Monton Rolls Out Official Olympic Fashion ({{commentsTotal}})

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The Estonian Olympic Committee's official clothing line for the Sochi Olympics has been revealed.

Produced by Monton, an Estonian-based fashion company, the opening ceremony costumes were inspired by the spirit of the wolf, and weave together Estonia's national colors with ethno-cultural patterns, reported uudised.err.ee.

Monton has been an official sponsor of the Estonian Olympic Committee since 2004, turning out Olympic wardrobes for Estonian athletes in Athens, Torino, Beijing, Vancouver and London.

"Most importantly, none of the details should distract athletes from focusing on the most important thing - their competition," said the head of the Estonian Olympic Committee, Neinar Seli.



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