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1226 wrote: Buy several and return the ones you don't want?
That would be an option if they had a store where I live, but it's five hours away. I'll check them out next time I'm in the city with the wife. I'd rather get a feel of the different materials and styles. I know she'll want to go there. Thanks though.
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So is this deal still good or is everything rasied for prices now?
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ZipSpeed wrote: Good to know. I haven't bought much from LL these days as I find paying $80 for a simple workout shirt to be borderline ridiculous. But with the 25% off, I'm considering picking up a few new Metal Vent shirts as my current ones have seen better days.
I've had the same vent workout shirts for a decade and they still look like when I bought them, hard to argue with that kind of value!
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Lush78 wrote: That would be an option if they had a store where I live, but it's five hours away. I'll check them out next time I'm in the city with the wife. I'd rather get a feel of the different materials and styles. I know she'll want to go there. Thanks though.
Once the stores open, you have 30 days to return.
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ownthesky wrote: I've had the same vent workout shirts for a decade and they still look like when I bought them, hard to argue with that kind of value!
Make sure you wash cold water and hang/lay flat to dry. Avoid the dryer and hot water. They will last forever!!!! I have some going on 10 years.
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Lush78 wrote: That would be an option if they had a store where I live, but it's five hours away. I'll check them out next time I'm in the city with the wife. I'd rather get a feel of the different materials and styles. I know she'll want to go there. Thanks though.
You can ship them back no?... Risk free. Juli is their softest fabric and are on their Align pant.
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Lush78 wrote: I've been curious about men's pants here, but I've never been inclined to buy any. I like to wear Under Armour joggers around the house for comfort and warmth. I don't like the the elastic ankles or tapered look of most athletic pants. I prefer the straight and relaxed fit. I would want something that stands up to weekly washing with normal laundry and household maintenance/work without wearing out prematurely. My UA joggers are a few years old, but still basically like new. Are there any pants here that fit what I'm looking for? I checked the site, but I have no clue.
If you're looking for outdoor pants, No they won't hold up like a canvas product would. You'd want work overalls... if you're talking about changing a light bulb, or doing trim work, yes they'll do well. Your best bet for fit would be "great wall" pant those are looser fit on the ankle but a great pant.
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Theparky wrote: If you're looking for outdoor pants, No they won't hold up like a canvas product would. You'd want work overalls... if you're talking about changing a light bulb, or doing trim work, yes they'll do well. Your best bet for fit would be "great wall" pant those are looser fit on the ankle but a great pant.
Thank you. That's more like the style I prefer. I'm not looking for work pants, I have plenty of those. But when I'm home, I always find myself getting into a project that I had no plans for when I get dressed in the morning. I like pants that are comfortable, warm, and utilitarian.
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Thanks OP. Ordered more than I should've.
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Asho94 wrote: Crazy, I feel like 3 years ago this deal posted to RFD gets a wildly different response, good to see people coming around on quality around here.
I've been buying Lu since they came out with a men's line and many of the products have declined in quality. Thin materials, inconsistent fit, poor stitching, etc.

There are a few decent staples (Pace Breakers, THE, Metal Tech, ABC, etc.) but there's a lot of mediocre stuff. Just look at the reviews of the items on WMTM; many get lit up.
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Deal is dead BTW.

I've tried multiple accounts, VPN, different browsers, etc.
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Do you see any women’s sweat pants that are flattering? Their “joggers” seem mostly like baggy tights which aren’t that great for warmth or looks. Doesn’t have to be heavy, but a sweatpant material?
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jaszy wrote: Prana Brions (when on sale and taken to a tailor for taper after the fact) were a life changer. Couldn't afford lulus but i'll splurge this time for my first pair of ABCs! Thank you!
willyxjai wrote: You wont regret it, you and your boys will thank you. I thought i was crazy couple years ago spending $100 plus on some athlesiure pants and fast forward today i have six pairs in my closet not including couple more pairs I bought from this deal.
Give Duer a try. They're a Canadian company based out of Vancouver and I've been wearing their pants for a while. Unlike Lulu and Prana, their pants are mostly made out of cotton, so I find them slightly more suitable and comfortable for everyday wear versus nylon or poly. They're super stretchy, fit (me) well, and have some anti-microbial properties too so you can wash them less and not worry about them stinking up.
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Thanks OP. I usually order from WMTM or the in-store sale rack so I’m taking advantage of this 25% off sale.
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milhaus wrote: Do you see any women’s sweat pants that are flattering? Their “joggers” seem mostly like baggy tights which aren’t that great for warmth or looks. Doesn’t have to be heavy, but a sweatpant material?
Most of the cotton cozy sweats are usually a winter item.

Right now : ready to rulu pant (super comfy running luon material, super soft and buttery)

Ready to fleece joggers: Pima cotton

Dance studio pant?

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