February 13, 2014 9:21 am

PHOTOS: Swedish Olympic freestyle skier can’t keep his pants up

Sweden's Henrik Harlaut competes in the Men's Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle finals

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Sweden’s Henrik Harlaut has a great set of dreadlocks, and very stylish taste in underwear.

We know this because the freestyle skier’s snowsuit is a little loose, resulting in multiple wardrobe malfunctions in Sochi slopestyle competitions.

Here he is during a training run on Feb. 7. He probably should tighten his suspenders, as his patriotic yellow and blue briefs are clearly visible.

Henrik Harlaut of Sweden practices during a Slopestyle official training session on February 7, 2014 in Sochi, Russia.

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And here he is competing in a qualification round on Feb. 13, sporting a fetching pair of navy patterned briefs. The doll doesn’t seem to mind.

Henrik Harlaut of Sweden competes in the Freestyle Skiing Men’s Ski Slopestyle Qualification on February 13, 2014 in Sochi, Russia.

Henrik Harlaut

Harlaut takes a spill during the qualification. If you look closely, you can see that his briefs say “Sweden” down the side.

Henrik Harlaut of Sweden falls while competing in the Freestyle Skiing Men’s Ski Slopestyle Qualification

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Harlaut made it to the slopstyle finals, also on Feb. 13. His loose pants did too, falling to his knees as he lands a jump. Thankfully his tight-fitting shorts stayed put.

Sweden’s Henrik Harlaut competes in the Men’s Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle finals

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In this photo, Harlaut waves to the crowd after his finals run, his pants around mid-thigh. That’s definitely “Sweden” on his undies. Is that deliberate? He certainly doesn’t look like he cares.

Henrik Harlaut of Sweden competes in the Freestyle Skiing Men’s Ski Slopestyle Finals

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Despite losing his pants on multiple occasions, the Swedish skier finished a respectable 6th in the slopestyle competition.

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