fishes may be roughly classified as fresh water, migratory between fresh and salt water, and marine. Among the families of American fresh-water fishes that are conspicuous on account of their size, abundance, or economic importance, or all of these, there may be mentioned the sturgeons, the catfishes, the suckers, the minnows or carps, the pikes, the killifishes, the trouts, salmons, and whitefishes, the perches, and the basses, and sun fishes. The migratory fishes fall into two groups, the anadromous and the catadtomous. April 24, 2012
The necessary equipment for scientific angling is so light and compact It should be the invariable practice of anglers to return to the water all uninjured fish that are not needed for food or study. April 24, 2012
When this caterpillar gets ready to transform to chrysalis, it hangs itself up by its tail end, The so-called water lizards are not lizards at all, but belong to the salamanders and are distinguished by having a naked body not covered with scales. Most of the true lizards are of very graceful form, exceedingly quick at running; others display the most gorgeous coloration which, in many of them, such as the chameleons, changes according to the light, or the temperature, or the mood of the animal. Not all of them have four legs, however, there being a strong tendency to develop legless species which then externally become so much like snakes that they are told apart with some difficulty. Thus our so-called glass-snake, common in the Southern states, is not a snake at all, but a lizard, as we may easily see by observing the ear openings on each side of the head, as no snake has ears. This beautiful animal is also known as the joint-snake, and both names have reference to the exceeding brittleness of its long tail, which often breaks in many pieces in the hands of the enemy trying to capture the lizard. That these pieces ever join and heal together is of course a silly fable. As a matter of fact, the body in a comparatively short time grows a new tail, which, however, is much shorter and stumpier than the old one. The new piece is often of a different color from the rest of the body and greatly resembles a "horn," being conical and pointed, and has thus given rise to another equally silly fable, that of the horn snake, or hoop snake, which is said to have a sting in its tail and to be deadly poisonous. The lizards are all perfectly harmless, except the sluggish Gila monster (pronounced Heela, named from the Gila River in Arizona) which lives in the deserts of Arizona and Mexico, and whose bite may be fatal to man. The poison glands are situated at the point of the lower jaw, and the venom is taken up by the wound while the animal hangs on to its victim with the tenacity of a bulldog. All the other lizards are harmless in spite of the dreadful stories told about the deadly quality of some of the species in various parts of the country. Nearly all insects go through several different stages. The young bird is very much like its parent, so is the young squirrel or a young snake or a young fish or a young snail; but with most of the insects the young is very different from its parents. April 24, 2012
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