This Hanes shaping tights review addresses the quality, the effectiveness of these opaque tights in shaping and smoothing my midlife bloated belly. It also assesses the price-performance ratio, thermal comfort and provides an outfit idea.
- Do Hanes tights adapt to body comfort?
- Tights for thermal comfort at below zero temperatures
- Hanes tights shape and smooth
- Great price-performance ratio
- Summary of Hanes Shaping Tights Review
Disclosure: Ad. The tights are a sample of my choice from Hanes Hosiery. The post is not endorsed by Hanes Hosiery. I wrote it entirely on my own and the post represents my own 100% honest opinion.
Do Hanes tights adapt to body comfort?
Last week, I got these Hanes shaping and smoothing tights as a sample for review in the mail. The package stated:
Designed to adapt to your body temperature for all day comfort.
I have to admit I was skeptic. Tights serve to insulate our skin against the elements. Thus, the statement would mean that the tights would only marginally conduct body heat to the environment, i.e. only enough to avoid overheating.
Tights for thermal comfort at below zero temperatures
Last week was perfect to test them. We had the first cold snap of the winter with temperatures down to -15F (-26oC). Under these conditions, I usually wear two pairs of tights, but I wore just this pair of Hanes tights. What was the difference? I did not feel a difference in thermal comfort when walking the maybe 300 yards from the parking lot to the office building. The legwear’s insulation worked as well as my usual wearing two pairs of tights.
The big advantage was less bulk. 🙂
Why is this great? Because any squeezing of the toes in boots due to doubling of tights means your toes get cold faster than without. Learn more on avoiding cold feet at frigid temperatures in this guide.
I really love the fact that these tights permit omitting to double up on tights. <3 🙂
Now, what about the thermal comfort inside the office? I swapped shoes as all women in Alaska do. I wore the black pumps shown in the photos and felt fine. My legs and feet weren’t sweating at all. Well, they also weren’t cold.
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Hanes tights shape and smooth
Another feature is the high waist shaping and smoothing panty (photo below). It gives full control from the bra down. The gel band helps to hold the tights up without VPL. <3Nicely shaped belly and legs without the extra bulk of shapewear. #Hanes #shapinghosiery Click To Tweet
Great price-performance ratio
The price of these beautiful tights is only $18 in their online store. I expect them to last for at least one winter season, if not longer. Given that they are black, they can be styled with nearly every skirt or dress, i.e. they are a wardrobe workhorse. Thus, the price-performance ratio is excellent. I will definitely buy a new pair once these have to be retired.
And yes, I would recommend them to my BFF.
Summary of Hanes Shaping Tights Review
The opaque black Hanes tights shape and smooth your belly and legs while keeping you comfy in winter when walking a couple of blocks. They are wardrobe workhorse of great quality. For only $18 the cost-per-wear goes fast below $1. This threshold is my criterion for an excellent price-performance-ratio. You can buy these Hanes shaping and smoothing tights online.Opaque black shaping and smoothing tights go with nearly everything in your winter wardrobe. #Hanes #hosiery Click To Tweet
Does your office dress code allow you to wear opaque tights at work? Do you have to wear corporate style? Do you wear tights in winter? Down to which temperature do you wear tights? Just curious.
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