Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Fresh Tracks Pant, Fresh Tracks Half Zip, and More

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lululemon fresh-tracks-pant-half-zip

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Black Cherry Fresh Tracks Half Zip and Dark Caron Fresh Tracks Pant.

lululemon fresh-tracks-half-zip fast-and-free-tight sweatr

lululemon fresh-tracks-half-zip fast-and-free-tight sweatr

lululemon fresh-tracks-half-zip fast-and-free-tight sweatr

lululemon fresh-tracks-half-zip fast-and-free-tight sweatr

lululemon fresh-tracks-half-zip fast-and-free-tight sweatr
Fresh Tracks Half Zip and Sweatr Multi Fast and Free Tight

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight fairisle
Hill and Valley Mock Turtleneck and Fairisle Multi Fast and Free Tight

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight sweatr

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight sweatr

lululemon hill-and-valley-mock-turtleneck fast-and-free-tight sweatr
Hill and Valley Mock Turtleneck, Sweatr Fast and Free Tight, and Lush Coral Cool Racerback

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Inkwell Sweat and Savasana Sweater

lululemon brave-the-cold-parka
Deep Indigo Brave the Cold Parka








18 comments:

CatepillarInTraining said...

the sweatr fast and free tights look sort of sheer in every pic I see- is that just the nature of the fabric?

Anonymous said...

A few comments...

-I tried the fresh tracks tight, very comfortable, better waist situation than the Runderful pants last year but the legs are not terribly flattering... thinking back to the feedback about the Runderfuls though, I think the looser fitting leg of the Fresh Tracks will accommodate a more diverse range of shapes comfortably. The runderfuls happened to be great for me but I also took home the blue and grey fresh tracks in my normal size (if you have narrow hips you could size down) to replace a couple older Athletas I wore through. I'm not proud of it considering how generic they look but they'll do the job. Fresh tracks are not particularly warm/thick but again, very comfortable and warmer than just wearing Grooves or wunder unders, not as warm as the Runderfuls which is good for me now that I live in the South and don't need Runderfuls everyday for half the year. Beware of the black fresh tracks - I tried every pair my store had in my size and size down and all the black Fresh Tracks had a large bulge on the side of the right knee that just looked ridiculous. The hero blue and grey did not have this problem as noticeably. Hopefully it was just one bad batch and y'all will have more luck.

-Electric coral rest less pullover is much, much more orange than pink in person. Like Sweaty Betty orange. The pattern on the heathered black one was also blurred - not like it looks online. I'm getting the 1/4 zip today and i hope it looks better than the pullover.

-The Mini Sweatr Multi is actually kind of a cool print but I person I couldn't erase the image of a net full of rainbow trout. Cool if you live in a mountain town but just not for me.

Anonymous said...

I ordered Hill and Valley turtleneck in gray in my size 4. I am 5"3, 125lbs, fit. It's a little loose in waist area even if I layer it with a tank. Not sure if sizing down will help. I'm barely showing any skin with a reagular rise pant and no skin with high rise. The rulu is very soft and it's double layered.

LuluAddict said...

@ anon 8:56 am - Good to know that it's double layered.

@ anon 6:35 am - lol on mini sweatr multi reminding you of a trout.

@CatelillarinTraining - it's made of nulux so I'd say yes. It's supposed to make you feel naked and I definitely do in that fabric.

Unknown said...

I tried it in store yesterday and it fades to white just wearing it. It would be a whiter version of the print on my quad and then regular saturation on the sid eof my leg/IT band. It was also very see through when I bent over - could see design on underwear. It felt great and was comfortable, very TTS 6 for me so can't size up, just see through. =( I will note the ankle is excellent and will be truly form fitting for petites.

I wonder if anyone has experience with laser cut edges? My other bottoms wear the most at the cuff and crotch and unfinished laser cut cuffs seem like they won't last.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, Caterpillar. I actually wanted to try them because I like the pattern but they look white in every picture and frankly Nulux + raw hem isn't worth $128 to me.

Anonymous said...

haha, yes, it does remind me of a what a net full of rainbow trout would look like!

And agree, the Nulux pants do look sheer in pics. Not a fan of Nulux, not at all, really dislike. Also not a fan of the stretching out to white thing that happens with prints backed in white and avoid even if I like the print.

Jessie said...

I am missing the Track to Reality pants this year :( have not yet found a substitute in the new offerings and dont feel like they have a great comparison pant this year. I suppose this Fast Track pant is it but I am not sure it is quite as warm and dont like the shape as much. Boo hoo. Track to Reality in nocturnal teal and/or black cherry and/or deep indigo and I would scoop up in a heartbeat.

Anonymous said...

I always do yoga in the middle of a parking lot while it's raining.

Anonymous said...

CRB i on the Canadian site (heathered slate and white) and the US site in white, black, heathered slate, porcelaine. This is an upload of old stock? Or is it back? Anyone know?

A lot of sizes are gone which I take to mean it is either selling out or was an upload only of remnant stock.

Brenda_J said...

Ugh, everything I bought this season is now on WMTM. Luckily, it wasn't that many things, since most everything has been awful, but still.

Anonymous said...

To Brenda J - that's because most everything ends up on wmtm these days anyhow....
On that note - anyone knows how well lulu did on a quarter sales? Just curious - who can possibly buy so much of a monochromatic identical looking overpriced stuff with coveted symbol on....

Lottie_Lulu said...

I've just discovered L'Urv - an Australian brand which is available in the UK where I am. I got some of their leggings in a large which I thought would be too small on me as I am a LLL 12, but they fit exactly like a Wunder Under size 12. I am really impressed with them, they were a about $90ish in the sale and the pattern (Garden of Eden) is really bright and unusual, not the same old bland LLL winter fayre.

Anonymous said...

omg I am dying at the ' net full of rainbow trout ' comment!!! this is all I can see now!!

Anonymous said...

I agree Jessie that I am missing the Track to Reality pant but from a couple of years ago. The ones that came out later were stripped of details. I did buy the Trainer Track Pant on WMTM 2 years ago and I like them as much as my Track to Reality and would love another pair of those as long as the quality and detail were the same.

Anonymous said...

Me too!! I have 3 pairs of the track to reality and wear the crap out of them. I did just buy two pairs of the galactic wanderer pants from Ivvia in black and grevvy. So flattering and the bottoms have a hidden cuff on the inside. So so warm without the bulk. I can wear their size 14 as I am a 4 or 6 in Lulu. Grabbed the black moon gem criss cross sweater in merino wool as well. You were right LLA, they have been producing some good things lately.

Anonymous said...

You really should give credit to the photographers who take all these beautiful photos. I'm sure they put a lot of time and effort into it.

LuluAddict said...

@8:29 pm - I usually do if there is a link on the post. Did I overlook this one? Remind me which store this was again and I'll edit the post.