Style: Carrying The Torch In Style

The hottest gear of the 2002 Winter Olympics was the beret that U.S. athletes wore at the opening ceremonies. Fans bought more than 1 million replicas of the little blue hat made by Roots, an official outfitter of the team. Consumers looking to commemorate the Summer Games in Athens will have a few more options. In May the shoe company Camper introduced a limited-edition collection of sandals with photographs of athletes from past Games on the insoles. Hogan's Olympia collection of leather sneakers is dedicated to the 2004 Olympics, while track-and-field champion Jesse Owens was the inspiration for Tod's Owens line...

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