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Ballet tights


Ballet tights

Ballet tights are part of the traditional costumes of dancers; they are a kind of clothe leg garment. Ballet tights are made for extreme flexibility and softness. They cannot inhibit ballet dancers movements even when they perform the most complicated and extreme extensions.

Ballet dancers can find a wide range of ballet tights. Most manufacturers understand dancer's needs, so they provide high-quality products. They are worn primarily by female dancers, although male ballet dancers use them too. Ballet tights are still considered unisex.

Ballet dancer use their tights under their leotards, they usually combine the color of their ballet tights with the color of their pointe shoes. Ballet tights fit snugly on the legs although it seems the opposite.

It is advisable to try on the ballet tights before you buy a pair. It will ensure you buy the pair of tights adequate for you. There are other kinds of commercial tights in the market, but ballet tights are much thicker and much more durable than store tights. You must always ask salesperson for ballet tights.

Ballet tights are mainly nylon, elastic cotton or spandex although one can find them in many styles and colors, including footed varieties, footless or convertible. Unfooted tights are known as leggings but they are no popular among ballet dancers.

Ballet tights originally derived from the classical hose worn by French and European men several centuries ago. Ballet tights form part of the outfit of dancers today.

Everyone who plans to take ballet must purchase ballet tights from a dance store. A pair of ballet tights often is very cheap; you must not waste a lot of many to buy them.

The main types of ballet tights are: Eurotard Convertible, Revolution Footed, and Eurotard Footed. You will find this accessory at any store for ballet dancers.