Deal: Lululemon’s Raddest Workout Gear to Date Is Up to 50% Off
Skip the cheesy slogans and get a better set of gym clothes
If you don’t know acclaimed menswear designer Robert Geller, here’s a quick refresher: he won GQ’s award for Best New Menswear Designers in America, he got his start at Marc Jacobs, and apart from his own collections he’s collaborated with brands ranging from Common Projects to Casio G-Shock to Lululemon. And the latter release, titled “Take the Moment” — a collection of men’s workout gear that gives one of our favorite fitness brands a kick in the pants — is currently up to 53% off.
The deals include the kind of Lululemon gear you’ve learned to love (and that we’ve consistently praised), from shorts with towel loops to sweat-wicking jackets with reflective detailing, but in a much more dapper style. Geller’s structural detailing, color blocking and one-of-a-kind dyes make this a true gym-to-coffee shop collection. You won’t find any boring colors or cheesy slogans here.
To be fair, a couple of the garments — like this short-sleeve snap-up — are a little perplexing. So to help you navigate your way to a better set of gym (and post-gym) clothes, we’ve picked out the five best deals below.
Features reflective details, DWR-treated pockets to keep your phone dry and hem zippers for getting down to your shorts without removing your shoes.
Features reflective details on the back for running in low light, and anti-stink technology for when you stop for a juice after. (Available in three colors.)
Features zippered pockets, a hidden phone slot and a loop to hold your shirt or sweat towel. (Available in three colors.)
Features textured jacquard-knit, sweat-wicking fabric, DWR-treated pocket and reflective details.
Features a hood, back vent, reflective detailing and packable design that fits the entire jacket in a pouch.
Want to see the rest of the Take the Moment collection? Shop the rest of the sale here.
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