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Lululemon Purple Lilac Heather Light Grey Mesh Air Vents Running Tights 083

This is a pair of light purple lilac heather running tights with light grey or white mesh inserts.

Here is a close up of the two-inch waistband with the drawstring. It is made of a satin like material.

Here is a view of the bottom front.  There are mesh inserts or air vents. The tights are mid calf length. They are a light grey or even white color.

Here is the full length back view.

Here is the back view of the top of the tights.

And another.

Here is the back view of the bottom legs. There is a closer view of the light grey mesh inserts, air vents. You can also see the small silver omega lululemon symbol on the left hand leg.

Here is a close up of the tag that I didn’t rip out. They are size 10.  It also says wet, dry, warm on the top of the inside of the waistband.

What was unusual is that it says, designed in Vancouver, made in Indonesia!

The body fabric is: 82% nylon and 18% lycra spandex. There are three other fabric blends on the label!

The inside crotch as a cotton like material.

They are by far the most comfortable running tights! Does anybody know the name of them?

 


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Lululemon Black Long Running Pants Kickers Run Tights Size 12 081

This is a brand new pair of women’s running pants tights that I bought for somebody who changed their mind.

They are size 12 and have the tags as well which will make the description a breeze for me! Here is the back view.

Here is a close up of the top of the back. There is a silver omega lululemon symbol in the middle of a wide waistband.

Here is another view of the back, with more of the thigh part showing.

Here is one of the attached tags.

Instructions on how to launder the item.

Here is the description and name of the tights/pants.

  1. Perfect running tight
  2. Reflective art for visibility and safety
  3. Lengthened gusset to prevent inner thigh chaffing
  4. Inside waistband pocket for keys and money
  5. Drawstring waist for adjustment and support
  6. Preshrunk
  7. Chafe free flat seams
  8. Wicking quick dry
  9. 4 way stretch

And here is the rip it out tag!

These are nice!

Hey, ever wonder why they call them ‘tight’ instead of ‘tights’? And ‘pant’ instead of ‘pants’?