Lululemon’s New Ice Dye


Lululemon has JUST released its most comfortable fabric in a unique ice dye technique that gives the fall collection a tie-dye meets granite look. This fall’s perfect set comes in moss green, grey, hazel and a vibrant blue.

The combination of on-trend fashion and flexible fabric is a homerun in the athleticwear world and Chicago athletes are loving it. Lululemon is consistently at the forefront of fashion and performance and this collection is proof.

What is Ice-dye? Each piece in this collection is one-of-a-kind, resulting from the unique application of an ice dye technique to a technical performance fabric. This technique is rarely seen on technical garments.

Remind me about Nulux: Nulux is designed to give runners a fast and free experience – offering full range of movement while providing weightless coverage. It’s lightweight, sweat wicking, and quick drying. Ice Dye styles include:

  • Fast and Free Highrise Tight
  • Fast and Free Short
  • Energy Bra
  • Define Jacket

I tried out the Fast and Free Highrise Tight and Energy Bra and can’t speak highly enough about the way the fabrics perform. It’s Lululemon quality, so it isn’t surprising to find comfort and fashion, but athletic performance is also tied to this collection. Runners will not be disappointed in the breathability and movement that the fabric provides.

The tie-dye designs are eye-catching and unique. Runners on the LFT will turn heads in the Ice Dye collection this fall. Check out this video showcasing the new collection.


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Mandi began running in middle school and never stopped. As a high school and college cheerleader, running was the exact athletic counterpart to keep her fitness levels high. While attending The John Marshall Law School in 2007, Mandi ran her first Chicago Marathon, the final year it was partnered with title sponsor, LaSalle Bank. Mandi has continued to run several marathons and half marathons each year. An Illinois licensed attorney, Mandi is currently the Executive Director of the Lake County Municipal League, a council of government representing 42 municipalities in Lake County. An avid weekend race warrior, Mandi tries to run 2-3 races each month from Milwaukee to Chicago and loves the opportunity to report about her experiences in Chicago Athlete


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