Tuesday, 3 July 2012

New men's tights from Activskin®

Activskin® is the legwear brand of G.Lieberman and Sons, Ltd. Activskin® legwear has a leading place in the men's legwear sector and their products are sold by many retailers, both in the USA and increasingly in Europe. 

You can still read the Hosiery For Men feature on Activskin®: Part 1 and Part 2. You can also read my review of the Activskin® A857 Thermofabric™ Ribbed Light Support Tights.
Activskin® regularly launch new products. Here are two of the newest:

A894 Camouflage Tights

These tights contain 90% nylon microfiber and 10% Lycra® spandex and are available in M, L, XL, and XXL. They are footed and with a fly opening.

A679 Microfabric Light Support Sheer Pantyhose

These tights contain 84% nylon and 16% spandex. 
They are available in sizes M, L, XL, and XXL. 

According to the information on the Activskin® website:

This is a whole new concept in Hi-Glide™ mantyhose. This fabric is unlike any of our other styles. We discovered it in a woman's product of one of our suppliers, and asked if they could make it in a men's style for us. They did, they sewed in a fly panel, and we are pleased to offer a light support style that now comes with a fly opening. The fabric glides exceptionally well, not only under trousers but also against itself. The brief provides light support, too, making it perfect for guys who want to be cool and comfortable and just a little bit of control at the abdomen. This style features no crotch gusset but has a reinforced toe for added strength and durability. The M and L sizes have an upper fly panel that tapers to a point a few inches below the waistband, and a lower fly panel that goes back under the crotch, providing all-nylon fabric that stretches to support your "male equipment," and it ends at the tailbone.

The XL size has an upper fly panel that continues all the way to the waistband to provide for extra stretch for bigger guys, and the XXL size has that plus a lower fly panel that extends up the back to the waist, providing even more stretch.

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