Lululemon Furtive Jacket

We’re now into that season where layering becomes key. Wet weather’s moved back into Vancouver and much of BC, so we’re gearing up with a couple of Lululemon’s water-repellant pieces for men: the Commission Pant and the Furtive Jacket, both from the latest collection.

Lululemon Commission Pant

Commission Pant

This lightweight pant is extremely comfortable and is constructed with sweat-wicking Qwick Chino fabric, allowing for a two-way stretch. Our model likes the smart look that goes from casual office wear to evening events.

Lululemon Commission Pant

They sit nicely on the waist, with two front pockets, rear zippered pocket and reflective details on the hems, handy to have if you’re heading home from work on your bike (when it gets dark by 5 pm).

Lululemon Commission Pant Lululemon Commission Pant

The material is water-repellant, perfect for our wet season(s) and is priced at $128.

Lululemon Furtive Jacket + Commission Pant

Furtive Jacket

This waterproof jacket’s got a two-way stretch with smart mesh fabric under the arms to help minimize sweating. The back of the neck has a zippered area that stows a lightweight waterproof hood that can be adjusted via a toggle-style clasp attached to a sturdy elastic cord.

Lululemon Furtive Jacket

The wrists have structured cuffs to help block out wind. As well, there’s a vertical reflective stripe on the back for better visibility.

Lululemon Furtive Jacket Lululemon Furtive Jacket

The Furtive has two zippered pockets in front. We’d love to see a future version with either a media pocket near the chest or an inside pocket to stow small stuff.

Lululemon Furtive Jacket

Because there’s no lining in it, The Furtive is meant for layering, so right off the bat, make sure you get a size that will accommodate a light sweater or base layer.

The Furtive retails for $228 and comes in two colour combinations (burnt umber/cool cocoa, deep coal/lux indigo) and black.


  • Comment by Bart Colenbrander — October 19, 2015 @ 1:19 pm

    Nice fotoshots.

  • Comment by Ariane Colenbrander — October 19, 2015 @ 3:31 pm

    Thank you! Our model is a quite the natural 🙂

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