Finland unveils Olympic jerseys

On Wednesday, Finland became the latest nation to release the jerseys it’ll wear at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Here they be, courtesy


According to a hasty translate from the Google, Finland’s jerseys are made of 72 percent recycled polyester.

The jerseys, like all the Nike-inspired ones thus far, have the faux-laces at the neck. The Finnish ones to appear to be a little more unique than the others, though, most notably with the recreation of the Finnish flag.

The new looks differs significantly from the ones the Finns wore at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, where they captured bronze:


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