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Rainbow-hued tights that come in 51 colors and are made to comfortably fit up to 375 lbs..
Promising review: “I'm 5'8″ 300 lbs. Long legs, thick, and very developed thighs and calves. Also generously proportioned in the buttocks, rounded stomach, cinched waist, and 44C in the breast. I give you these specifics to give you an idea of the challenge I experience when it comes to purchasing pantyhose. It is always a massive struggle to get them all the way up and to stay up. These are PERFECT. Not only do they fit, I even tuck them under my bra because they get that high. It's like wearing a full body Spanx. It holds very well.” —SASSSS66
Glistening shimmer tights to help you practice shine theory, literally.
Promising review: “I didn't think it was going to work. In fact, I was convinced these would be joining a drawer for of unworn, unloved hoisery. However, I really needed them to work with the outfit I'd planned and because I'm stubborn, I tried and tried and tried some more to pry these things up and over my 6' of curves. My work paid off! These hose that started by looking way too small finally gave in a stretched out to fit me (and hold me snugly!) once that work was done. These felt great on. No slipping, no sagging, no weirdness. I'm VERY pleased!” —PugMamaPDX
Trusty silky tights suited for every occasion, ever.
Promising review: “These are the first pair of tights I've owned that are comfortable. They keep you warm in winter, but you can still wear them in warm weather. They are just slightly sheer, depending on how far your size stretches them. I ordered the 3X and i am 5'5″ and 240 lbs. They are comfortable, go up to my waist and I could've possibly went down a size, as the legs tends to sag throughout the day. But I plan on ordering more of these in the near future, I just wish they had more colors to choose from.” —Bethany Broughton