Strictly Olympic

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Dale of Norway; 800-441-32531 (left to right)
Whiteface Mountain Hat, $55; Sweater, $239Salt Lake Courage Sweater, $239; Headband, $40Park City Sweater (designed for the U.S. Ski Team), $2392 Salt Lake City Blanket, $158

www.markerclothing.com3 Olympic Fleece Vest, $40

Moen Bells of Norway
www.cowbell.com4 (left to right)Sheep Bell, 2 3/4″ high; $19U.S. Ski Team Calf Bell, 4″ high; $25Goat Bell, 3 1/2″ high; $22 Cow Bell, 4 1/2″ high; $29

Robert Talbott; 800-747-87785 Olympic Collection Formal Vest, $280 6 Neckware Series, $65-$757 Silk and Cashmere Formal Scarf, $300

Silk Trails; 888-320-74558 Park City Silk Boxers, $22-$30

St. Croix Mountain; 866-436-29449 SLOC Magazine Rack, $70 Special thanks to The Alps Boulder Canyon Inn, Boulder, Colo.Style ShortsPalatial Pins
The Utah-basedcompany O.C.Tanner¿ manufacturer of the 2002 Olympic medals¿commissioned top designers to create the first-ever high-end Olympic Jewelry Collection. Designed by Oscar Heyman and Brothers of New York City, the Snow Crystal Brooch is set in platinum, with 92 white diamonds (carat total weight .69) and 83 rubies (carat total weight 1.58). Its price: $25,000. Hurry up…only two were made, and one has already sold. Call 888-529-8999, or visit

Mascot Mania
For the 2002 Olympic Games, local Utah designers created Powder the Hare, Copper the Coyote and Cole the Bear as the official mascots. Each mascot was inspired by petroglyphs of indigenous animals etched on cave walls by Utah’s first inhabitants. Pam Dion, Park City resident and Ram Apparel owner, makes all three fleece Mascot Puppet hats in two sizes ($26-$28). Call 435-649-8922, or visit