Our solution: Double-covered microfiber yarn.
Our tights are made using double-covered yarn and have a smoother finish, making them less likely to static and stick to your clothes. The days of using hairspray to to get rid of the static are over.
Our solution: A contoured control top.
Our waistband and control top are contoured, meaning it hugs and lifts all the right areas without feeling constrictive and restrictive. A waistband that feels like second skin, not a corset.
A control top that starts higher on the thigh.
We've taken up the control top a few inches on the thigh. No more more peekaboo when wearing shorter skirts & dresses.
A more realistic leg length that actually corresponds to your size.
Our leg length corresponds to size and is an average of 2” longer than the typical pair on the market.
Double reinforced toe.
Our toes have added reinforcement, while still staying sheer and soft.
Toss them in a laundry bag and wash cold, gentle cycle. Hang dry. Store away from direct sunlight.
There are some things Italians just know how to do better. Tights are one of them.
We're proud to say that Threads are made by our factory partners in Castel Goffredo in Northern Italy, also known as the global capital of hosiery. They've been at it since the 70's. In other words? They're really good at what they do.
We think it’s crazy that many luxury tights brands charge a 5-10x markup. By going directly to the factory and cutting out the middlemen, we’re able to offer you the same tights at a fraction of the going price.
We keep our overhead costs low with our lean (but mighty) team.
We don’t use third-party retailers, thus avoiding their hefty markup.
I’m a little embarrassed to say I enjoy wearing Threads tights under my jeans when I go walking. They are comfortable and keep my legs warmer. I’d need more courage to wear them outside with a skirt.
Has anyone noticed that about half of the reviews here are from men, yet on the website and social media (Instagram) this is totally ignored? Anyway. I have purchased a few pair and have only worn 2 so far. They hold up really well, but they are a bit on the thick side (guessing around 40 denier). I'd like to see something a bit more sheer. Also, I am not sure why, but the black color ones seem to slip down over the day and I am having to readjust a few times a day. The Ivory ones don't seem to have this problem. I have washed them several times and they have held up very well. Hoping to see more options in the future.