Lululemon is offering major discounts on super chic leggings, pants and more

Taylor Bell


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Whether you’re a yogi or not, you’ve probably got a pair of yoga pants sitting somewhere in your closet. Whether you wear them to work out or run errands, that’s none of my business. But, one thing is true: getting your hands on quality yoga pants and other activewear is not always easy.

Thankfully, you can score a ton of athletic goodies at Lululemon on sale right now. From chic leggings to stylish joggers to kick-back in, there’s a wide array of sportswear to stock up on with slashed prices.

Under the brand’s We Made Too Much sale section, you can snag dozens of workout essentials for less. For example, we spotted a pair of these Mapped Out High-Rise Tights designed with special ventilation fabric for nearly $50 off. We’re also a big fan of these super chic limited edition Speed Wunder Tights for runners that are currently less than $100. Additionally, there are a few styles left of the popular Align Pants, marked down from $98 to $79, up for grabs.

But, you’ll find some of the biggest discounts among the brand’s outerwear collection. For example, this sleek waterproof Here to Move Jacket is almost $100 off.

And if you’re looking for a Father’s Day gift, be sure to check out the brand’s curated gift guide for dads. It includes a range of stylish, casual attire that Dad can wear to the office or to the family barbecue.

It’s worth noting, however, that items in the We Made Too Much Section appear to be final sale, so choose wisely. Select styles and sizes are already running out, so be sure to get your favorites while supplies last! Ahead, we’ve rounded up a list of some must-have products to round out your wardrobe.

Shop: Mapped Out High-Rise Tight 28″, $79+ (Orig. $128)

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Shop: Pace Rival Mid-Rise Crop 22″, $69 (Orig. $88)

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Shop: Align Pant Super High-Rise 28″ Velvet, $89 (Orig. $118)

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Credit: Lululemon

Shop: Fine Form Bra Medium Support A-E Cups, $49 (Orig. $78)

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Shop: Take Shape Bra A–C Cups, $19 (Orig. $68)

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Shop: Hooded Define Jacket Nulu, $99 (Orig. $128)

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Shop: Better Best Long Sleeve, $39 (Orig. $78)

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Shop: Picnic Play Dress, $59 (Orig. $118)

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Credit: Lululemon

Shop: On the Fly 7/8 Pant Woven 25″, $79 (Orig. $118)

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Credit: Lululemon

Shop: Seek Simplicity Tank 2 Ways, $29 (Orig. $48)

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From jackets to leggings, you can score some major discounts on popular activewear in Lululemon's sale section.
From jackets to leggings, you can score some major discounts on popular activewear in Lululemon's sale section.

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