Emilio Cavallini ZigZag Meggings
Emilio Cavallini's "ZigZag" Opaque Meggings, no fly - NEW!
Ah, the ZigZags... they are spectacular, comfortable, sporty and fashionable! They are one of the most versatile tights - it's so easy to wear them with shorts for a jog, as they will fit most short trousers (both sport & streetwear), but they can also help to keep you warm when worn under long trousers during a cold day in the city, on the road, or during winter sports.
Meggings, or footless tights for men, are similar to mantyhose, but leave the choice of footwear to you. You can even wear them with flip-flops in warm weather!
Fashionable, comfortable and warm, these high-end Emilio Cavallini Meggings also provide light support for your legs. Recommended for daily wear with shorts or long trousers, and also for outdoor activities.
They are medium thick, which means can be worn for transitional weather: they aren't too warm for an office / indoor day, but will surely keep you from shivering when outdoors.
The overall look of the tights are 100% masculine and fashionable. The male comfort panel part is generous and elastic, and there is not defined 'front' of the meggings, which means you can wear them longer.
The manufacturer is one of the best in Italy, and the quality of the ZigZag Meggings is superb. They are also massive and durable, but, as all hosiery, will run if met with a sharp object.
If you are new to male tights / mantyhose / tights for men, this is an excellent product to start with.
Contents: Nylon 92%, Spandex 8%.
Super Opaque Meggings
Waistband with Emilio Cavallini logo
Colors: Black/Medium Gray and Black/White
M/L size fits 5'5"-5'11" / 165-180 cm and 120-176 lbs / 55-80 kg
L/XL size fits 5'11"-6'7" / 180-200 cm and 167-210 lbs / 75-95 kg.
Made in Italy.
Mild compression, super heavy duty
Posted by Dani on 8 Oct 2019
I've had my pair for approximately 2 years now and while the "seams" (not sure if sewn or glued) are slightly frayed, they are holding together very well and don't look like they will be coming apart any time soon.
My wife washes mine and dries mine in the machines (no special treatment) and they come out just fine.
Looking at the contents (92% nylon and 8% spandex) it looks like the rest of the Emilio line GLieberman carries are the same quality—tough, compressing, and pretty soft.
Personally, I prefer a slightly lighter denier and so I usually wear my striped Adrians which unfortunately are less soft than these Emilios.