The Canadian Olympic and Paralympic uniforms were revealed on Wednesday, marking 100 days until the opening of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic games.
The Canadian Olympic Team made the big reveal on Twitter, saying,
Photos show the clothes, which are outfitted by the Hudson's Bay Company, featuring images of a beaver, loon and polar bear along with the familiar red, white and black colours and a vintage font.
Dimitri Soudas, executive director of the Canadian Olympic Committee, tweeted that all HBC clothing worn by the Olympians is made in Canada, a crucial detail since HBC was criticized for their 2008 uniforms which were mostly made in China.
The games start Feb. 7 and run until Feb. 23.
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