Leg Warmers - now Available in 3 Sizes
Remember the legwarmers from the 80's? Well they're back... but not so much for the look of the gym or the dance studio but for very practical reasons!
We made these especially for a customer who is in a wheel chair and they are easy to get off and on whilst giving warmth without overheating and help thermoregulate the body temperature.
Some other great uses are: under dresses, dancing, bike riding
There is no elastic in the top or bottom - we have just hemmed them and they may not be suitable for vigorous activity. These are designed to fit snugly to the leg - if you want to wear them over leggins or jeans etc go up a size!
Watch our fun take of legwarmers for dancing from the 80's Video
Sold as a pair... Two to a pack
FABRIC: 275gsm 100% Australian Merino
SIZES: Standard, Large & XL
FIT: These are a firm fit and are made with double knit jersey which has stretch. Measurements of actual product below:
Standard will fit an average size leg (S-M) up to about 46cm measuring approx. 10cm above the knee
Garment Measurements | 62cm Long | Circumference of top 28cm and bottom 24cm
Large will fit (L-XL) up to about 52cm measuring approx. 10cm above the knee
Garment Measurements | 65cm Long | Circumference of top 34cm and bottom 26cm
XL will fit (2xl -3XL up to about 58cm measuring approx. 10cm above the knee
Garment Measurements| 66cm long | Circumference of top 39cm and bottom 28cm
Elderly lady in nursing Home-bed-ridden won't allow them to come off except to wash and change--loves them-Speaks of warmth and comfort.
So glad we can help!!
Way too tight
These are super warm, but I just can't use them because they are too tight and uncomfortable. I have pretty normal legs, not big, and they are just too tight over leggings. I would think the standard would be a little bit looser and bendable.
Just bought a pair of your leg warmers, and need to let you know that they are FABULOUS! I'm a wheelchair user with poor circulation in my limbs, but these are great for keeping my legs warm under a light skirt in winter, whilst looking like a pair of leggings. Great job. I'll be back for more!
Thanks Melissa, glad we could help. Cheers Kerrie