Threads creates high-quality and comfortable hosiery for women and men that are designed in Canada and made in Italy.
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Edit: keeping the review below but tights developed runs after just a few wears. CS offered a promo code for a new pair but nothing significant and shipping costs are high. Pass. So instead of googling things I need, I have started searching for them on here and wow it paid off! I’ve been looking for a good pair of tights for foreeeever. All the ones I have either slip down, or rip. But these are perfect and high quality! They’re the perfect amount of sheer and the shaper isn’t too constrictive. I love that they’re made in Italy and the price is really fair. I was also excited to see how gender inclusive they are!
Love the tights, and the quality. Their marketing is really playful and makes tights for work feel much less stuffy.
I love the Threads brand and mission as well as the product! The tights are a super high-quality product for a drugstore price point. Will never buy tights anywhere else!
Best quality tights I have ever tried, and for the best price!
More kinds and patterns is the only critique I have, I’m obsessed!
The most comfortable and durable tights I own. I always had issues with my drugstore tights ripping from my long nails but I've never had that issue with Threads. I also like wearing them under pants because of the way they contour my waist. I'd recommend these to anyone looking for a high quality pair of tights at an affordable price!!
As someone committed to sustainability I don't buy new things lightly, but undergarments always have to be the exception. I otherwise buy for ethical production, quality, and price point--which is why I bought tights from Threads. They're a little more expensive than drugstore tights but feel high-end, and then as a textile snob I take their two OEKO-TEX certs into account (safe material, production).
In an ideal world, their packaging would be biodegradable and the tights would be made of recycled nylon without sacrificing the price point but, as a still-young small business, they're already setting a precedent for gender-inclusive hosiery.