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Body Wrapper's smooth waist tights ensure a seamless look and feel, are supremely soft, and can be worn footed or footless. Tights feature a wide waistband that can be worn high-waisted or rolled down, a seamless design, compression fabric, and a convertible foot.
Have worn these tights a few times now and am overall pretty satisfied with them. I got them for the claim of having a smooth waist, because it my number one tights annoyance is when tights (that otherwise fit) have a tight waistband creating a muffin top I don't really have or want - and those tight waistbands can also simply be uncomfortable. I haven't tried to wear these ones rolled down, like the description suggests, but sometimes they try to roll themselves down anyway, which I don't like - looks lumpy under my leotard when that happens, ugh. But when they do what they're supposed to do, which seems to be most of the time, I really like them. Just another little note to say that the convertible toe on these is on the short side, which is a bit exacerbated by my long toes, but mostly, that's not a big deal for me - just a minor nuisance that I tend to forget about once I get going (I just prefer the opening to be under the arch of my foot, rather than the ball of my toes).