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Say Good-Bye to Cold, Cramped Toes and Hello to Bootights!

Ladies, it is leggings season! If you want to steer clear of tights that have little-to-no stretch AND barely keep your feet warm, then you will love Bootights. These unique tights that I was gifted for review have a sheer black look, but the part that covers your foot is a supportive sock. This is truly brilliant for the cold weather when you still want to wear dresses and skirts.

Bootights review

I found the tights to be comfortable, easy to put on, and very warm around my feet! The attached sock allows for more support, and Bootights gives you the sock and tights in one piece so you have one less thing to worry about! Here is what Bootights has to say:

“Bootights features a variety of colors and patterns. Durable, with superior fabric memory, they incorporate a super-soft, non-rolling waistband and control top for all-day support and smooth silhouette. At the bottom are performance socks made from moisture wicking fibers that keep feet cool and dry, with a mesh zone aiding ventilation. Compression arch is complemented by additional cushioning in the toe and heel to reduces snags and runs, and a flat toe seam which eliminates uncomfortable 'tight toe.'”

This fashion-meets-comfort product is worth buying because you will never have to worry about pulling your socks up all day long. (Hate when this happens!) The socks are sewn in with mid-calf and ankle-tall versions for any boot height.

Bootights review

Bootights range from about $32-$40. This is a bit pricey if you already have tights and separate socks you love, but if you are looking for the perfect pair of new tights and socks, then Bootights are a practical choice to avoid buying two separate items.

Bootights review

Bootights are available at and retailers nationwide including Nordstrom, Bloomingdales,,, etc. You can also follow Bootights on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Disclosure: I received the pair of tights featured in this post for free. The decision to write this review and all opinions expressed are my own.
Or just wear socks over your tights so you don't have to pay $32... My socks never bunch down.
#1 stephanie on 2013-11-22 12:47 (Reply)
I agree with stephanie. Its a brilliant but 32 to 40 dollars per pair is a little steep especially considering I'm rough on tights and ripped them frequently. If I'm wearing tall boots I just wear long socks anyway so I don't have to worry about the socks rolling down.
#2 Shiquita on 2013-11-22 12:56 (Reply)
I agree with everyone so far, that price is really steep. And I'm not really sure what problem these are solving... I don't have any problem with the tights/socks combination. Though I suppose they might be helpful if you have large calves and trouble finding boots that aren't too tight.
#3 Rachel on 2013-11-22 13:08 (Reply)
Yeah ... nice ... but if you really have a problem with wearing separate socks, you can probably DIY this for far cheaper.

Still, it'd be nice not to wear tights-material on the feet ... just not as moisture-wicking as cotton socks.
#4 Gloria on 2013-11-22 14:18 (Reply)
These are awesome!! I definitely want some for the looming colder months!
#5 Chic in Academia (Homepage) on 2013-11-22 14:37 (Reply)
What a great idea but the price is a but expensive for me.
#6 Cynthia on 2013-11-23 10:59 (Reply)
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