Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Product Information: Ebb and Flow Crop

Here is the Product Notification Info on the new Ebb and Flow Crops. My PN says it comes in sizes 4-10 in denim Deep Indigo and black. I think the photo above is the denim Deep Indigo one since it looks bluish.

  • The perfect no fuss seamless crop, from yoga to the gym, to life - this crop fits like a second skin
  • Our seamless construction uses a nylon/spandex, so smooth, you barely feel it
  • Medium rise, snug fit, calf length
  • High recovery waistband is smooth & flat
  • Gusset designed for greater range of movement & comfort
  • Bound hem will keep your crop in place
  • Flat seamed for chafe-resistance & comfort

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I bet these will be super expensive, based on the tank price.

Anonymous said...

Not a fan of seamless crops; material typically snags easily. Can also be see-through depending on position. Does anyone know otherwise about these specific ones?

Anonymous said...

They are $78. I saw them in stores and I absolutely love them. They literally feel like a second skin, just like the description. They are not see through! They did not have my right size so I am waiting impatiently for them to be available to order online.

Anonymous said...

Tried them on today with low expectations and came home with a pair. I plan to run in them . They feel amaging and look great.

Anonymous said...

what stores are you finding these at?

Anonymous said...

Ugh...why no size 2?

Anonymous said...

One of the first lulu items I've ever seen that doesn't have a copyrighted fabric name (such as luon or rulu or Vitasea, etc). .. interesting.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know if they show flaws?

Anonymous said...

The PN I received from the Naples shop said the two colors are Dark Indigo(no mention of denim) and Black. Excited for the Indigo

Anonymous said...

They show some flaws, but not as badly as I expected. They honestly were better than I expected, but still nothing amazing imo. Considering the price and how plain they are, I ended up passing.

On a side note, in my store there were two sections in the pants/crops of former clearance merchandise (one section of stills and one of relaxed pants). All of them were sorted by size, just like astros or wunders etc. They also had the clearance stickers removed to make them look like normal merchandise (except for the obvious removal). All of these pants weren't there a couple days ago so I'm not sure if lulu sent all of the relaxed and stills they had online that weren't selling and thought they'd try to sell them full price in stores??? Either way it's obnoxious imo. This store also had a whole section of the sparkly scubas at full price too (discount stickers removed).

I'm a big lulu fan but between disappointing uploads, blah items and now this---lulu is dropping quickly in my eyes.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the sale stickers were removed for new sale stickers? I just noticed the sparkle cuddle up is now priced at $69

Anonymous said...

These suckers are tight! There are in the Texas stores for sure. I wish a wunder under crop would come in the deep indigo

Anonymous said...

keep the customer aways unhappy not getting what they want artificial scarcity! that is the business model. Then give then dribble to keep them hooked- hey it seems to work! But yes they need competition for sure! Yes some wunder unders w/ a inch higher rise would be best and some navy indigo or dark blue would be nice! I thought a black swan pant or tight would have been nice, i don't really like it w/ black personally! kept me from buying more pieces of the black swan and i loved it!!!

Groovinpinky said...

@ Anon 6:53 - I share your frustration. I went in shortly after New Years and found a scoop neck on sale with the regularly priced items so I quickly snatched it up. I went back a few days later only to find the same scoop necks with the sale sticker sloppily torn off. Why would they do that?

CAROL said...

I just bought a pair from the Santa Monica store and the tag said they're denim (a lot less of them left compared to the black)