Lululemon's Luon Pants shortage expected
Washington, Mar. 20 : The ubiquitous black workout pants with the horseshoe-like symbol might be a little harder to spot in showrooms and the website in the coming weeks.
Its manufacturer Lululemon has revealed that a problem in the production has led to its "sheerness," because of which it has decided to pull about 17 percent of its pants from stores, showrooms and the website, ABC News reported.
The clothing company said that it expects for the near term that there will be a shortage of these styles to our guests.
Lululemon has yet to identify the cause of the problem, saying that it has used the same manufacturer and materials since 2004.
Lululemon CEO Christine Day said that it is their first priority to protect the quality of our fabrics that keep our guest so loyal to our products, adding that they will accept nothing less than the very highest quality that they are known for.