U.S. Olympic Closing Ceremony uniforms unveiled (photos)

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The uniforms Team USA will wear at the PyeongChang Olympic Closing Ceremony on Feb. 25 were unveiled on Wednesday, 100 days before the Games begin.

Polo Ralph Lauren designed the uniforms, as usual.

Olympic hopefuls Maia Shibutani and Alex ShibutaniGus Kenworthy and Jamie Anderson helped show them off on TODAY on Wednesday.

Via press release:

Polo Ralph Lauren’s Team USA 2018 parade uniform is proudly made in America and combines traditional artisanal design references with modern fabrications in a patriotic spirit of red, white, and blue. The look includes a water-repellent down jacket in white; an athletic-inspired double fleece pant in navy with red stripe detailing; and a vintage ski-inspired sweater in a bold red, white and blue block stripe. Completing the look are wool gloves featuring a winter-inspired intarsia pattern; a corresponding intarsia wool ski hat; a bold graphic bandanna featuring the American flag; and brown suede mountaineering boots accented with red laces.

A celebration of Team USA is seen throughout the look in details that include “USA/018” lettering on the leg of the ceremony pant, “Team USA” knitting on the gloves and front brim of the wool hat, and “USA Olympic Team 2018” lettering on the bandanna.

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Team USA Closing Ceremony uniforms