Hustle Pant (Regular)
Solid sweat pants - even if you're super built!
Swapped these pants from some ABC pants as my thighs are pretty built from years of track/wrestling/cycling/bodybuilding (5"10 guy who is lean at 205 lbs)....THEY ROCK!
Fit: Lots of room, not too baggy nor too tight
Material: Feels extremely comfortable
Price: Fair, given some other competitors are +/- 20$
Great pocket positioning
As for the leg opening, it feels "just right", it drapes perfectly over my size 11.5 basketball shoes - so if you're in a need for some lounge sweats or something to wear to University/College...get these!
September 7, 2014
Solid pair of sweatpants
These are my first pair of lululemon sweatpants and I have to say I am pretty happy. I have a lean-athletic build so the "slim fit" fitting that everyone is talking about in the other reviews isn't a problem for me. All in all, great, thick material. Nice neutral color. No issues. Can't wait to utilize these pants post-gym.
September 6, 2014
similar to post gravity
I have a tall in the post gravity and a regular in these. I like the post gravity's better, but this is a color way that wasn't ever offered in them and does seem to fit a bit trimmer below the knee.
September 2, 2014
Peg leg pants gotta love them...
So these are similar to last seasons Post Gravity pants which I have 5 pairs of,and are awesome for the cooler months. With one exception, the pant leg holes are smaller. This seems to be the trend in LL line of pants (case in point the new Kung Fu pant 2.0)and I for one am not buying it (literally and figuratively). I'm not sure why we need the pant leg holes tighter? The straighter leg pants seem to fit more of an athletic build guy better IMHO. I understand the trend is slimmer fit legs in general but why push that across the whole line of pants? Maybe have a straighter leg version for variety. LL your men's pants are getting tighter and your men's shirts are getting looser. Looks like my workout gear $ is going to a new place this season.
August 19, 2014