It's one of the most popular workout clothing brands on the market and an expensive one as well. Lululemon leggings can run you as much as $150 dollars a pair. What if you could buy them for half price? KPIX 5's Andria Borba investigates. (2-20-20)

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Lululemon Leggings at Flea Markets - Real Deal or Steal?It's one of the most popular workout clothing brands on the market and an expensive one as well. Lululemon leggings can run you as much as $150 dollars a pair. What if you could buy them for half price? KPIX 5's Andria Borba investigates. (2-20-20)
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