lululemon has definitely established itself as a dominant force in athleisure in recent years, especially with the brand’s lines of ultra-comfortable shirts, pants, and sweatshirts that can all double as both deceptive everyday wear and lightweight workout clothes. Now the Canadian outfit has released a pair of pants that can be worn both in the gym and on the trails.
The License to Train Jogger is constructed using abrasion- and water-resistant polyester and a combination of elastomultiester and elastane that allows for a four-way stretch and swift mobility whether you’re hiking or using a squat rack. Sporting the brand’s signature secure pockets that will hold anything you need without fear of them falling out, these versatile pants have a tapered fit that gives your glutes and thighs a bit more room before closing in toward the hem at the bottom, with a 32- to 34-inch inseam made to sit right above the ankles. For an even better fit, a drawstring cord at the waist can be used to tailor to your own comfort level.
Available in an array of colorways such as black, navy, date brown, cassis, and graphite gray, the License to Train Jogger can be added to your closet several times over for total style versatility in your wardrobe. The streamlined aesthetic won’t clash with whatever you decide to wear on top or on your feet.
The License to Train Jogger goes along with lululemon’s other athleticwear like the Surge and the At Ease collections. These pants are currently available on lululemon’s online store for $128.
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