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Introducing The 2022 Olympic & Paralympic Jerseys

By USA Hockey, 11/24/21, 7:59AM EST


Get your 2022 Olympic & Paralympic jersey on

USA Hockey unveiled today the three Nike jerseys that its 2022 Olympic and Paralympic teams will wear during the upcoming Games in Beijing, China. Fans can get their jerseys at

American pride and ingenuity were the inspiration behind the USA Hockey look. The new USA Hockey jersey pays homage to America’s industrial past, while representing the future of innovation and technology. The USA wordmark across the front chest uses a bold type and precise details to create a beveled metallic aesthetic. 

In a nod to America’s symbols, a subtle band of stars is set between red, white and blue stripes that surround the chest and arms on the home and away jerseys. Drawing inspiration from American “muscle cars” and traditionally bold hockey designs, Team USA’s alternate jersey bears a deep blue double stripe running around the chest and arms. 

USA Hockey’s traditional shield is outlined in gold and stitched to the shoulder as a badge of honor. The internal back neck message, "Driven By Pride" serves as a reminder to athletes and fans that they are, in part, driven by the pride of competing for their country in the Olympics and Paralympics.

Using Nike Swift technology, which enhances mobility, reduces weight and helps minimize distractions during intense play, the three jerseys were built for performance and sustainability:

  • A recycled woven material provides the moisture management, stretch and durability athletes need on the ice.
  • Laser-perforated ventilation that’s integrated right into the fabric (along the sides and under arm gussets) means better breathability, plus fewer seams and types of materials used.
  • A new molded silicone neck grill helps tell a more visual story, and a contoured fit on the collar adds comfort.
  • An articulated sleeve with a new stretch, elastic cuff makes it easier for players to pull up their sleeves and lock them down on the elbow pad and/or tuck them into their gloves (with less material to contend with).
  • A streamlined, yet still functional tie-down strap sits on the back.

Team USA News