Fabric for US Olympic team outfits woven in Spartanburg Co.

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SPARTANBURG, CO., SC (WSPA) – Inman Mills produced the 100% combed cotton greige goods (raw unfinished fabric) being used in the bottoms the athletes will wear during the opening and closing ceremonies.

They made the material used in the white pants in the opening and white shorts in the closing ceremonies.

The blazer and long pants are going to be worn in the Opening ceremony.

The polo shirt and shorts are for the closing ceremony.

They say the fabric was woven in their Ramey facility located in Enoree, SC.

The yarn was produced domestically by Parkdale Mills (they are headquartered in NC.)

The goods were finished for Polo at Ultimate Textiles in Rutherfordton, NC.

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