OMSA makes seamless pantyhose!

April 23, 2015 under Brands

omsa 20 den seamless superlativa pantyhoseseamless pantyhose omsa superlativa 20 denI ordered just a few pairs of OMSA SuperLativa 20, 40, and also Perfetta 70 den. They are seamless! I am giving them a go on eBay and if anything is left, I’ll upload here.

I opened a package and gasped with excitement when I saw that there is no seam on the stomach and on the bum.

20 den and 40 den have small side seams, but 70 den has no seams at all.

My eBay – http://www.ebay.ca/usr/fantasystockings

Golden Lady Omsa seamless

Golden Lady Omsa seamless

 

11 Responses to "OMSA makes seamless pantyhose!"

  • Charlie says:

    Hi Jessica. I’m so lucky to have won your OMSA pantyhose! I will make sure I give you my full personal opinion on how they feel and wear! Especially since I wear nylons for over 10 hours a day. I’m very excited to wear the OMSA style pantyhose! Talk to you soon Hun! Sincerely, Charlie.

  • Michel says:

    Lativa 20 is still shown on OMSA’s official website, along with 40 and 70 deniers’ versions. Maybe they’re not exported to America anymore.

    • admin says:

      Now for whatever reason I can’t get it from my Polish supplier either.

      • Michel says:

        Their most recently posted video on Youtube (OMSAtv) is 2 years old already, and their website no longer responds. I fear the worst, (out of business) which would be a real shame because I like very much the Italian brands.

        • admin says:

          Hi Michel, they are in business. I know they outsourced their production to Serbia. OMSA is owned by Golden Lady.

        • admin says:

          There is a boutique in Toronto that sells OMSA for 40 dollars. They rip off their customers and tell them it’s Italian. It’s not Italian and it’s not that expensive at all.

          • Michel says:

            True, OMSA is owned by Golden Lady, but Golden Lady is Italian too, despite the English name. The reason they outsource their production to Serbia is to lower their costs, but their headquarters are still in Castel Goffredo, Italy. (Castel Goffredo is for hosiery worldwide what the Silicon Valley is for computers. By the way, I recommend you to visit this city if you ever go to Italy. You will enjoy it as a hosiery lover.) Similarly, in France, we have the brand DIM that is French, that was founded in France in the 50’s but that outsources its production to Romania where the wages are lower.

            The day I wrote my previous comment, omsa.com was inaccessible, hence the fear I wrongly expressed. I’m glad it only was temporary.

          • admin says:

            I’d love to visit Italy some day! I still haven’t seen a lot of Europe, but managed to cover most of US and Canada.
            OMSA workers were protesting in Italy at some point with pantyhose pulled over their head because they lost their jobs due to outsourcing.

  • Charlie says:

    Hi Jessica. I’m so lucky to have won on auction your OMSA seemless pantyhose! I will make sure i give you my full personal opinion on how they feel and wear! Especially since i wear nylons for over 10 hours a day. I’m very excited t wear the OMSA style pantyhose! Talk to you soon Hun! Sincerely, Charlie

  • visone69 says:

    Hi, you can easily find this pantyhose on online stores such as this one:
    http://www.cbdistribution.com/it/product/449_4067/OMSA-Collant-Donna-SUPERLATIVA-20-VELATO-C-CORPINO-Coprente-SENZA-CUCITURE.aspx

    I’m lucky, I live in Italy and I can find them in phisical stores. 🙂 BTW, I’m a man (straight and happily married) who likes wear pantyhose and tights, to be warmer in winter but also just because I like them. I think pantyhose is a unisex garment, and could be good to complete a male outfit.

    Ciao from Italy!

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