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Lululemon Just Dropped Sneakers & They're Just As Comfy As You'd Expect

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For years, fans have been begging lululemon to design a sneaker for working out. The athletic apparel brand has some of the most breathable, functional and supportive workout clothes that anyone would happily put on any day of the week. Which is why we're beyond excited to share that lululemon footwear is really here. *Screams*

If you're anything like us, you're already picking the color you want. Either way, you can't go wrong because these sneakers were made with the highest standards. Lululemon even laid out their design process in an Instagram post, writing, "How to design women-first footwear: 1. Ask women what they want their shoes to feel like. 2. Analyze over a million-foot scans. 3. Do rounds and rounds of wear-testing. 4. Spend four years developing a unique women-first fit from the ground up." The result? The BlissFeel running shoe. The first of many more to come.

Imagine your dream running shoe. A bouncy take-off, an effortless spring in every step and a soft landing. That's what this sneaker is all about. On top of that, they're designed with maximum comfort from the heels to the toes featuring foam cushioning and a soft, breathable upper. In other words, your feet should feel supported—no matter how intense your workout.

Don't work out often? These guys will still be your best friend for "running" errands or taking your dog for a stroll in the park.

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The sneakers are available now in 10 gorgeous colorways and sizes 5.5 to 11. The green ray is our favorite, inspired by the sunrise and sunset, a time of day that lululemon says runners know well (yes, indeed). Of course, they're expected to fly off the shelves, so if you want a pair, act fast.

Oh, and did we mention lululemon will have three more shoe drops coming this summer? Go ahead and mark your calendars.