Our hometown is Vancouver and we know a thing or two about rain. After all, there’s a reason people call it Raincouver—on average, it rains about 165 days a year. Needless to say, our outerwear designers are rain-savvy and well-equipped with first-hand knowledge to create truly intentional and functional gear to help you stay warm and dry in wet weather.
From unrestricted and free to locked-in and supported, the way that you feel in your pants can affect the way that you train in your pants. We use our technical fabrics combined with innovative construction techniques, as well as strategic fits and features, to create functional garment experiences that help you unlock your ultimate performance potential. This is engineered sensation at lululemon.
We engineer our Hugged Sensation to feel like a comfortable embrace from a close friend. These classic styles provide a consistent compression experience throughout a range of tight-fitting silhouettes to keep you feeling poised and balanced throughout your workout (and, let’s be real, your day).
We engineer our Held-in Sensation to provide the ultimate feeling of support in the areas where we want it most. We love this zoned compression because it lets us feel supported and secure through some key muscle groups (we’re looking at you abs, hips, bum and thighs), and free and unrestricted in other areas. We engineer this sensation through two different constructions.
We engineer our Naked Sensation to give us the feeling of wearing nothing with all the coverage we need when we’re moving from Down Dog to Forward Fold. This sensation is all thanks to you—we heard your feedback, loud and clear, that you wanted close-to-body styles that would give you the unrestricted movement of a tight with only gentle compression. Mission accomplished!
Designed with our essential need for nature in mind, we believe in athletic wear that delivers on both performance and style. Through research and partnerships with tailors, artisans, and designers from around the world, we’re reducing the layers between you and the elements by bringing technical apparel design back to the atelier.