What is this store's return and exchange policy?
Exchanges and returns are accepted on merchandise within 14 days of receipt.
If you’re not satisfied with your Toights, let us know and we’ll fix the situation. We really don’t see why you would have to pay for something you don’t want. This isn’t even astounding customer service, it’s the baseline. We’re nice, rational and understanding, so give us a chance to make it up to you.
Please inspect your product before trying them on! Returned items must NOT HAVE BEEN WORN, ALTERED OR WASHED. Please don’t wear these out to a fancy (or un-fancy) party and then try to return them. So not cool! We absolutely do not resell anything that comes back to us, so you can imagine the financial hit we take with that kind of crap.
If your product arrives damaged, or if it isn’t what you ordered, let us know at email@example.com and we’ll send you instructions on how to get your hard-earned cash back.
Do you accept orders placed outside of the US?
We sure do!
How long will it take to receive my order?
Once shipped most domestic orders take anywhere from 2 to 10 business days to arrive depending on the efficiency of your local postal service. International shipping delivery times may vary between 2 and 12 weeks.
What are Toights made out of? Besides magic?
65% Nylon, 35% Spandex
The more spandex, the more firming! Toights has a large ratio of spandex (or elastane) which makes your legs look as toned as possible, while the compression also alleviates some fatigue to keep you strutting.
One-size-fits-all? But what if they don't fit?
We've tried Toights on a variety of leg shapes and sizes, and they're resilient enough to fit whatever we threw them on. It takes some stretching and twisting to get the design landing where you want it to, but for most part, it’s a pretty damn versatile product. If by chance they don’t fit (if you’re under 5’0 or over 6’2, perhaps), just return them for your full money back!
Why are Toights so special?
You'll notice many legwear companies like ours coming out of the ether these days. Although some offer beautiful designs, we have yet to see anyone carry black print on black fabric. So when it took our manufacturer months to perfect the process, we held onto our hats knowing we had something unique. Really, look around: you’ll see black-on-gray, white-on-black, yellow-on-red, and etc. Why wouldn’t anyone else have something as simple as black-on-black? Beats us. (And "flocking" doesn't count -- who wants pieces of felt glued to their leg?)
How thin or thick are they?
Toights are 20 Denier thiness.
The two most important ingredients: our designs and your legs. For both of those to really shine, we found that 20 denier offers the perfect balance. If it’s too transparent, the design will be too showy (and you don’t want to be showy). If it’s too opaque, then the black-on-black print wouldn’t POP (and you don’t want to not POP).