The new Lululemon hijab makes workout gear more inclusive

Check out the pieces shoppers have been adding to their carts

lululemon hijab
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The Lululemon hijab is finding its way into countless carts and shopping bags, even though it just hit shelves. 

We've all heard the hype about the brand's buttery-soft leggings. We carry the Lululemon belt bag everywhere we go. Of course, we're planning on trying Lulu's new sneakers.

However, the hijab is such a welcomed addition to the lineup of best workout clothes and gear because it's comfortable, airy and, most notably of all, inclusive. 

"Lululemon hijabs are constructed with lightweight, breathable, sweat-wicking fabrics and offer adjustable fits and distraction-free features to support guests during their activities of choice and as they move throughout their day," the company said in a release.

Check out the newly dropped garments that shoppers are loving.  

Shop the new Lululemon hijab:

Lululemon is working on three various styles, and two have already dropped. 

The Lightweight Performance Hijab, available in blue or black, is comprised of Luxtreme™ fabric, a sweat-wicking, quick-drying and four-way stretch material that's ideal for those attempting to find their perfect workout schedule


Lululemon Lightweight Performance Hijab

Available in S/M, M/L in black or poolside, the Lightweight Performance Hijab is made of Lightweight Luxtreme™ fabric with added Lycra fibre. Soft gathers in the back make room for ponytails and you can toggle at the bag to adjust your fit.

The Scarf-Style Hijab, available in Heathered black and mulled wine, is also made of lightweight fabric and is designed for women on the move. However, it's more of an everyday type of garment rather than one you'd opt for while venturing over to LA Fitness. 

Our advice? Snag them both—at this rate, they won't be in stock for long.


Lululemon Scarf-Style Hijab

Available in Heathered black or mulled wine, the one-size hijab is made of soft jersey fabric and measures 67" x 27". 

We'll keep you posted when the third style drops and when other workout brands take a page from Lululemon's book. 

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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