Find out why our maternity tights are recommended as the best pregnancy tights by thousands of mums. You’ll adore the support and comfort to your bump, hips, and pelvis. Say bye-bye to pregnancy back pain with targeted compression without feeling restricted or bulky. The high-rise waistband gives full coverage, over-the-bump support. These tights will keep you moving and active during pregnancy.
Don't forget to pack your pregnancy tights in your hospital bag. Recommended post-partum including post c-section. The shape retention fabric providing a comfortable fit without added pressure.
– full length – can be worn for both prenatal and postnatal exercise – high-rise belly band expands with you as you grow – squat-proof: zero transparency – support fit promotes core stability and reduces pregnancy aches and pains (including pelvic pressure or dysfunction, and back and hip pain) – flat-locked seams and gusset for comfort – 8-way stretch – moisture-wicking – UV protection rating 50+
Model 1 wears an S. She is a size 8-10 and 176cm tall and 34.5 weeks pregnant.
Model 2 wears an 2XL. She is a size 18-20 and 163cm tall and 29 weeks pregnant.
We suggest purchasing your pre pregnancy size. Our maternity tights are designed with space to accommodate a growing bump. Choosing your usual size means they will fit correctly around your hips and legs. In our experience if you are between sizes or unsure then it's best to size up.
How to wear
1st trimester:As soon as the waistband on your regular leggings start to feel tight.
2nd trimester:Keep exercising as your belly grows with added support and a comfortable fit. These tights are designed to stay in place all workout.
3rd trimester:Ease pregnancy aches and pains with support for your back and hips. Compression fit assists in reducing leg swelling and soreness.
Postnatal/recovery: Continue to wear postpartum as you take your time in getting back into regular leggings. Or transition to our Recovery Tights after having your baby which may help speed up recovery and reduce postnatal related aches and pains
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