This is a Lululemon white running hoodie shell pullover jacket with turquoise blue trim, zipper with a pony tail hole.
Here is a full view of the front of the jacket. It is made of a very sheer striped fabric that hold wrinkles well.
This is a close up of the top of the front of the shell. It has a different yoke design in front.
Here is a close up view of the turquoise zipper. If you look closely, you can see the plastic zipper pull that has an omega stamped on it. You can also see a zipper garage or chin protector.
In this photo you can see the turquoise zipper of the front pocket. At the end you can see a round turquoise plastic zipper pull with an omega symbol stamped on it.
Here is a close up view of the metal ends of the hood laces. It has lululemon athletica on the ends.
Here is a full view of the side of the jacket. It is of medium length.
This is a close up of one of the sleeves that show the signature Lululemon thumb holes.
This is a close up of the air vents along the shoulder and arms.
Here is a close up of the panel of a different fabric, it feels more like a textured cotton feel.
This is a full view of the back of the jacket. It’s not a clear photo but you might be able to notice a pleat in the middle.
This is a close up of the top of the hood that shows the pony tail holder. I love it when they have this!
Here is a better view of the pleat in the middle of the back of the jacket. It gives more roominess.
This is a view of the hood from the front. This second photo shows a large silver omega Lululemon symbol. You can notice the stripes in the fabric here better.
Here is a view of the inside of the jacket. There is a label that says that it was Designed in Vancouver, Made in Bangladesh. It is a size 6.
This is one of my favorite running items! It is the kind of thing you’d put on when it’s not quite warm enough for just a top, but is light enough so that you can take it off and carry it with you for the rest of the run. I usually tied the arms around my waist. It is also good to shield from the wind, too. It’s not waterproof though. Does anybody remember the name of this?