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Dave in Norfolk

Support tights

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Has anybody tried the support tights that are meant to energise your legs? If so, do they work?

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Hi Dave. Yes I have tried them and yes I feel they work. I wear them quite often especially in winter. Feel way better at end of day for it.

xx Danica . 

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Yes, they do work. I find the John Lewis 40 denier firm ones very good. They wear well and are a good fit, the top of the panty doesn't roll down. The equivalent firm ones from M&S are only 20 denier and I've found that, although the fit is good, they tend not to wear as well as JL. Both ranges are available in half a dozen or so colours.

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Thank you Knylonnees. They have a John Lewis in Norwich so I will pop in next time in the city.

 

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I wear medical support hold up stockings a lot as I have vein problems - also use support tights medical or ladies as men's are very expensive and I know the difference if I leave support hose off for a day!

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Hi dave

i regularly wear the scholl range in tights,a bit on the expensive side but well worth it.legs don't ache and the added bonus of I don't realise I'm wearing them as they are so comfortable

 

 

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I've never tried support tights or stockings, but wear tights every day under my suit trousers. I always wear socks over if I'm wearing sheer to avoid it being noticed but if I'm wearing opaque black tights, I don't need socks. 

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