exhale jacket: a breath of fresh flare



I have to say when I first saw this jacket I was a bit skeptical. But then I saw it wrapped around my friend Anna from the La Jolla store, and the next thing I know I was signing my name in payment of the beauty. If you dare for a little flare, and love comfort, try the Exhale Jacket on for size.

blue womens hoodie from lululemon

My favourite feature of this this jacket, is the hood that can be worn in so many way that I am probably not stylistic enough to even discover them all.

look #1

Roll up the hood into a collar on days when you don't need a hood.

blue hooded jacket from lululemon

grey hoodie from lululemon

Look #2

Rock the hood, keep your head warm in the shade and in the wind, it's heavy enough to stay in place. (A toque would fit nicely in this hood if it is really cold).

blue and grey hoodies from lululemon

grey hooded sweatshirt from lululemon

Look #3

Hood down, not adorned to your noggin, but nonetheless enjoying the ride with you.

athletic hoodies from lululemon

details to fall for...

Hood up, hood down, hood tucked in, whichever look you choose you will love the neckline. Open, wide, and comfortable. I hate being suffocated by collars and zippers, and I can definitely exhale peacefully in this jacket.

exhale jacket details

This lovely is lined with a breathable mesh layer with a soft cotton shell over the top. Talk about wrapping yourself in comfort.

details on the exhale jacket from lululemon

Big pockets. Lots of room for cash, snacks, and keeping your hands warm.

details on grey hoodie from lululemon

Thumbholes to keep your hands and heart warm.

thumbholes in grey hooded sweartshirt from lululemon

It's okay to fall in love with our special blend of oh so comfortable French Terry... No strings attached in this romance.

front of grey jacket from lululemon

Pick your hood, pick your collar, and go find your breath in yoga my friend. Exhale and Namaste.

blue hoodie and black tights from lululemon

Special thanks to Anna an Educator from our La Jolla store, and Paula an Educator from the Guest Education Centre for both inspiring me to fall in love with this jacket, and for their beautiful photos.

Anna is 5'9" with long arms and legs, and is wearing:

  • An Exhale Jacket in Lagoon in a size 6 (stayed true to size)
  • A Power Y Tank in Chirp in a size 6 (stayed true to size)
  • And Wunder Groove Crops in Black Quilting Spring in a size 8 (stayed true to size )
  • Anna is also carrying the Victory Duffle (colour available in store only).
  • (Anna's boots are made by Via Spiga, and are not sold by lululemon)

Paula is 5'7" and is wearing:

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8 Comments »


OK you just made me really want this jacket. Thank you for posting.

Comment by Rachel — March 15, 2010 @ 8:19 pm


Although this is a really attractive ” Fit and Function” album , this jacket is not for me. One must have a short torso for it to sit “right” on the body. The hood DOES NOT stay put in the wind, in fact, it acts more like a spinnaker. I’ve seen large hoods executed in a much more fashionable way (Prairie Underground Cloak Hoodie, which is manufactured in the USA…hint,hint, Lulu!).

Comment by Laura — March 15, 2010 @ 8:30 pm


i just got this jacket last week. i love it so much. :) i always think THIS will be the jacket i love the most but you come out with something new and i fall in love all over again :) thank you for making me effortlessly cute/trendy

Comment by AMANDA — March 15, 2010 @ 11:33 pm


I’m a huge fan. I need to get my paws on one of these. The loveliest and my most favorite feature of this jacket is the breathable mesh layer – how genius. Thats the feature that takes it beyond cute and injects the perfect amount of funtionality. Love love love it.

Comment by Kat MCourt — March 16, 2010 @ 8:51 am


I am wearing the exhale jacket RIGHT NOW and I love it! I have a long torso and I think it’s extremely flattering (with a long tank under)… particularly in the abdomen region. I would wear it for fashion not function – the hood would be ridiculous to wear for function, but on the airplane, it provides an actual ROOM FOR YOUR HEAD and lots of privacy from other passengers. I have worn it with jeans, groove pants and leggings. big fan and of course, the thumb holes are just the icing on the cake.

Comment by Mindy — March 16, 2010 @ 9:00 am


I want to like this jacket, but the torso is WAY too short!

I appreciate that the arms are made extra long, but isn’t it logical to understand that long arms are usually accompanied by a long torso?

I don’t like having to plan additional shirts underneath, just to stay covered.

This one is kind of a miss, lululemon.

Comment by J — March 16, 2010 @ 2:16 pm


Sorry, this is such a direct ripoff of the Prairie Underground Cloak Hoodie

Comment by Carolyn — December 17, 2010 @ 10:44 am


Does anyone know where I can find an exhale hoodie?

Comment by Shawnda — December 17, 2012 @ 9:28 pm


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