Friday, July 23, 2010

Pics of New Stuff - Commit Tank, Run: Reflection Vest, Revitalize Skirt, Push UR Limits in New Colors & More

One of the stores posted their wall of new stuff. This is what I see - Track and Field Jacket, Swiftly tees in Alarming and Oasis, Run: Reflection Vest in a hideous stripe pattern, Run: Inspire Crop, Reflection Skirt, the new tank made of the mesh/silverescent material in a hideous color blocking. I'm not sure what jackets/tops are hanging to the left of the new crops but it looks interesting.

Run: Reflection Vest

Not a fan of this stripe pattern in the photo, maybe it looks better in person. I know from the "hidden" photos that it also comes in solid coal. This is made of the new material that has the reflectivity built in. Anyone know the price? I'm sure it's hefty.


Re-engineered Run: Swiftly Racerback

The Run: Swiftly Racerback has been re-engineered to make the armholes smaller. I'm not seeing it in these photos but I'll definitely try it on at the store.


New Scoop Necks


New Push UR Limits in Alarming, Oasis, and Citron (better get the cups with Citron)

Fouette Tanks in Citron and Oasis


Commit Tank
The Commit is basically the All Out tank with a much higher neckline. It also comes in Coal and Black.

Revitalize Skirts(not sure this is the right name)


 New Scuba Hoodie


18 comments:

ChiRunner said...

I though the same thing when I saw the 're-engineered' armholes on the swiftly tank - they look exactly the same (too big) to me.

And I love the idea of the new reflective stuff, but I think the stripe patterns are really ugly (at least those shown in this batc of photos). I hope some of the other colorways look better.

Vicki said...

Bout time new scoopnecks came out, it's been forever!

pilatesmom said...

The stripes are super UGLY. love the grey/citron scoopneck though.

Luna said...

Yea, armholes still look big to me too. I will def. try it in person when they hit a store.

Today I came home with Oasis stride jacket. Such a pretty green-ish blue. :) I also tried on Alarming Define jacket. Super cute. Although I really wanted it, getting 2 full priced jackets was too much for me, so I chose my first love, Oasis stride today.

Anonymous said...

The only thing I want is the citron/grey scoopneck. I hope it's coal/citron and not black/citron. I don't like the look of the black combination scoop neck (with Alarming and Oasis). I would have preferred solids in those colors.

The vest is not attractive, what a blah pattern. I do like the look of the running skirts.

Erin said...

The Commit Tank also comes in Oasis - I picked one up today (fits tts), along with the Fouette Tank in Oasis (fits big, I needed to size down). Oasis is such a pretty colour! I also got the Knock Out Shorts in Static/Oasis, and the Bon Voyage Duffel in Coal/Manifesto print.

Anonymous said...

New armholes? They look the exact same. I wish lulu would fix the tank properly - this is the best fabric for running and it sucks they haven't had a proper-fitting swiftly tank for this summer.

I picked up the coal Scuba hoodie today. I do like the fit and the color-blocking seemed to work, in my opinion, really well w/ the coal and sport grey. Love the alarming color. I happened to be wearing a Cheer red pima tee and the colors are really so close, it looked like they were meant to match.

Anonymous said...

Also just wanted to comment on the stripey vest. I'm not a fan of this particular stripe pattern, but I have to give lulu kudos for putting it out there. With a lot of active wear it's trying to reinvent the wheel to come up with something new. This one may be a 'miss', but it's different and no one will mistake it for Nike or Adidas, etc.

LuluAddict said...

Sorry, Anon 3:58, can't give them credit for the fugly striped pattern. Lululemon used to make the most beautiful, unique prints and they've abandoned them in favor of simple (cheaper?) stripes and plaids.

Zanna said...

The stripe vest and shorts looks like pajama prints to me.

Anonymous said...

But, the reflective aspect of the fabric sure is cool, in my opinion!

Anonymous said...

The reflective aspect is pretty cool, indeed. I wonder if it can be woven into fabric without a print, though. Stripes aren't really my thing, nor are prints. Lulu has made some fab prints but I admire them from afar - I would never buy one to wear.

Anonymous said...

Saw the citron/coal scoop neck tank in my local store today. It is coal and not black and it's super cute. I tried on the new oasis skirt. I had to get my usual size in the skirt ( with most of their skirts I have to size down a size). It does kind of look like a high school field hockey skirt.

RunningOnCoffee said...

a higher neckline is key on that commit tank! I never tried the All Out tank, but knew my chest would be all out just from looking at it. Is the educator wearing a strapless bra with that tank?

hard to tell a difference on the swiftly tank arm holes.

Erin said...

RunningOnCoffee: I don't think the educator is wearing a bra under the Commit - what you are seeing is piping around the bust of the shirt. I bought the same shirt in Oasis, and the detailing is in black so it stands out.

Colorado Pilates Teacher said...

Interesting items ... I agree with many that the stripes are just SO ugly. What happened to all the lovely patterns Lulu used to make?? Also, does anyone know about the fit of the Fouette tank? I live hours from a store and buy everything online. I am a pretty consistent size 6 in the tanks, although I took an 8 in the Mynah tank. Does the Fouette run true to size? Thanks so much for any info! Love this blog!

Anonymous said...

and I'm so glad they stopped making all the floral and curly cue patterns on tanks and everywhere..to me, THOSE were fugly and screamed cougar-ific ;) (and not in a good way). Just goes to show that everyone loves different things! Each to her own, but I much prefer stripes and plaids to florals and goofy prints

Anonymous said...

run:revitalize skirt is awesome. I got one today. great fit. :)