Reusable Liner - Aisle
Reusable Liner - Aisle
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Reusable Liner - Aisle

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Brand Story: Aisle

The company, Aisle is not only renowned for its high quality, high performance products but for their commitment to ethical business and sustainability. They have been a “Best For The World” B Corp since 2017.

The Aisle Reusable liner is a smart, sustainable alternative to disposable liners. With an ultra-thin, leak-locking layer and fast-drying cotton top, this liner has got you covered from front to back. 

Simply snap the two wings together (tag side down) onto your normal underwear for edge-to-edge leak protection. 

The liner was designed to fit into your regular laundry routine. No need to soak - just give them a quick rinse in cool water, then wash and dry with your regular laundry.


Product Details:

  • Size:  7" (18cm)
  • The Liner holds up to 1 tampon* worth of fluid
  • Materials: 93% cotton 7% spandex top, 80/20 polyester/polyamide core, 95/5 cotton/spandex with TPUultra backing, POM snap
  • Super soft and -thin
  • Manufactured in Canada 
  • Discreet packaging

*Absorbency is measured based on the industry-standard junior tampon.

How to fold & wash:

The sustainability impact of using this product: 

  • 5 km of driving emissions avoided
  • 48 disposable pads replaced
  • 100.9 days of LED bulb energy saved 

Aisle product when air-dried compared to an equivalent quantity of disposable maxi pads.

Tackling the taboo: 

While periods aren't exactly something to celebrate for many of us, they're a natural bodily function that should not be seen as squeamish or gross. 

At Aisle, founders Suzanne and Madeleine provide people with periods with safe, effective and sustainable options designed for their comfort. Aisle is committed to transparency, sustainability, and inclusivity and have been actively tackling the period-related stigma around the world. To date, Aisle has mentored and assisted the launch of several organizations, and helped supply reusable pads and period underwear to more than 17,000 menstruating people in 18 different countries.