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Cold temperatures and snowy weather have officially arrived. It can be tough to embrace the winter, but if you're looking for a way to keep warm that doesn't sacrifice your style there are many wardrobe basics that can help.
One pair of Amazon Canada's best-selling tights/nylons is the perfect solution to winter dressing, and offers a way to layer up without having to put away your skirts and dresses for the season.
The Women's Winter Fleece Lined Pantyhose from the brand Amovo start at $37, and have Amazon shoppers raving.
While these may look like your average pair of nylon pantyhose, this version actually comes with a fleece lining that makes them a perfect choice for winter wear. These tights come in three weights too (an unlined 85g version, and fleece-lined 220g or 320g versions), so you can choose how heavy of a fleece you'd like.
They feature a faux translucent effect with a neutral undertone that makes it look like any other pair of tights, but with lots of extra warmth. If the faux look isn't for you, you can also shop them in opaque black or opaque beige.
It is important to note that these tights do only come in two size options: one that's designed to fit women's sizes Small to Large, and one that's a women's size X-Large.
What shoppers are saying
They have earned a 4.1-star rating from more than 500 customer reviews, with shoppers calling them "great for the price."
One reviewer called the tights "very warm" despite not purchasing the thickest version. Another noted that they even "passed the Toronto winter weather test."
"Best winter purchase yet!" raved one reviewer.
"Good quality, warm and comfortable," noted another.
Despite all their positive reviews, the biggest downside to these tights is that they are only available in a single size. Shoppers have shared that this style "doesn't work for bigger/curvier women," or if you're tall since they only come in a single length.
As a way to stay warm without sacrificing style, these tights appear to be a winning choice for Canadian winters. As many shoppers have noted, the sizing on these tights leaves something to be desired, but they do work well as a warm alternative to standard lightweight pantyhose.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.