What’s your ‘feeling’ about pantyhose?
What is it that we love so much about pantyhose? Is it the look, the feel, or both? Most people will admit that legs adorned in pantyhose look better than “bear” legs. I believe true lovers of pantyhose love their feel as much as their look.
What is silky?
Almost universally, people say pantyhose have a “silky” feel, probably because that’s the word they’ve always heard associated with pantyhose. But when they describe how pantyhose feel to the touch, most people use words such as “smooth,” “slick” or “slippery.”
I have always thought of pantyhose as silky, but to me, “silky” means extremely soft and delicate like the silk of a spider’s web.
Not exactly silky
When Lycra (the most widely known brand name for spandex) is added to the nylon fabric, you get a “support” effect. Spandex is a man-made synthetic blend of rubberized particles. That can be good for keeping pantyhose from sagging, or for therapeutic reasons.
Pantyhose made with spandex offer a smooth, slick or slippery feeling to the touch. If you run your hand over pantyhose like these, it will slide across effortlessly, as if on a glassy surface — like running your hand over a dolphin as it swims by.
I do understand how some people are attracted to pantyhose made with a bit of spandex. They can look alluring and still feel petty nice. On the other hand (or legs), pantyhose made with a high degree of spandex are very shiny (yeah, I know many people really like shiny) and elastic. To me, those pantyhose feel like a rubber band stretched to the max.
I believe this is the reason women say they hate pantyhose and complain that they are too tight, too hot and just too uncomfortable.
Give and take
What I love is the extremely soft and truly silky texture you get from 100 percent nylon pantyhose. I love that when you touch that fabric, it touches you back. It gives. It moves. When you touch this fabric, you can really feel it, and you can make the person wearing it feel what you feel because the pantyhose will move on her legs, forcing her to “feel” the soft and silky fabric against her body.
And then, there’s the overall concept of 100 percent nylon pantyhose. There’s just something very sexy about the sense of vulnerability that truly silky and delicate pantyhose provide.
Most of the pantyhose you find on the market today are made with some degree of spandex. What bothers me is that women who think pantyhose are uncomfortable might never have tried anything but that kind of pantyhose. Perhaps they don’t realize there is a choice.
I can’t fathom how anyone would describe the feeling of 100 percent nylon pantyhose as “uncomfortable.” Nothing could be softer, silkier and more delicate than 100 percent nylon pantyhose. They make your legs look perfect, they feel so nice on, and they feel incredible to the touch.
Pantyhose can be practical: The right thing to wear at the office, proper for a formal or special occasion, or good for a massage. Or, pantyhose can be beautiful, decidedly feminine and extremely sexy.
You do have a choice.
Posted on September 6, 2010, in Nylons, Pantyhose, Pantyhose fetish, Why women think they hate pantyhose, Why women won't wear pantyhose and tagged Pantyhose, The way pantyhose feel, The way pantyhose look, Why women don't wear pantyhose, Why women should wear pantyhose. Bookmark the permalink. 66 Comments.