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That Tonka stripe rust color looks almost identical to one I got last year. Cant remember the color of it, but I know it looks like that.
just tried the base runner pants on. sadly, the pockets pooch out badly in my usual size and a size up :(
I think the speeds are a brilliant idea (lol).M
Am I imagining the reflective "Mile" and "High" on the respective sleeves of the Polar Tech Home Stretch Crew? Cheap and ridiculous. Call me a prude but I wouldn't want my daughter/any young woman thinking thats cute. "Bootylicious" emblazoned on the butt of a pair of WUPs would be better.
I have the one from last year also and I was thinking the same thing. I think last years swiftly is Plum. But it does look very similar in the pics online. I'd be curious to see a comparison between the two tops.
Reflective shorts like that have been a long time coming!!! This is a great option for those of us who run in the dark!!
What is with the words "Mile" and "High" written on the sleeves of the reflective pullover? Am I missing something here? Why would they choose to put that on the reflective pullovers? I agree with Alejandra, if that is what they were going for it is cheap and ridiculous. I certainly wouldn't wear it.
@ Alejandra & anon 3:59 pm - I think it's supposed to refer to a runner's "high" but I think it'd be more obvious and less vulgar to use 'five mile high' rather than mile high. I don't think a mile is far enough to give runners a big endorphin high.
Agree with what is stated above, the verbage looks cheap and tacky. That isn't Lulu. Nike and Pink, sure, but not us. We all see these items on WMTM, so let's do a countdown. I sure wish they wouldn't waste a good, innovative product with the tacky "motivation." Also, I love the Base Runner Herringbone, however the outline of the pockets really bugs me. It screams "yes, these are sweats!" I'd sure love if they came out with some pants with the herringbone print that I could sneak wearing to the office. That would be a dream!
I'm definitely in the minority here, but I like the "MILE HIGH" logo. I'm a Denver Broncos fan and might *need* to purchase this to wear to home games in Mile High Stadium...too bad they didn't make it in orange & blue ;)
I was taken aback by this "mile high" business on the shirts. There is always innuendo with LLL. They knew exactly what they were doing and they are trying to pass it off as a runner's high. I agree this approach is tacky, wouldn't wear it, yes it'll go to wmtm. If it moves it will be younger girls who will buy it with no clue and no guidance. It's true in Denver you could get away with it since it's the "mile high city"
Mile high print is definitely exclusive to the Denver runners. I might wear it and ONLY bc I live in Denver. Otherwise it's completely ridiculous!!
I really don't like writing on my clothes. Only on team gear.M
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