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Lululemon Founder Blames Yoga Pants Problems On Women's Bodies

A Lululemon store recently moved from Evanston to Westfield Old Orchard Mall in Skokie.

Written by Pam DeFiglio.

History has shown us no shortage of people eager to criticize women's bodies--including women.

But for a man to blame women's bodies for his own product's flawed performance? In a TV interview?

That even brought an "I can't believe you said that" expression to the face of his own wife, who quickly interjected, according to the Huffington Post. Click here to see a photo. 

Chip Wilson, the co-founder of Lululemon, which recently closed its Evanston store and moved to Westfield Old Orchard Mall in Skokie, told a TV interviewer that the much-publicized problems with Lululemon's yoga pants were due to women's bodies, according to Huffington Post. 

Some women complained last spring that the pants became see-through when worn, and when the company re-tooled them, customers complained about the fabric quality. 

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