Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Exclusive competition - win a pair of tights from Tights Please!

Hosiery For Men is pleased to announce an exclusive competition for our readers. The competition is in partnership with Tights Please who have made available five pairs of tights for the winners.



The competition is open now and will close at midnight on Thursday 29 March 2012.

The tights you can win are all styles that are suitable for men as they are available in extra large sizes. Prizes include include Falke Pure Matt 100 Denier Tights, Charnos 100 Denier Tights and Aristoc 120 Denier Cotton Sheen Tights.

All of these tights are available in Large or Extra Large sizes and therefore are a good choice for men.

The competition is open to anyone, not just UK residents, as there are Hosiery For Men readers across the world. The competition is aimed at men who would like to win some tights, but anyone can enter, including women (or men) who might like to win tights for themselves or for their partners.

It is easy to enter: all you need to do is follow Hosiery For Men on Twitter @hosieryformen and retweet the message about the competition. By retweeting the message you will be automatically entered into the competition.

Winners will be chosen on Friday 30 March 2012. Good luck!




5 comments:

  1. You mentioned 3 of the 5 prizes...what are the other 2, and what colour?

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  2. Cool!! I'm gonna take part! :D

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  3. Richard S. of California30 March 2012 at 20:30

    Actually won! Can't believe it. Wondering what I won and how it will be delivered!

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  4. Congratulations Richard. You need to Twitter DM to @tightsplease to supply your address details and also your size.

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  5. I love wearing tights/nylons to bed. Them just help me sleep better and longer. Even walking in them feels great. I watch for legs on a woman so much more than the chest or pretty much anything. A beautiful face is nice too along with personalities. Once again though, I love legs. It would only be fair for men to wear too. I do cover them though.

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