Olympic athletes from the United States will look ready to sail back home when they attend the closing ceremonies at this year’s games in Rio de Janeiro.
The U.S. Olympic Committee debuted the parade uniforms made by Polo Ralph Lauren during NBC’s “Today” show Wednesday. American athletes in the Olympics and Paralympics will wear red, white and blue button-down shirts worn over a striped T-shirt, white chino shorts and boat shoes.
And don’t forget the red, white and blue striped belt that completes the nautical-themed look described as “crisp, sporty and classic” in a USOC news release.
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