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L.A.
Super Comfy!

Pleasantly surprised. So much more comfy and easy to get on than the other compression leggings Ive tried. Also love that they just look like high waisted leggings.

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Sammy
Not impressed with the Saviour Maternity Compression Leggings

These pants are very expensive and very uncomfortable.
They constantly fall down and I have to keep pulling them up, and are terrible in hot weather as they make you feel more hot.
Very disappointed :(

Hi Sammy. Thanks for your feedback and we’re sorry to hear the leggings are not the right fit for you as they should not be uncomfortable or riding down. It’s possible you are in the wrong size. We will reach out directly to try and help and can swap the leggings for shorts if you prefer. Thanks

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Alexa

Like. Good leg compression and makes legs look fit. Tight in ribs but normally that’s good. Just sensitive there due to end of first trimester pregnancy nausea. Will be great as I grow even bigger and need them to stay up over my belly.

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Caitlin Pender

Amazing products - medical grade compression and such a soft fabric! As a pelvic floor physio I recommend these to all my clients in pregnancy to manage pelvic girdle pain, varicose veins or swelling in the ankles as well as for postpartum recovery of ab separation!

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Emily E.
Great feel and material, don’t stay up.

I’ve been searching for a long time for comfortable leggings with compression for my varicose veins. Decided to try these and they truly have a great quality and feel. I love the pockets and the compression. However, they run a bit short for my tall 5’10” frame and my biggest complaint and annoyance is that they won’t stay up. They sag through the crotch constantly and I continually have to pull them up which is a huge nuisance. Perhaps it’s just my build and shape but I was so sad they don’t fit me better.

Hi Emily. We are sorry to hear you are having fit issues with the leggings and are not having the positive experience as some of the other mamas are having with our product. We will reach out to you directly to try and understand better your exact body measurements and make sure you have the right size & see if we can help in any way. Thanks

The Saviour Maternity Compression Leggings

$179.00 USD Regular price
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Help reduce tired legs, swollen ankles & feet
Help increase blood flow to placenta & unborn baby
Flexible belly panel that grows with you
Help manage & reduce risk of varicose veins
Ankle zips to put on & take off with ease
Two Large side pockets for essentials
Premium soft fabrics for sensitive skin
Supportive & body sculpting. Smoothes lumps & bumps
Graduated compression. TGA listed. Health rebates may apply (AU)
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We made this maternity legging packed full of benefits to be worn throughout your pregnancy.

Your body is now working harder in ways you didn’t even know. Your heart is pumping more blood through to your growing baby. Your whole body may be feeling the effects of these changes. Your feet may be swollen and you may experience light headedness and fatigue. Set to be a pregnancy essential, this prenatal legging will support you through the tough times.  

Crafted with graduated compression technology (that increases blood flow) and helps improve circulation that is important for your baby's development. The leggings also ease swelling in legs, discomfort and yes, even cankles.

We’ve thought through the details for a stylish, comfortable and versatile maternity compression legging.  Designed to be dressed up to impress or down to lounge, this legging can take you to the park, gym, shops, dinner or the office in style. Best of all - ankle zips make it easy to put on and take off.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Graduated compression 15-20mmHg helps improve blood flow & circulation. Assessed and TGA listed.
  • Maternal blood flow provides nutrients to your baby
  • Compression through leg panels help reduce fluid retention & cankles
  • Relief for tired swollen legs
  • Soft belly panel grows with you from first trimester to third
  • Ankle zips make them easy to put on and take off
  • Large pockets to stash all of your things 

The Relief Maternity Belly Band can be paired with the Saviour Maternity Leggings for those needing greater support for their lower back, sciatica, hip and pelvic pain. 

EXTRA Stats you need to know

  • Up to 80% of women experience insufficient circulation during pregnancy. This can result in feeling dizzy & tired.
  • About 65% of pregnant women suffer from ankle, leg & feet swelling. Your body is holding more water than usual & extra fluid gathers to your lower legs & feet. It can be worse in summer or you've been standing or sitting a lot. The pressure of your growing womb can also affect the blood flow in your legs.
  • Your body needs to deliver more oxygen & blood to both you & your growing baby. Your body creates 50% more blood & your heart works 30% harder during pregnancy.
  • At 12 weeks the placenta is formed and takes over to deliver essential nutrients from maternal blood flow through the umbilical cord to your unborn baby. For this reason good blood flow is vital to the growth and development of your baby. To learn more about the role of the placenta and the importance of blood flow to baby you can read more in our blogs.
  • Studies have found that if you sit or stand for 4 hours or more, circulation can be compromised.

Fabric Content

FABRIC 1 - Nylon/Elastane

FABRIC 2 (belly panel) - Nylon/Poly/Elastane

Garment Care
  • Do not Bleach
  • Cold wash
  • Do not use harsh detergents
  • Do not use fabric softeners
  • Do up zips and turn inside out when washing
  • Do not tumble dry

* The information on this page & site is for educational purposes only.

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Frequently asked

When can I start wearing the prenatal leggings and how long can I wear them for?

The leggings are designed with an expandable belly panel so you can get the most out of them. You don't have to wait to wear them. From as early as week 12,  graduated compression can assist with circulation - your heart needing to work harder to increase blood flow through you to the placenta and your growing baby.

TheRY compression leggings are rated at 15-20mmHg and is suitable for all day wear. 

As with anything though, if at any point you are experiencing discomfort from wearing anything it is best to discontunue wear and seek advise.

I've heard that compression can be beneficial but they can be too hard to put on, especially with a big belly when bending and moving is more difficult?

We know everything can get harder at later stages of pregnancy especially with a growing belly. This can also be the case if you are recovering from surgery postpartum. We created the products with this in mind. Our leggings and socks are both easy to get on and off - but are so comfortable you'll want to live in them. The socks have extra stretch through the footbed and the leggings have zips at the ankle to make them easier to pull on and take off.

What is the best way to put on TheRY garments?

We have chosen specific fabrics and yarns for greater comfort for our products but there are some added tips to get them on with ease.

TheRY leggings they are easier to put on from a sitting position. Unzip both legs, and you will put them on one foot at a time.  Bunch up one leg of the leggings as you would when putting on stockings using your thumb and forefinger. Put your first foot through the leg until the bottom of the legging has passed through the foot and heel. Repeat with the other foot. From here you can stand and pull the leggings up and adjust so they fit properly up to your crotch, before pulling up the belly panel. Sit back down to zip up the zips if you are finding it hard to bend. The zips make this legging much easier to get on and off. For both the leggings and the socks, the key is to get the product over your heels before you start trying to pull it up. Also make sure your skin is dry.

How many hours can I wear compression garments for?

Our compression leggings and socks are designed with Class 1 grade compression so they can be worn all day or as long as they remain comfortable. Compression fits are firm but should never feel restrictive or cause pain. Compression garments can help prevent swelling and fatigue so you don't have to wait for symptoms to wear them.

There are cheaper products claiming similar benefits. Are TheRY products worth it?

As with anything you buy, there are products offered at different pricepoints. We wanted to turn the idea of cheap throwaway fashion on its head. We are committed to making quality products that have a reason for being, that look & feel good and are made to last so you get what you pay for. Not all brands are created equal or live up to their promises.

Not all compression is the same or researched. Look for TGA approved compression.

Our compression leggings and socks are graduated compression to helpwoth blood flow have been TGA approved. Our products come with a 12 month warranty from manufacturing defects, and also a 30 day satisfaction guarantee. If you are not happy with your purchase in the first month, we don't want you spending money on something you won't wear, so contact us for a refund at info@therygroup.com

Are your leggings suitable to exercise in?

Yes. We made the leggings with versatility in mind. The leggings are made with a premium soft, lightweight fabric. This means they are light and breathable for exercise. Matte black and anti-pill, they have also tested and and are not see through - do your squats and down dog with confidence!  

We also designed the leggings with subtle logos so you can also dress up for the office or wear as a base layer and dress down to lounge in. They are multi-purpose -  suitable for exercise, work, play and relaxing. 

Can I wear your pregnancy tights after I give birth?

Yes, you will be able to. You will still benefit from the graduated compression through the legs postpartum. If you are looking for abdominal support pos-birth, we recommend our Restorer Postnatal Support leggings that have a targeted compression [anel to support your core.


The prenatal leggings have NO compression in the belly panel as it is not advisable to have compression across your belly during pregnancy.

Customer Reviews

Based on 48 reviews
77%
(37)
8%
(4)
8%
(4)
2%
(1)
4%
(2)
L
L.A.
Super Comfy!

Pleasantly surprised. So much more comfy and easy to get on than the other compression leggings Ive tried. Also love that they just look like high waisted leggings.

S
Sammy
Not impressed with the Saviour Maternity Compression Leggings

These pants are very expensive and very uncomfortable.
They constantly fall down and I have to keep pulling them up, and are terrible in hot weather as they make you feel more hot.
Very disappointed :(

Hi Sammy. Thanks for your feedback and we’re sorry to hear the leggings are not the right fit for you as they should not be uncomfortable or riding down. It’s possible you are in the wrong size. We will reach out directly to try and help and can swap the leggings for shorts if you prefer. Thanks

A
Alexa

Like. Good leg compression and makes legs look fit. Tight in ribs but normally that’s good. Just sensitive there due to end of first trimester pregnancy nausea. Will be great as I grow even bigger and need them to stay up over my belly.

C
Caitlin Pender

Amazing products - medical grade compression and such a soft fabric! As a pelvic floor physio I recommend these to all my clients in pregnancy to manage pelvic girdle pain, varicose veins or swelling in the ankles as well as for postpartum recovery of ab separation!

E
Emily E.
Great feel and material, don’t stay up.

I’ve been searching for a long time for comfortable leggings with compression for my varicose veins. Decided to try these and they truly have a great quality and feel. I love the pockets and the compression. However, they run a bit short for my tall 5’10” frame and my biggest complaint and annoyance is that they won’t stay up. They sag through the crotch constantly and I continually have to pull them up which is a huge nuisance. Perhaps it’s just my build and shape but I was so sad they don’t fit me better.

Hi Emily. We are sorry to hear you are having fit issues with the leggings and are not having the positive experience as some of the other mamas are having with our product. We will reach out to you directly to try and understand better your exact body measurements and make sure you have the right size & see if we can help in any way. Thanks

thery graduated compression leggings and improved circulation diagram

Powered By Graduated Compression To Increase Blood Flow

TheRY leggings feature graduated compression, scientifically tested and medically graded at 15-20mmHg, to help increase blood flow and circulation.

Those who sit more than 4 hours day, circulation can be compromised. Poor blood flow can lead to blood pooling and heaviness and swelling in legs and feet plus other poor health outcomes.

TheRY graduated compression products have been assessed and are listed with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA).

blood flow and heart anatomical diagram

Up To 80% Of Pregnant Women Have Insufficient Circulation

Many women are unaware that their circulation is poor. Your pregnant body is working harder than ever and needs to deliver more oxygen & blood to both you & your growing baby.

Your body creates up to 50% more blood & your heart works up to 30% harder during pregnancy. Tiredness, dizziness, fatigue and swelling, are all symptoms of poor circulation.

anatomical diagram unborn baby in belly

Maternal Blood Flow Is Vital To The Growth And Development Of Your Unborn Baby.

At 12 weeks the placenta is formed and takes over to deliver essential nutrients from maternal blood flow through the umbilical cord to your unborn baby. It also functions to help remove waste products.

For this reason good blood flow is vital to the growth and development of your unborn baby. To learn more about the role of the placenta and the importance of blood flow to baby you can read more in our blogs.

Swollen foot from no compression sock and non swollen foot with compression sock comparison photo

65% Of Pregnant Women Suffer From Swollen Legs Ankles, Leg & Feet

Poor circulation contributes to blood pooling in the lower limbs and swelling and fatigue. Your body also is holding more water than usual & extra fluid gathers to your lower legs & feet. It can be worse in summer or you've been standing or sitting a lot. The pressure of your growing womb can also affect the blood flow in your legs. Graduated compression helps to improve blood flow and the removal of waste fluids.

varicose veins diagram - abnormal and normal veins

28% Of Pregnant Women Will Develop Varicose Veins

You are 40% more at risk of developing varicose veins if you suffer from swollen feet. You are also at greater risk of varicose veins during 2nd and subsequent pregnancies, or if you are having multiples. Graduated compression applies pressure to help improve vein function and blood flow. For more for prevention of varicose veins, read ourblog.

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