lululemon expects shortage of luon pants
In the next few weeks, it may be harder to find like a symbol.
Lululemon said on Monday that its popular black Luon pants had problems during the manufacturing process, resulting in a \"sheerness \".
\"This caused the company to remove about 17% of its pants from stores, showrooms and websites.
Lulullemon said it expects \"these styles will be missing for our guests in the short term.
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The company has not yet identified the cause of the problem, saying it has been using the same manufacturers and materials since 2004.
\"We are sorry for the inconvenience this has caused our guests,\" said Christine Day, CEO of lulululemon . \".
\"Protecting the quality of our fabrics is always our top priority, which makes our guests so loyal to our products.
We will accept the highest quality as we know it.
\"Customers who purchase defective products can make a full refund or exchange.
In an interview with ABC News earlier this year, Amanda casga, the brand\'s regional community manager, explained what made Lumont pants so popular. \"It\'s four-
\"It\'s a way to stretch, absorb moisture and sweat,\" she said . \"
\"Every seam is flat, and in order to avoid the camel toe, we put a corner brace in the crotch.
\"The brand was originally a store in Vancouver, Canada.
Today, it has 175 stores in the United States and around the world.
According to research firm RetailSails, the company ranks fourth among the most profitable stores in the United States.
Who took it?
You may have heard of them: Coach, Tiffany and Apple.
As of November 2012, sales at lulululemon were $1,800 per square foot.
But lulululemon expects a shortage of trousers to result in an expected loss of $17 million in revenue. In its fourth-
Financial results show that the company\'s quarterly net profit increased by 51.
$ 4% to $371.
5 million, from $245.
The fourth quarter of 2010 was 4 million.