For the ‘tweeners in size
What happens when you fall between sizes?
Lets say you weigh 135 pounds, but you are 5 feet, 8 inches tall. Should you order size B or size C?
B = 5’0 to 5’6 (120-135 lbs)
C = 5’3 to 5’8 (140-150 lbs)
In the size chart above, your weight tells you that you’re a size B, but your height argues that you’re a size C. For the best fit, which do you believe, height or weight?
Height is right
When it comes to all-nylon pantyhose, you want to listen to your height. I know … right?
Here’s why: Since ActSensuous pantyhose are 100 percent nylon (no Lycra/spandex) they will cling comfortably to your legs whether you’re a bit over or under the weight specifications.
If you’re over the range, the nylon is soft and flexible enough to make up the difference. And if you’re under the range, the fabric is constructed in a close-fit knit so that the extra space a particular size would accommodate won’t be too loose.
But you definitely won’t be comfortable trying to wear pantyhose that don’t make it all the way up to the crotch. That’s why you go by height.
So, in this example, while weight-wise, you could wear a size B, you’re better off going for the height of size C. And even though you don’t need the size C’s ability to accommodate more weight, the end result will just be a more comfortable fit for you.