Now's your chance to choose from hundreds of discounted styles.

By Renee Cherry
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Lululemon clothes don't come cheap. (Especially when it comes to resale.) They're also rarely discounted, so when the company does offer sales, they're obviously worth hitting up. This year's Black Friday sale was so popular it actually crashed the company's site. Now you have another rare opportunity to score discounted Lulu-the company is currently running one of its "We Made Too Much" sales. Whether you're trying to celebrate boxing day with some shopping or gift yourself with the athleisure that no one thought to get you, now's the time to get a major deal. (Related: Lululemon Spent Two Years Designing the Perfect Sports Bra)

The sale extends to hundreds of items, including sports bras, leggings, sneakers, tops, and workout gear. It's a lot to process, even if you're a devoted Luluaddict, so we picked out the best deals for you. Here's what you should be adding to your cart. (Not a fan? Here are the best yoga pants that aren't Lululemon.)

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  • Lululemon's Wunder Under Luxtreme leggings are made with the brand's Luxtreme fabric designed to help you stay cool. To save on the style, scoop up Wunder Under High-Rise 7/8 Tight Full-On Luxtreme 25", a cropped, high-waisted camo pair. ($59–$69; lululemon.com)
  • Celebs are obsessed with APL, and thanks to Lululemon's sale you can try the brand's Techloom Phantom Shoe at more than half off. The lightweight shoes are made to fit your foot like a glove. ($39–$79; lululemon.com)
  • The Stash N' Run Bra's name says it all. The medium-support sports bra has multiple pockets, so you'll never have to resort to cleavage storage while wearing it. ($29; lululemon.com)
  • Knot Your Typical Tank features a medium-support built-in bra that's exposed in the back. That means one less thing to pack on the way to a workout. ($34; lululemon.com)
  • The sale includes several options better suited to leisure than athletics. On The Fly Pant are way more affordable than usual, and are "comfortable, flattering, and made of the nicest material," according to one review. ($69–$74; lululemon.com)

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