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The Hold & Stretch Footed Tight is semi-opaque with excellent support and durability and is suitable for all types of dance. Features include a comfortable 1" plush waistband and dyed-to-match gusset. See sizing tab for important fitting suggestions.
My daughters tried these tights for the first time and love them. They have to wear a certain brand for performances and they do not tend to hold up as well in practice. These are great so far and we will definitely get more!
I bought a pair of these tights for my five year old. She lightly brushed against a door frame and they snagged the first day! She hadn't even worn them an hour, and hadn't even arrived at her first ballet class that afternoon. I paid retail price for them at a dance shop in town, only because they didn't have the less expensive brand I wanted in the color required by the teacher. What a waste!
The size chart for each tight can be found on the individual tight, directly under the large picture under "alternate views". Size charts on tights are always shown as minimized pictures. You can also see the size chart for the 14C directly at > http://image.discountdance.net/image/560x600/14c_inset2.jpg. - DDS Customer Service (06/06/2013)
I found the size chart on the product information page for the tights, it is in a tab. - Lilysgrandma (05/08/2014)
Is the child's "I" size the same as the "small/medium" shown in the sizing chart under "alternate vi
by: Kwatts (05/07/2013)
Yes. The intermediate is show on the size chart between small and medium as "medium/small". - DDS Customer Service (05/07/2013)
yes the small/medium is the I = ) - Dancemom1031 (06/18/2013)
It took me a little while to figure out the size I. What helped the most was the dimensions on the sizing chart, I found the I size to be a 6X to XS size range. My tiny dancer is tall for her age but willowy at the waist line, legs and arms. - Lilysgrandma (05/08/2014)
The large child would be considered a 10-12, however, please see our size chart listed under alternate views below the pictured item to ensure the best fit. Tights go by weight and height. - DDS Customer Service (02/22/2013)
For each item they sell, they have a sizing tab on each product description. Make sure you check it out, it gives the body measurements that each size should fit. - Lilysgrandma (06/15/2015)