Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Fast Track Tank, Track Attack Crops, and More

New Fast Track Tank and matching Mod Moves crops in the Groovy Stripe Nimbus print - a very sharp-looking combo.






More Fast Track Tank photos. Shown with the new Track Attack crops.

The new Athletic Deep V. This is my husband's favorite tank.  :P






Runbeam LS shown with Fast Track shorts in the top two photos.

The new Sizzle Festival bag.

Cool Breeze Blissed Out Wrap.

Cool Breeze Clam Diggers.



22 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am loving the look of the track attack crops...could be really flattering for us curvy girls

Unknown said...

THe new tank reminds me of the Get Fit Tank which I LOVE so I am hoping this works out as well. And I love the Mod Move crops! I will be running in them today but bought my TTS and they fit very comfortably :)

Anonymous said...

OT- Do you guys hand wash the bra cups? Or just do a delicate cycle with them in a wash bag? I know lulu recommends hand washing, but it's so time consuming and I never feel like it can get things as clean that way. How do you guys wash the bra cups? Thanks!! :)

Anonymous said...

Ugh! I wish the crops didn't haves glued seams. I can't deal with those.

Anonymous said...

I've never owner a pair of Naked Seam crops bc I've heard complaints. What's your opinion LLA?

Christie said...

What is wrong with the bonded seams?

Anonymous said...

So I saw them in store today and the only naked seam was inside the gusset. So gusset is stitched then naked seem on top. So bizarre. I didn't have time to try them on but at least you don't have to fear the crotch coming undone on a run.

sophia said...

@anon 3:06 - i stick the damn cups in the washer with everything else - on normal cycle, not delicate. i even stick them in the dryer! that said, i use a front loading machine which is already more delicate that a top loading machine

LuluAddict said...

There was a pair of run crops that had naked seams on the inside and people were popping the crotch out of them. I find the naked seams stiff, with a sharp edge and they are harsh. I don't care for naked seam stuff at all and avoid all of it.

LuluAddict said...

I mean, the naked seams were on the inside of the leg, inner thigh area.

Anonymous said...

Agreed Sophia 4:42. Especially if they're going to be so stingy about providing cup inserts, there's no way I am going to treat them with kid gloves. I just wash them alongside whatever piece I just took them out of.

Anonymous said...

The crops are very flattering, but the price is a bit over the top.

Anonymous said...

I put the bra, cups and all in a delicates bag and wash them with my other lulu. Dry hanging on the airer inside. You can get replacement cups from any store if they loose their shape over time. Man couldnt be bothered doing it any other way the way I go thru workout gear in a day.

Anonymous said...

Tried on the track attack crops today because I really liked online. Although I thought they were very stylish they are also very SHEER!!! Beware I even tried the next size up and they were very sheer.

Anonymous said...

I ordered the Track Attack crops online...just hoping I like them b/c I don't have time to get to a store. I ordered the same size I wear in all LLL bottoms- Mod Moves, Inspires, etc. I am hoping the Luxtreme is good. I don't mind the thin material in the Mod Moves b/c they're nice for running in very hot temps, but the Track Attack crops don't have mesh panels, and so I wouldn't wear them in super hot conditions. Therefore I am hoping the Luxtreme is good. phew. There's the rant. Which brings me to: has anyone tried them on? Comments on fit, fabric, sheerness?
Thanks :)

Anonymous said...

@ 4:26, bonded seams have points or sharp edges in areas and can cut and be painful. Customer reviews have spoken to this, even on the bonded Speed Shorts which are looser. Also, they come apart!

@ 3:06 PM, cups go in a net bag with my LLL top or bra and into the washer with everything else. Air dry.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the bra cup advice! In the washer they go! :)

Anonymous said...

I also put my bra cups in the wash. Air dry.

Usually wash all my Lulu stuff together and air dry as well. Sometimes I put my WU in the dryer for a few mins on low just to get it back in shape. (Is that a cardinal sin?)

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have any comments about the fit and coverage of the Fast Track Tank? I'm a 32 DDD and I can't wear any of the LLL sports bras or tanks because, well, they don't make cup-sized bras in my size, and tanks themselves provide absolutely no support or coverage. A size six fits across the ribs and through the torso, but provides no coverage over the bust, and a size ten sometimes provides enough coverage across the bust, but is huge through the ribs and torso and provides no support.

This Fast Track Tank looks like it has a higher neck and higher arms so I'm wondering if that might be enough fabric to provide coverage in the smaller size that fits me.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am 115lbs 5'6 32dd and purchased this tank in Pizzaz today in my tts size 4. It provides great coverage for both cleavage and side boob:) as far as support I would not run without layering my energy bra underneath. For general working out, lifting, cycling, yoga etc. it provides nice support. The built in bra actually sits properly under my breasts which most other Lulu built in bras do not. The body of the tank is slightly roomy, not in a bad way just not super close to the body. I am actually thinking I need one in another color. I think busty gals will really like this one! Hope this helps:)

Anonymous said...

I guess it's not a "sin" to put LLL in the dryer but I never do. I hang it all to dry (pants, crops, shorts on hangers w/ clips and CRB's, Swiftly shirts, other shirts, bras on a drying rack) and none of it loses shape.

Anonymous said...

Hi All, does anyone know if the Blissed Wrap is available in stores anywhere because my LLL store said they're not getting. I missed out on the super quick appearance on line and I must have in cool breeze! Any help would be much appreciated!