I offer a few different sizes/shapes of Gliner, as well as the option for the regular Mini pantyliners to have an extra snap setting to allow it to be used in g-string/thong underpants. The "Small" Gliner may also be useful for regular shaped underpants that have a very narrow crotch.
(14cm long, 7-6cm crotch)
(Approx 15cm long and 5cm wide at crotch)
This is a combination of the Mini and Stringray, giving the same type of coverage as the mini, but with the more standard triangular shape. Suited for use with underwear that has a narrow crotch but still has a "back".
(20cm long, 5cm wide)
This is "Turned and Topstitched" Gliner (the other styles are overlocked/serged). Provides coverage at the front as well as having a "tail" for coverage at the back.
(22cm long, 7cm crotch)
The shape of this reminds me of the shape of a stingray! This has a longer 'tail' than the other styles.
(24cm long, 7-6cm crotch)
This liner is longer at the front as well as having a longer tail, so it provides more coverage at both front and back. The front comes up about 8.5cm from when the wings start, so gives more coverage at the front than the other styles.
"Cone" snap setting?
Positioning of the snaps to make the pad form a cone shape can help the pad sit better in the underpants by helping minimise the "tail" part slipping out from where it should be. The Mini Gliner snaps into a much more "coney" cone shape, as you can see from the pictures. This stops it being able to shift about at all, but it does provide layers of overlapped wing that aren't really needed. The "Stingray" and "Long" Gliners can also be made to snap in a slightly cone-like way, which won't completely stop the "tail" shifting, but can help keep the pad in the more triangular shape
measurements given are approx only