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    Default Have you tried the slim and tone leggings

    I just saw these advertised on tv. They are made by the same people who make the genie bra. Has anyone tried them. I would like to know if they are thick and made from good quality fabric.

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    Yes I have all 3 pairs. They seem to work well but I'm not a fan of the crutch. Seems to make you look like you have a bulge in your pants

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    Thanks for the reply. Is the fabric thick enough to wear them as pants?

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    Yes definitely thick enough to wear them as pants.

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    Thanks, that's good to know. It's a shame you can only buy them in a pack of 3 different colours, I would prefer to buy a single black pair.

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    You can buy similar ones from target or kmart I thought which would save buying all colours. I only wear the black and grey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    You can buy similar ones from target or kmart I thought which would save buying all colours. I only wear the black and grey.
    I have similar ones in black from target. They are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeBe View Post
    Thanks for the reply. Is the fabric thick enough to wear them as pants?
    If you can get away with wearing them as pants, you probably don't need them!

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    Ambra (myer) also do something similar, I think I paid about $20 for my pair.

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    Do the target, myer or kmart ones come up high (close to your bra). That's what I'm after.


 

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