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New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

I love them. See on AP dot com.

 

(I couldn't get rid of the ads.)

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

They are nice, but look quite bulky.

 

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

@PickyPicky2  Very nice. I like them too.

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

I like the design but as Foxxee pointed out they look bulky.  The models legs (what you can see of them) are like sticks.  My arms and hips have enough padding - I would look like a grounded blimp in one of these!

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

Thanks @Foxxee .

 

That's Alpine skier Ryan Cochran-Sigle in the white pants.

 

Men will wear white fleece pants; women, navy fleece- lined leggings. 

 

Olympic athletes look good in anything.

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

Ralph Lauren unveils Team USA's closing ceremony outfits for Beijing  Olympics

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

Ralph comes through again.  They are made from recycled and sustainable materiels.  They sure look nice and warm.  

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

I like them but I don't like the white pants.

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Re: New Ralph Lauren Buffalo Plaid Jackets for Beijing Olympics

I haven't bought one thing from Ralph Lauren since I learned the athletes have to pay for their uniforms.  That is disgraceful.   When I first heard this,  the cost for each participant was almost $800.00.  That man and his company makes millions of dollars every year and it can't give these uniforms to our athletes???