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Preggers Maternity Light Support Footless Tights
Specially designed for pregnant tummies, these footless tights have a unique top that should fit all stages of pregnancy. 10-15mmHG gradient compression* in the legs eases swelling and fatigue and a support panel in the tummy area gives added stability. Made in the USA.
Fiber Content: 76% nylon, 24% Lycra®
Hand wash in cool water, line dry.
Sizing Tips: Sizing is based on pre-pregnancy weight.
Medium: fits about 5'-5'8", 110-150 lbs (not recommended for taller folks over 135 lbs)
Large: fits about 5'2"-6', 150-190 lbs (not recommended for taller folks over 170 lbs)
Because tights can be tricky to fit and there are a lot of ranges in height and weight, drop us a line with your measurements and inseam and we can help you find the right size.
Additional Info: The stretchy top can be worn folded, or unfolded to cover the belly. Wicking ability adds even more to your comfort.
What we call "Dove Grey" the packaging names as "Parisian Blue", but it's the same shade!
Our tester tells us that, due to the compressive nature of the legs of these leggings, they can be difficult to put on, however once in place they do not move.Also available as a footed tight!
* Gradient compression has the most support at the ankle, decreasing in pressure at the top of the leg, to encourage better blood flow.
PLEASE NOTE: Please be aware that leggings, tights, and other products considered intimate wear are non-returnable once removed from their original packaging.
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