Every Like New purchase helps keep good gear going. Since the program started in 2021, we've put 1.7 million trade-ins back in action. If you have gently used lululemon gear you're no longer using, bring it to a participating store. You'll receive an e-gift card to use in-store or at And just like that, your old gear can become a new fave.

*Program open to all U.S. residents

  • Gather your gear.

    Round up any lululemon gear that you’re ready to part with. Make sure to check each item is in good condition and eligible for trade-in. Click here for our FAQ.

  • Trade in at a store.

    Bring your gear to a participating lululemon store in the US. You can take home items that are not accepted. Trade-ins are not accepted at outlets.

  • Get your e-gift card.

    Once we review your gear, you'll immediately receive an e-gift card for your eligible items. E-gift cards are redeemable at your lululemon store and on

We'll take the gear, you take the credit.

  • $5 Credit

    All Shorts, Skirts, Men's Shirts

  • $10 Credit

    All Hoodies, Sweatshirts, Sweaters, Pants, Crops, Leggings, Dresses

  • $10 Credit

    Large Bags (Backpacks, Duffles, and Totes larger than 10L)

  • $25 Credit

    All Outerwear

What's not eligible:

Damaged gear, accessories, women's short sleeve and long sleeve shirts, footwear, tank tops, yoga props, intimates, sports bras, collaborations, swimsuits, ivivva, small bags, small pouches, and toiletry kits are not eligible for trade-in. For more information on acceptable gear for trade-in, check out the FAQ below.

Together, we can create a more sustainable future.

  • Equal reaction.

    Keeping lululemon gear in action and out of landfills helps us get closer to our goal of becoming net-zero. To accelerate our progress, 100% of Like New profits go to supporting sustainability initiatives.*

    *100% of profits or 2% of revenue, whichever is higher. Funds will support innovations to advance circular and low carbon products, services, and supply chain solutions. Since 2022, all profits have gone to support the Apparel Impact Institute's Fashion Climate Fund, which aims to implement and advance projects that reduce carbon emissions by 2030.

  • A gentler cycle.

    There are many ways to help create a healthier planet—from trading in gently used gear, to purchasing secondhand, to how we wash our clothes. A 2022 report from Ocean Wise showed washing clothes on a gentle cycle can reduce microfibre shedding by over 70%.*

    *December 2022 Ocean Wise Washing Report