But the question is, do you choose Warpstreme or Ventlight Mesh?
When it comes to pants ideal for all-day wear, one style reigns supreme: lululemon's ABC Jogger. Whether you're working from home, working out, or heading out for an errand, the ABC Jogger is the perfect blend of style, performance and comfort. You likely already know this. But what you might not know, is that the ABC Jogger comes in a host of different fabric options — including two tailor-made for the dog days of summer. Below, we dig into what makes the ABC Jogger Warpstreme and ABC Jogger Ventlight worth keeping in your wardrobe, as well as what sets them apart from each other — to the point where you need both.
The official name of the ABC Jogger built with Warpstreme fabric is the ABC Jogger 30" — named for its 30-inch inseam. It's a great length if you happen to be on the shorter side, but is also kind of that goldilocks length if you're on the taller side too. But what really sets this pant apart is the Warpstreme fabric. Warpstreme is a blend of Lycra fibers and sweat-wicking yarns that are quick-drying and four-way stretch. It's lululemon's foundational fabric and was designed to bring technical performance to everyday environments.
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If you're the type of person who thinks they can't wear pants in the summer, think again. This version of the ABC Jogger is made from lululemon's ultra-breathable Ventlight Mesh fabric. Like Warpstreme, Ventlight Mesh offers four-way stretch and is quick-drying, which makes it perfect for all-day wear on even the hottest of days. Plus, it also features lululemon's No Stink Zinc tech, so you don't have to worry about showing up for coffee and clearing out the place.