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Comfilon Activskin - Pantyhose for Men!
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I tripped across this product on ebay, and figured I'd give it a try. I have to say, I am pleasantly surprised.

First, I am 6 foot 4 inches tall (193cm), I have reasonably long legs, and an athletic build on top.

I've tried numerous types of women's pantyhose and catsuits, but nothing every fits right (or at least stays in place).

Anyhow, came across this company, the specs seemed to indicate that they might actually fit, so I decided to buy a couple of pair and try them out. Well, I'm happy to announce that they do in fact fit, and they fit really well. Plus they seem to be well made, and I'm very satisfied.

Check them out if you get a chance. Here's a link to their U.S. ebay store.

eBay.com store: ComfiLonsActivskin

I got a pair of the sheer body stocking, and a pair of the A857 Thermofabric™ Ribbed Light Support Tights (which are much thicker and daker than what the photo shows). Very dense material (which I like.. felt great putting them on)

Also, they were packaged discretely, but on top of that, if someone did open them, the internal packaging looked like sportswear, so unless they were really opened, and even tried on, I doubt anyone would know what they were (if you are concerned about that kind of thing).

Maybe I'll post some photos of me wearing them if there's any interest in that.

ca
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The "quality" question still remains. Usually women's pantyhose are both better made (look&feel&fit) and cheaper than men's. I never understood why men's tights cost so much.

OK, back to the question: do Coomfilon pantyhose feel at least as good as Oroblu, Kunert, Falke and similar "women's" brands?

I'm not sure if Oroblu/Kunert do anything for 193cm, though....
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(12 Jun 2012, 02:45 )Like Ra Wrote: The "quality" question still remains. Usually women's pantyhose are both better made (look&feel&fit) and cheaper than men's. I never understood why men's tights cost so much.

OK, back to the question: do Coomfilon pantyhose feel at least as good as Oroblu, Kunert, Falke and similar "women's" brands?

I'm not sure if Oroblu/Kunert do anything for 193cm, though....

If you like a thicker pair, the A857 Thermofabric™ Ribbed Light Support Tights feel great. As for quality, I don't have quite the experience that you have. But based on the 20 or so pair I have tried, these are as good as any.

They are expensive though, no doubt. Hopefully they'll last. Can't wait until winter again, I'll wear these when I ride my road bike in the early morning.

On another note, I would normally buy the biggest size of anything, but the ebay posting said the hosiery would stretch top to bottom and not out so buy a size smaller (which I did), I went with the XL size instead of the XXL and am glad I did for the A857 Thermofabric™ Ribbed Light Support Tights. I could actually even go one size smaller.

However on the A308 Microfabric™ Sheer Bodystocking for Men Beige I would probably go one size larger, since they are a bit too tight for me on the top.

ca
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