Back in March, the Canadian company recalled batches of $98 stretch yoga pants deemed too sheer. Some customers also complained that their luxury workout pants started pilling only a few months after purchase.
"There's always been pilling. Women will wear a seat belt that doesn't work. Or a purse that doesn't work, and quite frankly, some women's bodies just don't work for [our pants]," he said.
“It’s really about the rubbing through the thighs, how much pressure is there, I mean, over a period of time, and how much they use it," he added.
When asked if he was suggesting that women shouldn't buy his pants, Wilson replied "No, I think they can, I just think it’s how you use them.”
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