2018 Olympic winter-wear for Team Canada at the February event in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Photo Credit: Hudson's Bay

2018 Olympic outfits for Team Canada


The 2018 Winter Olympics are taking place in Korea for the first time. PyeongChang will host the events, and Canadian Olympians and Paralympians will be identifiable in the red and black with white details, like the word ‘CANADA’ on their outfits.

On the back of the parka is a large white Maple Leaf.

The line was unveiled today in Toronto at the Eaton Centre.

Ski cross racer, Kelsey Serwa, shows off a women’s puffer jacket that Canada’s athletes will be sporting at the Winter Olympics in February. © COC

The wardrobe looks very familiar: it’s the kind of winter-wear many Canadians are getting ready these days, scarves and mittens, hats and gloves.

Hudson’s Bay iis the legendary Canadian company that dates back to the early days of the fur trade. It was established in 1670.,

The company has produced the outfits for Team Canada for the previous Olympic Games, beginning in Turin 2006.

And it was the company that first outfitted the team at the 1936 Olympic Winter Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Then again during the sixties, at the 19601964 and 1968 Olympic Winter Games.

Kelsey Serwa said today, some of the pieces felt as good as they looked, as she modelled a jacket and baseball style hat.

For the opening ceremony, the Canadian team will be dressed in the parka that falls to mid-thigh in length, and features “Canada” in white letters, across the chest.

On the back of the parka is a large white Maple Leaf.

During the closing ceremonies the Canadian athletes will march into the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium in red and black softshell jackets.

Fans across Canada can get in on the look of their favourite Canadian Olympians.

Official Team Canada replica wear will be available for purchase at all Hudson’s Bay locations across Canada during October and online at thebay.com/teamcanada.

This includes the latest incarnation of the iconic Red Mittens. Sales of these over the years have raised more than $30 million (Cdn) for our athletes.

These are the ninth edition of the mittens, and they’ll retail for $15, with $3.90 from each pair going to the Canadian Olympic Foundation.

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5 comments on “2018 Olympic outfits for Team Canada
  1. Flo says:

    Impossible to find the lumberjack baseball hat on internet even on labaie website!! ?? where can i find it??
    Thank u

  2. Emma Jenson says:

    Very cool, and thankfully, fur free!!!

  3. Myla says:

    It’s nice, it’s simple still Canada