Hanes Women's Plus Low-Rise Stretch Brief Panties with ComfortSoft&reg; Waistband 3-Pack
I love these underwear! They are so soft and really do move with you. They have the perfect rise, so they don't show above the waistband of your pants, but still cover your stomach and your rear end. And I have a GOOD size rear end too! I wear my pants below my natural waist and these still don't show. They are absolutely wedgie free too. When I get home from work, usually the first thing I want to do is strip off my clothes, however these are so comfortable, I have been leaving them on all evening. I bought 4 packages of them after wearing them for only one day! Love these! I've tried a whole bunch of different styles on here, trying to replace my old undies and I've found these have the softest waistband and leg bands and they have just enough stretch to keep them from stretching out and getting baggy. WIth the money back guarantee, how can you go wrong? These are also the only panties I've tried where the printed pairs aren't a size smaller and are just as soft as the solid colors. I do have to say the colors are rather unattractive.
March 14, 2012
Crotch width for large women, no wedgies.
Wow, if these are as good as the size 9 in the women 21734 of same description...these are listed for Plus size, although I think size 9 is a plus for a 200 lb 5ft 2 woman.
Anyway, these are the most excellent underwear on the planet. They got the crotch right on these. Yes, the width has been increased to allow for extra volume in the area when extra pounds are added to fluffly ladies. Full coverage, No wedgies!
And yes, they do not ride up, nor feel tight like no stretch cotton of the same size, same brand.
The front crotch seam on the inner extra fabric has not been sewn to allow for stretch and a no show line. Inside that area is a tiny sticker from the final check person.
The assorted colors can be crazy, but they are fun, even for 56 year old grandmas. If you didn't know, we are the same person with just a little more wisdom in an older body.
February 11, 2012