Sorry, this product has now been discontinued.
* Seamfree RHT (reinforced heel and toe) stockings as worn in the late 1950s and 1960s
* Light copper leg with black heel, toe and welt
* Sheer 15 denier, silky soft non stretch nylon
* Made in England from 100% non stretch nylon
* Designed to fit the average size 12-16 woman, smaller or larger? Please try one size smaller or larger as applicable
Vintage style seamfree rht (reinforced heel and toe) stockings. Made from the same silky soft non stretch nylon as our fully fashioned stockings - and made in the same British factory.
These rht stockings are made extra special by the addition of a black toe, heel and welt. Ideal for if you want your feet, or thighs, to be the centre of attention.
Seamfree rht stockings became popular in the late 1950s and make a great alternative to fully fashioned stockings on days when you don't want your seams to grab all the attention!
These stockings are generously sizes and designed to fit the average dress sized 12 to 16 woman. If you are smaller than this please try the size below, if larger please go up one size. Please do not be tempted to go up more than one size as these stockings are non stretch nylon and this will lead to wrinkly ankles!
These are very beautiful rht stockings great quality, they feel amazing so soft and silky recieved them with a small whole on one of the toe reinforcement...but they were replaced very promtly bo questions asked, amazing customer service. I am very happy to be a what katie did customer!
Nylon connoisseur, 01 Jun 2017
I was a bit afraid that this would be too long for me as I was under the size for the stocking's small size. I'm 4'9" with short legs but a long torso. My legs are average, leaning towards the skinny side. But for those on the shorter side like me, you won't have to worry about these guys being too long! The small size fit me perfectly with no problems and are really soft.
Ruby, 10 May 2017
Great fit and great quality. superb service/delivery
Ros, 01 Feb 2016
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