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WoMan Mens Dynamic Tights
WoMan Mens Dynamic Tights
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These dynamic tights are designed to give your legs a helping hand. With more Lycra in the fabric for greater compression, they give you support whether you are sitting, standing, or active.The compression effectively massages your legs, giving a boost to the circulation and lending support to your ankles. Designed to replace socks and underwear with one comfortable garment, that keep you cool in the summer and warm on those cold winter days. They have a soft comfortable waistband and flat seams.


* 40 denier
* Matte appearance
* Reinforced toes
* Boxer brief
* Cotton crotch
* 82% Nylon
* 18% Elastane

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Average Rating 5

P Ellen, Rated: 5

Great tights. Feel very very nice although my boyfriend and I normally prefer sheers. Vey comfortable and I highly recommend them for both male and female wearers. We each have a pair and they are very cosy to sleep in.

S Scott, Rated: 5

I'm very impressed, comfortable giving my legs the extra support I need. I feel taller in them, weird, I know. I really like the ides of not bothering with socks. Good for the cooler weather while wearing lighter trousers. I used to get leg cramp in cooler times, not now. I'd recommend them, but not a subject we men talk about.

Anonymous, Rated: 5

Incredibly comfortable tights,very cosy,a superb fit.I particularly like the cashmere shade which doesn't seem to feature too often in womens tights range.I am a male customer and I certainly would order these again.

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