Gerbe Mens 100 Denier Opaque Silk Tights

Designers are always trying to reinvent the way we look at our clothing. Some designers are blurring the lines between gender to change what we’re wearing. Enter the humble new term, mantyhose.

Man bags are the classic example. As they are extremely popular in Europe, they have inspired designers to make other types of items too. Now, Jean Paul Gaultier has released his range of guyliner, inspired by the man bag and other new types of clothing. But it is mantyhose that we are interested in.

Certainly not a new phenomenon, tights for men is still a ground-breaking statement in the fashion world. Men in tights have been the norm for hundreds of years. Now, it is understandable that the trend is returning.

Big Business, however, might just ruin the return. Selfridges have been the first big department store to take on the products. But for some years now, smaller businesses have been making anatomically designed men’s tights. And they have been selling them at a reasonable price. We are one of these smaller companies that are selling mantyhose.

Compared to Selfridges charging £70 per pair, Parisian brands like Gerbe are a steal, with some of their items selling at less than £20 and European brand WoMan selling theirs at less than £10. Whoever said that cutting edge fashion had to be so costly?

It wasn’t us and we stand by our belief, hosiery should be affordable and for everyone who cares to wear it. That is why we are expanding our tights for men section. And there is definitely something here for you if you are a man who enjoys wearing tights.

(10) Comments

  1. […] I realised that Dawn posted on men’s tights a few months ago, and it got some pretty positive feedback, so I thought it might be time to recycle that old post […]

  2. They are a great choice. Pop us a message at [email protected] if you need any advice for your next shop! Thanks!

  3. Steve says:

    I have been wearing tights for more years than I care to remember, so tights for men is not new for me.

  4. Anonymous says:

    mens underwear that is polyester based is the stuff i love to wear, polyester does not stain that much compared to cotton ,-~

  5. Anonymous says:

    mens underweare should be as comfortable as possible because men always engages in a lot of physical work.`-

  6. Gaby says:

    Nice post mate

  7. E Bobrake says:

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  9. William says:

    Its really good that UK Tights recognises that many men like to wear tights and caters to this segment of the market. I can confirm that both the gerbe and WoMan tights are excellent – actually the latter are brilliant – the most comfortable tights I have ever worn. However I have also found that some brands of women’s tights also fit really well. The Charnos 60 denier opaque are fantastic value and are great under jeans or trousers for an extra layer of warmth in cold weather.

  10. Steve Newman says:

    I agree that the 70Lb price for Selfridge’s ‘Mantihose’ line is pretty staggering. Part of the reason for the high price may be because these aren’t really tights or pantyhose, but more like leggings, which would typically cost more. That’s just my take from the photos that were available in the press when they were first launched.

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