It's a Canadian Tuxedo — well, at least half of one. That's right, Team Canada's jean jacket look will be worn to the closing ceremonies of the Tokyo Olympics and it's very on-brand.
The athletes' unique outfits, which were designed by Hudson's Bay and Levi's, have been garnering attention on Twitter.
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One tweet that calls for the Olympics to be cancelled over this has gone viral with thousands of likes and retweets.
While the designers called the look a "twist on the iconic Canadian tuxedo," many have called them out for not going all the way with matching pants.
Others also praised the look for more closely resembling the day-to-day attire of many Canadians.
There was even a limerick made about it all.
The jackets are not just for the athletes though — they're also for sale at the Bay, but buying one will set you back up to $200.
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