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Here's what James Silva had to say about his project: Today the USA Olympic Hockey Team was announced. I am so proud of my little cousin, Kacey Bellamy, earning her second trip to represent team USA in the Olympic games. My wife and I designed and manufactured these sweater that are reminiscent of the Olympic hockey jerseys from the 1980's. They are a lightweight wool/poly blend. We have copper reinforced rings to support the draw string. The sweater has an over-sized hood comfortable for any size hood (even with a hat on). We will have sizes Small-XXL.

Do your own due diligence and be responsible for your purchases. Just to clear up any confusion, if you have already placed an order for a sweater then it will be delivered in two weeks. If you want to place a new order for an XL or an XXL sweater and do not mind waiting until February for delivery, then you can do so by choosing the option which clearly states "February Delivery". BUT if you have already placed an order for any sweater, regardless of size, it will be delivered to you in two weeks.

They have raised $11,000 over the $500 - you can find the project here

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