lululemon womens footwear collection from lululemon; (photo/lululemon)
(Photo/lululemon)

lululemon Leaps Into Running Footwear With 4 Women’s Styles

Lululemon’s first-ever collection of women’s footwear should cover every running, training, recovery, and everyday need.

On March 22, the activewear clothier will launch into footwear with the Blissfeel running shoe for women. The runner will be available through lululemon’s online and retail locations, but the brand is also teasing three soon-to-be-released options to fit several fitness categories.

Here’s what we know about each footwear style so far.

lululemon Women’s Footwear

The Blissfeel womens running shoe from lululemon; (photo/lululemon)
The Blissfeel running shoe from lululemon; (photo/lululemon)

lululemon Blissfeel Running Shoe

  • Applications: Long distances and a lot of miles
  • Key features:
    • Supportive but movement-responsive upper
    • “Energy-filled” underfoot foam cushioning
    • Available in 10 colors

lululemon Chargefeel Cross-Trainer

  • Applications: Gym sessions, short runs
  • Key features:
    • Dual-density midsole for energy damping and return
    • Midfoot lock-down upper design

lululemon Restfeel Slide

  • Applications: Post-workout recovery
  • Key features:
    • Elevated slide design
    • Claims to deliver “unparalleled feel and aesthetic” (we’re not sure what that means, honestly)

lululemon Strongfeel Trainer

  • Applications: Training, multidirectional movement
  • Key features:
    • Low profile
    • Supportive midsole and “multidirectional” outsole
    • Midfoot lock-down upper design

Availability for lululemon Footwear

According to the folks at lulu, the Chargefeel and Restfeel will enter the market this summer, with the Strongfeel to follow this fall. But that’s not the end of the road — the company plans on launching a men’s footwear collection sometime next year.

Sign up to be notified of when the Blissfeel running shoe drops at lululemon online.

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Jilli grew up in the rural southern Colorado mountains, later moving to Texas for college. After seven years in corporate consulting, she was introduced to sport climbing — and life would never be the same. She now works as a contributor, gear tester, and editor for GearJunkie and other outlets within the AllGear family. She is based out of Atlanta, Georgia where she takes up residence with her climbing gear and one-eared blue heeler, George Michael.