Coming back to a style of tights that we have reviewed in the past is always exciting, and if it is a style that we liked then there is both anticipation and concern; are they as good as we remember?
Kunert is one of the best brands of hosiery for absolute quality, fit, and comfort. This German hosiery manufacturer makes some of the world’s most praised and well-received items of legwear and if you end up finding a pair of Kunert tights for yourself, you might just have discovered your new favourite brand of legwear. So what is it we love about them so much? Let’s find out.
Kunert Tights Are Some Of The Best Quality In The World
Kunert makes items of exceptional quality, mostly concentrating on fit and comfort, and other perennial qualities that every item of legwear should have. As for the designs themselves, Kunert loves the absolute classics of legwear, such as plain sheer tights, semi-opaque tights, and opaque tights instead of very seasonal fashion pieces. Their real talents lie in their technical accomplishments though.
Kunert And Their Best Ranges
They have made some of the best support tights and compression tights around, and have one particular range called Flay And Care that is a line up of flight socks and flight tights and hold-ups made for Lufthansa. They are available to buy for the public though, and if you need something that is stylish and elegant but also has the massaging and compression qualities needed for a long journey, then they are the ones for you. But all of this is not to say that Kunert tights are just technical hosiery, they also make some absolutely stunning items of legwear for wearing every day or for special occasions. Leg Control is a great example of this, a range of sheer tights and sheer hold-ups that offer slimming support and love as lustrous and as beautiful as any other high-end legwear.
Kunert Forming Effect is undoubtedly in the fashion category. First impressions on taking them from the packet are that they look small and feel heavier than 20 denier
Even before you open the packet, these tights stand out from the crowd. Firstly because of the pink seam and partly because of the inclusion of polypropylene in the fibre.
That knot on the packet isn’t an initiation test for the Scouts, nor is it an extract from a training manual for sailors. It is an enlarged detail of the way these tights are knitted. It’s Kunert’s answer to the problem of runs in tights.