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Lululemon problems

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Just a few months after Lululemon Athletica pulled yoga pants from shelves because they were too sheer it faces a new round of complaints about quality.

New yoga pants have since made their way into stores, but there are recent complaints on the Lululemon Facebook page and its website about pants that are still too sheer. There are also complaints about pants pilling after a few months of wear -- or even just a few uses -- and about holes and seams coming apart.

The company says that quality is of utmost importance.

It issued a statement to Fox 5 News saying: "We've heard from a very small number of guests that they have experienced some piling on their Groove Pants. When we receive this type of feedback, we circle back with our internal teams to evaluate the data we have and to determine next steps. The information we have tells us that piling is not a widespread concern and this guest feedback is not indicative of a larger issue."

The company says that if any guest is experiencing an issue with their product they should go back to their local store.

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