Women's Full Footed Nylon/Spandex Tights- custom tights using black spandex
Style : Jacquard
COCLOR : BLACK
Tights are a staple for every fall and winter wardrobe, but let’s face it – sometimes they can drive you crazy. There’s nothing worse than noticing a run on a new pair of tights or fussing with a waistband that just won’t stay put. That’s why it’s crucial to find a pair that’s comfortable, good-looking, and made to last.
The Good Housekeeping Institute Textiles Lab put dozens of tights to the test, evaluating them in the Lab for stretch recovery, snag resistance, bursting strength at the seams, colorfastness, and washability. We then had consumer testers wear them in real life to give feedback on comfort, waistband-rolling, snagging, running, stretching out and more. Read on to learn more about our top performers, but first, here's what you need to know when shopping for tights:
How to choose the best tights
Thickness is usually indicated by the denier – i.e. the fabric weight. In general, the higher the denier, the more opaque the tights, meaning they're thicker and less sheer. Any denier 40 and higher is considered opaque and not see-through, while anything less than 30 denier is more of a transparent, sheer stocking. You can find 80 denier (and even up to 100 denier) tights that are super thick and opaque.
Control top tights are essentially tights that have built-in shapewear. They help create a slimming look by smoothing areas like the tummy, hips and thighs. It’s really a matter of personal preference; our testers were mixed between liking the feeling of being held in vs. thinking it felt too constricting.
Our favorite tights offer something for everyone. The best part: our tests proved that you don’t have to spend a fortune to get high quality tights: In fact, some of the under-$10 tights outperformed ones that cost over $40! Below are the best tights you can buy:
1OVERALL BEST TIGHTSSuper Opaque Control Top Tight