Olympians show that onesies aren’t just for babies anymore

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In the Sochi Olympics’ Mountain Village, there’s a new bit of fashion that’s become all the rage.

Competitors and fans alike have been flocking to the Sochi store of Norwegian company OnePiece, where they’ve been plunking down more than $200 for their very own adult-sized onesie.

Several members of Team USA are supporting the onesies, including bobsledder Cory Butner, who declared to the New York Times that they’ll be all over America “in three months.”

His teammate, Steven Langton, additionally added to the NYT that the onesies are “the wave of the future.”

We’ll see if both Butner and Langton’s (tongue-in-cheek?) predictions come true.

But in the meantime, here’s a few pictures of the Olympians and their new trend…

Greg Bretz, U.S.

Members of Team Germany

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German athlets

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Members of Team Russia

Members of Team Switzerland

And last but not least, a few U.S. fans in the grandstands…

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USA fans in OnePiece !

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