Size Guide All Tights
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Last year we developed some rib tights, which were snuggly and warm, we didn’t make them a core product because the construction of the ribs meant they were prone to ripping. We fixed that with these cashmere tights, we’ve used a super stretchy stitch.
So stretchy in fact we only need two sizes. We’ve pared it with butter soft cashmere to make truly snuggly tights. We would massively appreciate your feedback on these to see if we’ve cracked the rib tight - if you like them we can bring them back for winter in lots of colours.
60% Viscose 28% PA 7% Cashmere 6% Elastane.
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SIZING: Unlike other brands we vary the width, as well as the length of our tights and Chub Rub shorts so they really fit. Our tights come in 7 size variants, to fit dress sizes 4-36. Use our handy Size Guide to help you find the right size for you - Size Guide.
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 3 or more items.
15% off for 5 or more items.
25% off for 10 or more items.
(Applied automatically at checkout).
CONSTRUCTION: Our tights and shorts have a cotton gusset and stretch in 3 dimensions allowing for comfort sizing across the width of the thigh. They feature a comfort Elastane waistband and flat seams that don’t sag and roll, or leave marks on the body. This includes our sheer pantyhose but not the fishnets.
Tights are made from: Polyamide (88%), Elastane (10%) Cotton (2%).
Chub Rub shorts are made from: Polyamide (92%), Elastane (7%), Cotton 1%.
CARE: Always wash your Snags before wearing them the first time, this ensures no residual dye is left on them. Always wash your tights with similar colours as they may run in the wash. Tights and shorts can get caught in the drum of a washing machine, so always either hand wash or put them inside a pillow case or lingerie bag to protect them. Always squeeze dry, don’t tumble dry, and avoid direct heat as it degrades the stretch.