Telfar Releases Olympic-Themed Liberia Collection

As worn by Team Liberia at the games.

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Telfar is set to release its Liberia Collection, a performance-focused line that made its debut during the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. The new collection features an array of styles such as gown-length jerseys, deconstructed tracksuits, sarong bottoms, and spliced tops.

Across all of the items is a color palette of navy, red, sand and white, while Telfar has incorporated a series of technical elements — such as hidden pockets, mesh paneling and nylon drawstrings — alongside detailing including contrasting piping and striped ribbing.

Celebrating the collection and its Olympic connection, all pieces feature the flag of Liberia alongside a “TC” logo for Telfar Clemens. Stand-out items are also adorned with “TEAM LIBERIA” in silkscreen, and a lone-star graphic to represent the historic event.

With prices ranging from $60 to $290 USD, the Liberia Collection from Telfar is available now from the brand’s web store.

For more from Telfar, refresh your memory of the label’s recent Converse collaboration.

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