Saturday, September 10, 2011

Traveling Yoga Pants

Everyone swears by Lululemon, but I just can't bring myself to drop 98 bucks on a pair of yoga pants. Especially when I'm wearing those yoga pants in India in 100 degree heat, and then hand washing them in a bucket, and hanging them on a balcony where the humidity is so high, it takes two days for them to dry.

But since I believe my yoga practice is stronger and more fun when I'm wearing a cute outfit, I can't afford to go bargain basement with the yoga couture either.

My solution: Hardtail Forever. The clothes are smart, durable and fit great. Hardtail rollup yoga pants cost about 40 percent less than Lululemon. But here's the best feature of Hardtail: The entire line is always made in the U.S.A.

Yoga studios frequently carry Hardtail. So does Nordstrom