Leggings are all the rage these days. It seems like there are a pair for every fandom possible, and tons of retailers are getting into the market.  Disney, Star Wars, Doctor Who, Adventure Time, and so many more! You can find leggings at different price points from $26 to almost $100. Remember, you don’t have to wear them as pants. You can pair dresses, long tunics, tanks, and more over leggings. They’re incredibly comfortable, and any lady on your gift list will appreciate them. Just make sure you have the correct size!

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Footless tights are everywhere these days, and you can practically just name the design you want on them. Superhero Stuff has a whole slew of new styles featuring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Harley Quinn. The leggings are a polyester, nylon, and spandex blend and have some neat design touches. For example, the Harley Quinn tights have a faux garter top.

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Real armor might not be comfortable to wear, but these incredible leggings are a different story. They’re available in a variety of styles and colors so you can get everything from medieval armor to futuristic bionics. Each pair is hand-printed on polyester/spandex fabric with a brushed finish so they’re super soft on your skin.

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These superhero themed footless tights will look adorable with your short summer dresses. You can choose from Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Batman or Superman. Each is 65% Polyester/25% Nylon/10% Spandex and is an officially licensed product.

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You’ve seen tattoo sleeve shirts, but have you seen tattoo style stockings? These tights make the wearer appear to have tattoo covered legs. They’re apparently a big hit in Japan, and the designs run the gamut. You can go for a whimsical, full limb option or you can choose a pair that just have a single design/tattoo. My personal favorite is the pair of stockings above that features cat ears and tails.

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Got enough nerdy tights in your drawers yet? Well, make room because Romwe (creators of some lovely gaming and comics leggings) have a mind-boggling number of options for you to consider. Their fan-made styles feature Iron Man, Pepper Potts, the Batman symbol, Starkiller from The Force Unleashed, and a whole bevy of superheroes. They use dacron and spandex for their products, and they’re priced at a reasonable point. It’s easy to talk yourself into buying more than one pair.

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Word on the China blogosphere is that anti-pervert stockings have been invented. Young girls can wear these hairy panty hose to keep away men with inappropriate intentions. No word on what sort of material the fake leg hair is manufactured from, but it’s pretty gross regardless of the source. I bet they’d be incredibly effective and also would keep your legs warm.

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These adorable striped Hello Kitty tights are the perfect thing to jazz up your wardrobe. They’ve got a black and nude striped pattern and a picture of your favorite feline that’s printed partially on each leg to make one image when they match up.

Product Page ($59 via GeekAlerts)

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We’ve seen tights that look like a TARDIS and tights featuring an exploding TARDIS, but I think these are the first leggings I’ve seen featuring the time machine flying through space. They’d go perfectly with a blue or black tank top or maybe even a TARDIS dress. I don’t think you can ever have too much of the blue box.

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Who are you going to choose to be when you play Street Fighter II? These leggings will save you the trouble of picking – they feature tons of characters from the brawling video game. Wear them all! The officially licensed design includes Ken, Ry, Guile, and more in fancy vivid colors.

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