Thursday, November 15, 2012

NEW! Toasty Tech Fleece Tight and What the Fluff Jacket


New What the Fluff Jacket. This is cute, too. It comes in Polar Cream, Love Red, and Black.

Drop the skirt for extra splash protection or remove the hood when icy winds aren't blowing Wind and water-resistant fabric for any kind of weather 800-fill-power premium goose down for warmth and loft retention The stretchy Rulu™ panels are breathable and inherently moisture wicking Cool down quickly with zipper vents 

 New Toasty Tech Tight. I think these are tech fleece. I will update with more info when I find it.

Photo of the Clarity What the Fluff Pullover


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

What do you think they mean by "Drop the skirt"? Is there a built in skirt, or are they talking about the running skirt they're releasing? And why can't this jacket just cover the crotch and butt? Seriously. If the jacket was the length of the pullover, I'd buy it.

Anonymous said...

It is cute!!! Any word of a vest coming out? The lastest ones didn't come in my size and I'm lusting after a cute vest.

Anonymous said...

Pullover and jacket are both cute! And darn it I just bought the run: turn around! I'm still skeptical about the fill power though (esp. for my run: turn around). When the tag said 800 and the website said 650, Lulu originally confirmed in facebook and when commenting on their website reviews that it WAS 650. Now, they've changed their comments on website reviews to say it is actually 800, and they've updated the website description. I'm not sure whether to believe them or not - if this is true, what would make them initially confirm, publicly and in more than one place that it was 650?

sophia said...

@anon 9:05 - i'm just guessing here. but i think that the "skirt" refers to a snow-skirt (or snow-skirt like) inner lining. many ski jackets have an inner snow skirt which is basically just a lining with a cinchable hem (a hem separate from the jacket's hem) - this skirt helps to keep the snow from creeping into your jacket. perhaps the jacket has such a snow skirt? it would make sense that if it does, you could un-cinch it and let it hang out the bottom to cover your butt a bit

Unknown said...

The vest is shown in a previous post - it's nice as well but I agree on the jacket: too short. I'm digging the length on the pullover however given my height versus the model's height, this could actually be TOO long. I sincerely hope not. And just yesterday I was thinking to myself "I wonder if LLL will release a fleece tight..." - hope there is no CT!

Anonymous said...

I really like this jacket but I'm afraid of what the price is going to be. Something tells me to expect $250-$300...which makes it too rich for my blood.

Anonymous said...

Liking the look of the new tights. Hoping it has a back zipper though! Can't wait to hear more.

Anonymous said...

If you are having camel toe issues, you are either wearin the wrong size, or wearing your pants pulled up higher than intended.

Anonymous said...

Toasty Tech Tight - finally, perhaps a true contender tight for serious winter running.

I do love the look of that What the Fluff pullover, but I won't pay $200 or whatever it is going to be.

Unknown said...

Not for nothing, but there are plenty who have CT issues in their proper size simply because the cut of the pant or gusset does not fit their body shape - and if you go up a size, the pants are too loose! I miss the diamond gusset...

Anonymous said...

all the gussett talk? I don't get it? i suppose i'm lucky i've never had issue w/ that? anyways i finally love the jacket and the pullover and those tights look nice too- but need to see from the front too. I hope they have some good colors for the jackets? and hope the price isn't a deal breaker for me? we'll wait and see-

Anonymous said...

I am so disappointed in the run:ice queen pants.
Went running in 7c temperatures and my thighs and bum were actually cold! My brushed winder unders were warmer than them! They fit great but definitely don't keep you away from the chill , as they say they do ..:( very sad

Anonymous said...

LOoks like I'll be checking out those tights

Unknown said...

I had the same experience with my IQ pants - definitely not as warm as expected. I still lo
Ike them but that was a disappointment.

Anonymous said...

I tried this jacket yesterday - it wasn't as short as it showed on the model (who has a long torso) and it actually covers my behind. The tag did say it's 800-fill but it's not puffy. It's a thin, lightweight jacket. I ordered it online in the polar color. I think it's a lovely jacket especially for the asymmetrical zippers. The inner layer for the front/neck are just for show imo, it's not a full 2nd layer. I plan to wear this for my morning run and maybe during spring skiing. Was hesitant about the price of $248 but at least it's a real jacket with goose down. I bought the Uba hoodie but couldn't really justify the price of $178 for a hoodie eventho the material is oh-so-soft!