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Why does Susan Graver call her pants PULL ON leggings, as far as I know that’s the only way you can put pants on is to PULL THEM ON. You sure can’t pull them down over your shoulders.

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@LikeToKnow   You'd have to ask her.

 

I am assuming she must have called her leggings pull ons for you to ask.    Ask her on her Facebook page.

 

I am probably out of the loop, I I never call my leggings pants, but I do think every pair I have ever tried are pull on.  

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The term "pull on" distinguishes elastic waist pants from those with a zipper or some kind of closure.  I don't believe I've ever seen leggings that weren't pull-on.

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I think it means that you only have to pull them on.  You don't have the zipper, etc., in addition to the pulling.


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If she wished to be accurate, they are pull on and pull off.

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Sorry, but don't really care what term she uses....I think we all know what she is referring to.

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@LikeToKnow wrote:

Why does Susan Graver call her pants PULL ON leggings, as far as I know that’s the only way you can put pants on is to PULL THEM ON. You sure can’t pull them down over your shoulders.


@LikeToKnow   She's so busy talking, she sometimes doesn't even know what she's saying. Yes, you can only pull on leggings, as far as I know. Jeggings, a close second, can have a zippr/button closure.