The 15 Best Finds in lululemon’s “We Made Too Much” Section

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From leggings that fit like a second skin to durable tops that move with you, lululemon’s activewear is built to support you through even the toughest workouts. Comfortable, breathable, and stylish, the brand’s offerings include men’s clothing, women’s clothing, accessories, and more. And while we’ve found that the best lululemon leggings are worth investing in, the brand’s prices aren’t always budget-friendly. 

Luckily, there’s an easy way to save on your favorite lululemon pieces: The company’s “We Made Too Much” section drops the prices on some of their most popular styles. Although lululemon doesn’t label these as “sales,” you can find great prices on fan favorites! 

Even better, lululemon refreshes its “We Made Too Much” section with brand-new deals every Thursday morning. There are always great savings on leggings, sneakers, shorts, sports bras, and more. But if the idea of spending hours scrolling through lululemon’s We Made Too Much section every few days sounds exhausting, just keep this list bookmarked. We’ll update this article weekly with top finds at lululemon’s best prices. Here’s what’s available right now:

Align High-Rise Pant with Pockets

Align Hi-Rise Pant 25"

LULULEMON

We Made Too Much price: $59-$99 (was $128-$138)

Made from lululemon’s signature Nulu fabric, the fan-favorite Align leggings are soft and lightweight. When we tested lululemon leggings, this pair reigned supreme, scoring a 5 out of 5 for opacity, fit, value, and more. They have a secure, high-rise waistband and four-way stretch, so you can focus on your workout without worrying that they’ll sag or roll down.

“These fit me perfectly,” our tester said. “They're compressive but still comfortable, and I loved the support they gave me while working out. They're also very stretchy, so getting them on and off is easy.” Usually, the brand’s most popular leggings cost more than $130—but they’re currently available for as low as $59

While they don’t have a drawstring, like the Wunder Train High-Rise Tight does, the Align leggings have three deep pockets that can hold your keys, wallet, or phone. However, they only offer light compression. For a more supportive fit, we recommend the Fast and Free High-Rise Tight, which is also available right now for under $100.

Align T-Shirt

lululemon Alig T-Shirt

Lululemon 

We Made Too Much price: $29-$49 (was $68-$78)

One of the best deals in the We Made Too Much secion is on lululemon’s Align T-Shirt, which usually costs almost $80. This top pairs perfectly with the Align High-Rise Pant with Pockets, since both are made from the same silky Nulu fabric. 

A scoop neckline and cap sleeves give this t-shirt a sleek silhouette. The slim fit moves with you, while the cropped hem hits right above your waist. Sweat-wicking and breathable, this shirt can hold up in hot yoga classes or outdoor workouts in warm weather. 

It also has four-way stretch to keep you feeling confident and comfortable in the gym. For more coverage, try the Align Long Sleeve Shirt (get it for as low as $39) or the Align High-Neck Tank Top (get it for as low as $34).

Wunder Train High-Rise Tight 25”

Lululemon Wunder Under High-Rise Tight 25" Full-On Luxtreme

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $49-$79 (was $98-$118)

The Wunder Train High-Rise Tight is one of the most durable pairs of lululemon leggings we tested—unlike other pairs from the brand, these can be tossed in both the washer and the dryer. They’re also made from Everlux fabric, which is breathable and sweat-wicking, even in warm weather. 

With a perfect 5 out of 5 score across all categories we tested for, the Wunder Train leggings are a solid, reliable option for everyday wear. Our tester loved the interior drawstring because it keeps the waistband up during high-impact exercise. “They didn't budge or shift and I wore them during a variety of workouts, including a leg workout with squats, lunges, deadlifts, and more,” she noted. 

And now, they’re available for under $80. But unlike the Fast and Free High-Rise Crop, which has seven pockets, this pair only has one. 

Fast and Free High-Rise Crop 23”

Lululemon fast and free crop

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $69-$89 (was $118)

Our top pick for runners, the Fast and Free High-Rise Crop leggings are opaque and lightweight. Nulux fabric offers supportive compression, while an interior drawstring keeps the waistband up for miles. With a 5 out of 5 score in every category we tested for, these leggings will become a staple in your weekly rotation. 

Our tester liked how versatile they are: “These can be worn in all seasons—they are a little bit longer than typical cropped leggings, so they provide coverage in cooler months. They're also sweat-wicking and kept me cool in the middle of summer,” she said. 

Plus, they have seven pockets: One on each leg that’s deep enough to hold your phone, and five in the waistband for your keys, earbuds, and more. But the waistband can feel tight, so for a looser fit, we recommend the InStill High-Rise Tight (which is also available for as low as $49).

Invigorate Training Tank Top

Lululemon nvigorate Training Tank Top

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $29-$54 (was $68)

Another one of our favorites from the "WMTM" section is the Invigorate Training Tank Top, a sweat-wicking layer with a racerback silhouette that sets it apart from other lululemon styles. Made from Everlux fabric, this tank top is designed to combat sweat and heat during workouts. 

While it isn’t seamless, like the Ebb to Street Tank Top, this lightweight layer is designed to offer gentle support for low-impact workouts. A built-in shelf bra with removable cups provides additional coverage. And like many lululemon pieces, this top also has four-way stretch. 

For an easy two-piece set, pair this top with the Invigorate High-Rise Tight, currently avialable for as low as $49.

The Mat 5mm

Lululemon The Mat 5mm Made With FSC-Certified Rubber

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $69 (was $98)

Level up your daily practice with The Mat. A rubber base provides more cushioning than most traditional mats offer, which makes yoga and Pilates classes easier on your body. A grippy top layer absorbs sweat and prevents slipping, without feeling sticky. 

We like that The Mat is reversible—so you can choose the softer or grippier side as needed to hold more difficult poses. It’s also mold- and mildew-resistant, so you can toss it in your gym bag without a second thought. Worked up a serious sweat during hot yoga? Simply wipe The Mat clean, and it’s ready for next time.

If 5 millimeters is too much cushioning for you, try the 3-millimeter version instead. And for extra room to breathe, we like The (Big) Mat, which is longer and wider. To complete your setup, reach for lululemon’s Yoga Mat Towel with Grip.

All Powered Up Bra

Lululemon All Powered Up Bra Medium Support

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $49 (was $88)

When we tested sports bras for large breasts, the All Powered Up Bra was one of our top picks. Our tester loved the soft, smooth fabric and the bra’s design, which lifted and supported her chest without squeezing her ribcage too tight. The band and straps are also adjustable, for a customizable fit. 

“This sports bra fits perfectly! It's actually the best-fitting sports bra I've ever owned and the only one I want to work out in now,” our tester explained. She also appreciated that there was zero spillage or gapping. 

Normally, the All Powered Up Bra is $88—but you can grab one for only $49 while it’s on in the We Made Too Much section. Just note that it offers medium support for most workouts. If you’re looking for more compression, we recommend the Energy Bra, currently available for as low as $39.

Power Stride Tab Sock 3 Pack

Power Stride Tab Sock 3 Pack

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $24 (was $38)

If you’re wondering whether the right sock really makes a difference, our tester confirmed that the Power Stride Tab Sock does. Now, you can stock up on this pack of three lightweight, durable pairs. 

“The socks were SO comfortable,” our tester noted. “I would even say they are the most comfortable pair of socks I have ever worn. They are super lightweight, and I barely noticed them on my walks. They are thin, but in the best way!”

The heel tab offers additional protection from uncomfortable rubbing and painful blisters. A crew length is also available. For extra warmth in cold temperatures, try the Daily Stride Fuzzy Crew Sock (which comes in a women’s version, too).

Groove Super-High-Rise Flared Pant Nulu

Lululemon Groove Super High Rise Flared Pant

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $59-$89 (was $118)

The Groove Super-High-Rise Flared Pant is lululemon’s answer to the flared yoga pant trend. These bottoms are soft and stylish, with a barely-there feel that’s a trademark of the brand’s Nulu fabric. A wide waistband offers gentle support—plus, it has a pocket that’s large enough to hold your phone. 

Ideal for lounging around or low-impact workouts like yoga, these comfortable pants are also sweat-wicking and made with four-way stretch. And while they’re usually $118, you can pick up a pair for as low as $59 while they’re still on sale. 

If you love the silhouette of this pair, but not the length, try the Groove Super-High-Rise Crop 23”. They have many of the same features in a shorter inseam that some may find easier to wear. And if you prefer a more subtle flare, we like the Align High-Rise Mini Flared Pant.

City Sweat Jogger

lululemon City Sweat Jogger

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $59-$89 (was $118)

lululemon’s City Sweat Jogger is soft and cozy, perfect for running weekend errands or cozying up on the couch. Made from French terry fabric, these pants are breathable and have a loose, but tapered fit. We like that you can wear them with the City Sweat Pullover Hoodie for a casual set that’s ready to go anywhere. 

The waistband has a drawstring that can be worn inside or out. Plus, the hidden pockets are secure enough for stashing your phone and other essentials. The only downside? You may have to share them: “I kept stealing these from my partner so I bought my own pairs,” one reviewer wrote. 

While they’re usually over $100 per pair, you can pick up the City Sweat Jogger for as low as $59 while they’re still on sale. For a thicker pant that can keep you warm in cold temperatures, try the Scuba High-Rise Jogger, a similar pair that’s made with fleece (also starting at $59). 

Fast and Free Running Hat

Lululemon Women's Fast and Free Running Hat

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $19 (was $38)

Runners will appreciate the low-profile, feature-packed Fast and Free Running Hat. Lightweight and quick-drying, it’s one of our top picks because it won’t distract you while you’re on the go. It’s also stretchy, with an adjustable closure in the back to help you find the right fit. 

We like that this hat has reflective details to keep you visible at night or in bad weather. You can also pick from a range of bright colors to keep in your running rotation. 

A men’s version is also available. And if a brim isn’t your style, try the Run for It All Beanie, which is made from warm, water-repellent fleece. 

Ventilated Hiking Short Sleeve Shirt

Lululemon Ventilated Hiking Short Sleeve Shirt

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $39-$44 (was $88)

Designed to keep you comfortable on long hikes, the Ventilated Hiking Short Sleeve Shirt is made from quick-drying waffle fabric that wicks away sweat while you walk. This shirt also has mesh underarm gussets, which help promote airflow and prevent the arms or shoulders from feeling too tight. 

We like that the seams, which are on the shoulders in most other shirts, have been moved to prevent chafing from backpack straps. Right now, you can find this high-tech top for as low as $39 while it's in the We Made Too Much section. 

Available in nine neutral and jewel-tone colors, this stylish top was made for on-the-go adventures. Layer the waterproof Precipitation Jacket on top, so you’ll truly be prepared for anything. Looking for a gym shirt, instead? We recommend the Drysense Short Sleeve Shirt, which is available for as low as $39.

Down for It All Jacket

Lululemon Down For It All Jacket

Lululemon

Sale price: $149 (was $198)

When we tested the best running jackets, lululemon’s Down for It All Jacket was our top pick for a thick, warm coat with a hood. While it may be too warm in mild weather, this jacket can block out the wind and snow, so you can focus on logging miles. 

“The quality of this jacket is great!” our tester said. “It has lots of storage, with zippered pockets and a drop-in pocket that could fit your phone. It also has a removable hood and thumbholes, and is windproof and water-resistant.”

While it usually costs around $200, this coat is currently available for $149. Looking for a warmer weather option? We recommend lululemon’s viral Define Jacket Luon, which has a form-fitting silhouette, mesh vents, and convertible sleeves. 

Pace Breaker Lined Short 7”

Lululemon Pace Breaker Lined Short 7 inch

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price: $39-$49 (was $68)

Our men’s pick for the best lululemon shorts, the Pace Breaker Lined Short has three types of pockets: traditional drop-in pockets in the front, a zippered pocket for valuables, and a no-bounce phone pocket in the liner with a slot to pull your headphones cord through. This athleisure staple normally costs $68, but is available right now for as low as $39.

We like the stretchy waistband and sweat-wicking fabric to keep you feeling dry and cool. Plus, these shorts won’t ride up, even with a shorter inseam length. 

While they don’t have a drawstring, like the At Ease Short does, these bottoms do have a slim fit that still leaves enough room for your full range of motion. There’s also a linerless version.

Blissfeel Women’s Running Shoe

Lululemon Blissfeel Women's Running Shoe

Lululemon

We Made Too Much price:$79-$99 (was $148)

When she tested the Blissfeel, our expert running coach loved how lightweight and responsive the sneakers were. (The modern, stylish design is also a plus.) Now, you can find lululemon’s latest running shoe at an attractive price (starting at $79). 

After running in them for 35 miles, our tester found that these shoes have plush, cushioned midsoles and a flexible upper, with a close fit. “Whether I was running on concrete sidewalks, asphalt, or the treadmill, my feet felt comfortable and supported,” she explained. “Once they were broken in, the shoes offered a snug and comfy fit.”

For a shoe that can also perform in the gym, we recommend the Chargefeel Low Workout Shoe. And for non-runners, the Strongfeel Training Shoe has all the support you need to crush cardio and HIIT workouts with ease.

What You Should Know About lululemon “Sales”

lululemon doesn’t label their discounts as “sales.” However, they often mark down popular clothing and accessories in their “We Made Too Much” section online. 

Here, you’ll find deals on viral, fan-favorite lululemon products. The Align collection (including leggings, tops, shorts, and more), loungewear, and accessories are often available with limited stock—although they may only be available in less-popular colors and sizes. Even more products will typically see price drops during big events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, including best-selling styles that are usually only offered at full price. 

The “We Made Too Much” section of lululemon’s website is restocked every Thursday morning around 11 a.m. ET with brand new deals. We’ll keep this page updated, so check back every week for the latest sales on your favorite lululemon essentials. 

What is the Best-Selling Item at lululemon?

The best-selling item at lululemon are leggings—specifically, the Align Pant. These soft, stretchy leggings routinely sell out and have over 6,000 five-star reviews on lululemon’s website. “There are not enough words to describe how amazing the Align pants are,” one wearer wrote. “They are true to size and comfortable to wear.” Someone else added, “my first ever pair of leggings from lululemon were Aligns. So good I had to get another.” Now, the line has expanded to include:

Should I Size Up or Down in lululemon?

Ultimately, it comes down to personal preference. For most clothing styles, if you’d like a more compressive fit, size down. For less compression, size up. If you’re not sure where to start, lululemon has a detailed size chart on their website with categories for every style of clothing they make. (You’ll need to know your measurements—or have a tape measure handy.) You can also get tops and bottoms hemmed for free at any lululemon store, in case the length or inseam isn’t right. 

What to Look For in lululemon Products

Material

lululemon clothes are made from a range of signature fabrics. Most are a blend of nylon and Lycra elastane, which is comfortable, lightweight, and retains its shape over time. In general, here’s what to know:

  • Nulu is soft, stretchy, and ultra-breathable, which makes it best for low-impact workouts and casual wear. It can pill when exposed to friction, so it’s not the best choice for running.
  • Everlux is durable and quick-drying. Soft on the outside with a smooth, cool interior, it’s designed for sweaty, high-impact workouts. 
  • Luon is lightly-brushed, for a cozy feel. Made with four-way stretch, it’s best for low-impact exercises.
  • Luxtreme is a silky, compressive fabric that offers extra support. It resists pilling, which makes it ideal for high-impact workouts. 
  • Nulux is designed for running. Quick-drying and lightweight, it’s flexible, so you can use your full range of motion confidently.
  • SenseKnit is also meant for running, with additional support in certain areas. It’s also breathable, to keep you cool. 
  • SmoothCover is soft, matte, and smoothing. Plus, it’s opaque and squat-proof for days when you need more coverage.

Some fabrics are also offered in a Full-On version. This means the fabric has a tighter weave, which makes it more opaque and compressive. 

Activity Level

When shopping at lululemon, consider what kind of activities you’ll be doing while wearing your new gear. Some lululemon items are designed to be worn during low-impact exercise, which means they may pill over time if repeatedly exposed to friction. Check the specifics underneath each product on lululemon’s website to make sure it’s the right type of gear for your needs.  

Care

lululemon products are built to last. With the right care, they can maintain their size, shape, and elasticity for years. Before making a purchase, be sure to read lululemon’s care instructions, which are different for each item they sell. Some (like The Mat) can be wiped down with a cloth. When it comes to leggings, some can go in the dryer—but others can’t. If you’re ever in doubt, the brand has a care guide on their website to help you figure out the best way to clean your gear.

Why Trust Verywell Fit

With over two decades of dance experience, Sarah Felbin loves diving into the latest wellness research. As a health and fitness writer, she's passionate about finding products that are a great value and make life easier. Her favorite lululemon leggings are the Groove Super-High-Rise Crop, and she often uses the Double Roller to unwind after a tough workout.