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Hatha T-Back Tank to keep you cool
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Apr '10
lucy activewear welcomes summer this week with the release of top-selling performance bottoms for yoga, running, and training all in new cropped lengths. In addition, each collection includes new coordinated tops designed to offer the ultimate in support and ventilation.

Created to keep women cool and dry, the latest silhouettes from lucy feature shorter hemlines, wicking fabrics and ultra technical design features. Leading the pack is the lucy Hatha Power Capri, with all the benefits of the brand's best selling yoga pant now in a shorter length for summer.

The lucy Hatha Power Capri is made with lucy powermax, featuring maximum compression, moisture management and four-way stretch. To keep the upper body cool lucy introduces the new Hatha T-Back Tank featuring a mesh T-back and back mesh panel for ventilation.

A training favorite, the Power Cardio Knee Pant II and Criss Cross Tank II combine powermax performance with an ultra-compressive fit for complete support. For runners, lucy delivers the Propel Knee Pant and Propel Knee Short, made with the moisture wicking lucy truetek.

These new run silhouettes feature reflective piping, UV protection and a compressive fit to support key muscles. Paired with these bottoms, the new Propel Jacket offers just the right amount of warmth and visibility for nighttime and early morning runs.

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