Oroblu Unique 20 Seamless Tights

Oroblu Unique 20 Seamless Tights

Ask our reviewers what type of tights excite them the most, and they will all have a favourite, then they will say “and of course top quality sheers” before remembering sheer seamless tights and starting to recount when they first tried a pair.

Oroblu Shakira Seamed Tights

Oroblu Shakira Tights

As you can imagine, after running this site for so many years, we have seen a lot of hosiery; and a lot of attempts to male something that stands out. So for us to be wowed by the design of a pair of tights is quite something.

Oroblu Riga 20 Tights

Oroblu Riga Seamed Tights

quick review of the various styles of seamed tights on the market reveals that most brands add the seamed design to one of their sheer (10-15 denier) styles. Oroblu chose 20 denier, something we have only seen before from Wolford. Not bad company to be in!

Oroblu Repos 70 Tights

Oroblu Repos 70 Tights

We liked the Oroblu Repos 40 tights, and this 70 denier version certainly matches the former for the volume of information on the packet. These tights do, too; support, massage, aromatherapy, brew tea, wash the dishes (well, not entirely; we made the last two up to see if you are paying attention!)

Oroblu Repos 40 Tights

Oroblu Repos 40 Tights

We have criticised tights packets in the past for not giving enough information. There is no way you can level that criticism at these tights from Oroblu. If anything, we would say that the wealth of technical knowledge is so overwhelming that you could forget to consider how they look and feel.

Oroblu Intrigo 20 G-String Tights

Oroblu Intrigo 20 Tights

This is anything but a new style, but we have struggled to get a pair for review for some reason. On the first inspection, they have been worth the wait. There is an unmistakable feel of quality to these tights from Oroblu, right up with Wolford and Fogal.

Oroblu Cherie Tights

Oroblu Cherie Tights

Those of us with long memories will recall that lace pattern hosiery was very much the in-thing in the mid-1980s. We liked them then, and we want them now too. So how do the current designs stand up?