Lululemon has a problem with some of its yoga pants.
They're a little too... revealing.
"That’s a problem for a yoga pants company in a land where nude yoga has yet to take off," quipped Tom Gara at The Wall Street Journal.
What's wrong with the pants?
"The ingredients, weight and longevity qualities of the women’s black luon bottoms remain the same but the coverage does not, r esulting in a level of sheerness in some of our women’s black luon bottoms that fall short of our very high standards," the company stated.
Lululemon has pulled all of the affected black luon bottoms and is now working with the supplier to replace the fabric.
The problem apparently originated in the factory and it includes about 17 percent of all women's bottoms at Lululemon, according to the company.
It expects a shortage of the luon pants and there will be a "significant" impact on the apparel retailer's financial results because of it.
The company realized what had happened after store managers brought up the issue during a weekly meeting with corporate.Now Watch: How Zumba Became The Largest Fitness Brand In The World
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