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Therafirm Compression Hosiery

Therafirm Preggers Maternity Support Leggings

Style DP5


Low Compression10-15 mmHg

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Preggers Maternity Support Leggings » £36.50 - Therafirm Style DP5 - Maternity Support Tights from Pebble UK
  • Preggers Maternity Support Leggings Black
  • Preggers Maternity Support Leggings Ocean
  • Preggers Maternity Support Leggings Navy
  • Preggers Maternity Support Leggings White
  • Preggers Maternity Support Leggings in Coal
  • Preggers Maternity Support Leggings Eggplant

These wonderful maternity support leggings (tights) are perfect for pairing with favourite dresses or tunics and the footless design leaves toes free to wiggle or wear with sandals, flats, heels or boots.

Unique waistband can be worn over or under the belly, and built-in tummy support panel gives sense of stability for bump and lower back.

Super, soft material that is breathable and made with micro-cool to wick moisture away from the body, keeping you comfortably cool and feeling fresher for longer. Smooth seams do not dig into the tummy or show under clothes.

Light gradient compression effectively aids blood flow, making sure your legs are energised, preventing swelling and leg fatigue, and helping to prevent the onset of varicose veins.

Please be aware the waistband on these tights are very soft and stretchy, they do not have a 'y-shaped' designated baby pouch, they are just designed to stretch.

So what's the difference between the Preggers Maternity Support Leggings and the Preggers Footless Maternity Support Tights? The Leggings are thicker, more opaque and more softer to the touch. Although titled as 'Leggings', they are still actually tights, just thicker.

Currently only available in Small, Medium or Large.  Please use current weight.

  • Graduated Compression 10-15 mmHg
  • Fold Under or Over Bump
  • Footless Design
  • Made With Microcool

Please use current weight.

If size is borderline, go the next size up (eg. if sizing is borderline between S and M, order M), unless you are shorter in the leg, in which case, you may be better off with the smaller size. If unsure please call us on 0800 433 4757.

Style DP5 Preggers Leggings are only available in Small, Medium or Large.

To convert stones to lbs multiply the stones by 14. For example, 10 stone 3 would be worked out as 10 x 14 = 140 + 3 = 143 lbs.

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Overall Rating

1 out of 5

Jo » Read all my reviews

Location: United Kingdom Ascot, Berkshire

Would you recommend this product? No

Date: 11/03/2015

Far too tight

I am just 18 weeks pregnant with twins, normally a size 12 and I bought a large in these support leggings. Firstly I really struggled getting them on and had to have a rest after doing so as the effort took my breath away. Yes, they are support leggings but because the fabric is thick putting them on was a real task. After about an hour of wearing them I had to take them off as they felt far too tight on my belly (can't imagine how they will feel when I'm further along!). I love the concept of them but sadly they weren't for me. I have the support footless tights as well and these I love so it's a real shame about the leggings.

Pebble UK Says: We have investigated this with the manufacturer, who advises that the Leggings are made of a different fabric to that of the Footless Tights, and therefore, has different stretch. Of course, the fit around the bump will be different for each individual, but generally the tops on these are designed to give support around the bump and lower back, so do not fit loosely.

Overall Rating

5 out of 5

Soph » Read all my reviews

Location: United Kingdom Stroud, Glos

Would you recommend this product? Yes

Date: 14/03/2015


These are amazing and do exactly what they say. I suffered from bad varicous veins all the way up into my groin in my first pregnancy and despite multiple visits to the doctors all they could recommend were to get some high street maternity support tights which were as good as useless. Now on my second pregnancy and with more acing than last time I decided I had to invest in something more serious. Having found this website searching on line I couldn't believe the range, talk about spoilt for choice! I settled on a pair of these and also some medium support opaque tights. Personally I prefer the leggings purely because I wear them more often and have never particularly liked wearing tights however both are fantastic. They go on first thing in the morning and my legs no longer ache, it also helps the pulling down sensation I would get in my groin, all vein related I think (the joy of pregnancy!). They are very comfortable over the bump - I'm currently 20 weeks - and I can tell they will be fine all the way through. My veins look much better at the end of the day too. Money well spent...and I'm just about to order another pair! Thickness wise, they are nice and thick, though still more like tights than cotton leggings. Personally I would always wear something over my bottom but you could probably get away with your bottom out if so desired! My only request would be for a greater range of colours please, like the footless tights.

Overall Rating

3 out of 5

» Read all my reviews

Location: United Kingdom Colchester, Essex

Would you recommend this product? Yes

Date: 04/07/2015

Maternity support leggings

Brought these hoping for leggings but actually when I put them on I realised there is no way I could as they are more like opaque tights! They had a line across the top of the thigh and were quite see through on the bottom! Was hoping for a more cotton, real legging look! Would feel very uncomfortable wearing these with just a tunic as planned! However they are comfortable!

Pebble UK Says: You're absolutely right, these are not true leggings, they are only called that because Preggers already have a product called 'Footless Support Tights', which is essentially, what this product is. We have stated this in the product description, but perhaps this has been overlooked. You won't get many medical grade, compression tights with high percentages of cotton, as compression hosiery needs to be made of elastic fibres to give the squeeze effect. Hosiery made with cotton is less elastic and very stiff, so is hard to put on and may not be very comfortable to wear.

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