Size Guide All Tights
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This Burgundy has a gorgeous warm richness – it’s fantastic with other shades of berry red but looks incredible with blues and yellows too. These are great for work – but have enough of a colour pop to give a going-out outfit a bit of something special.
Our 80 denier tights are properly opaque. Engineered to be cosy outside in the biting cold, but beautifully breathable so they are perfectly comfortable inside too.
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Composition: 91% Polyamide, 8% Elastane & 1% Cotton
PRICES: We do our best to keep our prices as low as possible - so rather than doing offers and sales we give these ongoing discounts
10% off for 5 or more items
15% off for 10 or more items
(Applied automatically at checkout)
SIZING: Unlike other brands we vary the width as well as the length of our tights so they really fit. Our tights come in 7 size variants, to fit dress sizes 32-64. Use our handy Size Guide to help you find the right choice for you - Size Guide
CONSTRUCTION: Most of our tights and shorts have a cotton gusset and stretch in 3 dimensions to allow for comfort sizing across the width of the thigh. They have a comfort Elastane waistband and flat seams which don’t sag and roll or leave marks on the body. This includes the sheer pantyhose but not the fishnets, obviously. Our mock garter and crotchless styles don't come with a gusset, but neither do our Janet and Time Warp designs.
Our tights and shorts are made up of 88% Polyamide, 10% Elastane and 2% Cotton.
Our merino wool tights are made up of 50% Merino Wool, 40% Polyamide and 10% Elastane.
CARE: Always wash your Snags before you wear them the first time, to make sure there is no residual dye on them. Always wash your tights with similar colours as they may run in the wash. Tights can get caught in the drum of a washing machine so always either hand wash them or else put them inside a pillow case or lingerie bag to protect them. Always squeeze dry, don’t tumble dry, and avoid direct heat because it degrades the stretch.