These Abrasion-Resistant Shorts Were Engineered For Hardcore Workouts

Aug 5, 2021

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`Since its inception in 1998, lululemon has established itself as one of the world’s leading athletic apparel brands, thanks to an ever-growing catalog of workout and training-specific garments that benefit from the use of cutting-edge materials and highly-calculated designs and cuts. And lululemon’s latest item to encapsulate these qualities is the new linerless 7” License To Train Short.

Part of the company’s License To Train Collection — which also includes everything from joggers and pants to hats and training gloves — these shorts were engineered from the ground up specifically for exercise and athletics, and as such sport a classic tapered fit and hem that’s made all the more precise via a mesh waistband that’s supplemented with an adjustable waistband drawcord. The short’s primary construction is made from an abrasion-resistant, lycra fiber-infused, stretch nylon blend with quick-drying and moisture-wicking properties. Additionally, these shorts feature secure zippered pockets that are crafted entirely from recycled polyester. Despite its lightweight, the License To Train Short’s immense abrasion resistance enables them to stand up to years of regular use. Available now in black or warm coral color options, the lululemon License To Train Short 7” Linerless has been priced at $88.

Purchase: $88

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