Lululemon makes a range of shirts, shorts, and jackets for men and women that emphasize comfort and range of motion.
If you think of lululemon as just a yoga brand for women, let’s catch you up. The brand’s men’s and women’s apparel can be athleisure if you’re in the mood to lounge, but it’s got some technical chops to move with you from the gym to the street.
Read on the learn about some of the different styles of men’s athletic apparel made to move with you.
Lululemon established itself as a women’s yoga brand in 1998 and launched its first men’s line in 2014. The brand has since expanded into making apparel for more active pursuits. Remember, this is the brand that owns Mirror now. It even offers guides for training and mindful self-care.
Beyond that, its roster of global ambassadors is proof of the brand’s reach, with representative athletes known for running, boxing, surfing, snowboarding, and more.
Where the brand differs is its emphasis on comfort and mobility, whether you’re on the couch or working out. As you’ll see in the apparel below, lululemon makes a variety of performance fabrics. Each garment incorporates some of those materials and design strategies to create more range of motion and comfort.
Here are some of the bestsellers that showcase the variety of styles available from lululemon.
This relaxed-fit jacket has some give in the nylon fabric too. It’s water-resistant with big drop-in pockets on the chest and secure hand pockets with a hidden phone sleeve. An internal chest pocket is angled to stash or grab valuables. If the weather turns, pit zips can dump heat while the hood adjusts to the shape of your head.
Here’s an example of lululemon building out a simple crew with a four-way-stretch French terry fabric. The mix of fabrics adds some shape retention and flex to the shirt, which also wicks moisture, whether that’s sweat or a quick shower.
These straightforward joggers add performance with stretch fabrics and a knit intended to feel smooth against the skin and resist wrinkles.
These polyester running and training shorts have a classic 7-inch cut and a zippered stash pocket.
The At Ease Half-Zip is a textured, double-knit cotton crew with polyester and elastane added for wicking and stretch. It has zippered pockets and underarm gussets for more range of motion in your shoulders.
More tapered than traditional joggers, the Surge Hybrid Pants use stretch fabrics to avoid restricting the movements of running. Additionally, the pants come with a zippered pocket, a flat waistband, and reflective hits.
This training shirt is designed with a little extra room in the chest and waist to keep it from clinging to your every move. It also uses the brand’s “anti-stink” tech. That’s both a topical zinc treatment and Silverescent technology, powered by X-STATIC, which uses silver threads to break down the growth of odor-causing bacteria.
These casual, everyday shorts have a drawcord waistband and rear zip pocket to carry your wallet. However, the fabric stretches and has a water-resistant treatment for shedding light rain or spills.
This four-way-stretch cotton-blend hoodie has underarm gussets for more mobility. You can stash a phone and cards in secure zippered pockets, and it has a loop in the back for hanging in your gym locker.
The brand’s water-repellent, windproof Glyde fabric holds a mix of 700-fill-power RSD goose down and PrimaLoft insulation, which is positioned in areas more exposed to rain or snow. The sides of the full-zip vest have stretch panels, and there are zippered exterior pockets for stashing a phone or warming your hands.
At Play & At Rest
There you have it: a full line of athletic wear with lots of emphasis on stretchy, water-resistant fabrics assembled with mobility and comfort in mind.
If your workouts or hobbies involve sweat, lululemon makes apparel you can use. Of course, the brand hopes you’ll want to wear its gear before your workout too.