R.M. Williams has congratulated the Australian Paralympians on their performance so far at the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
The Australian bootmaker is the official Opening and Closing Ceremony uniform supplier for the Australian team.
The uniform includes a scarf and tie that features Indigenous artwork by Southern Highlands artist and Yuin woman Rheanna Lotter.
"We're incredibly proud to be one of the Australian Paralympic Team's official uniform suppliers, kitting out the squad in polo shirts, jackets, shorts and belts plus hats from Akubra," R.M. Williams said in a statement.
"Taken from core R.M. Williams styles and also made-to-order, we're thrilled to provide pieces our Paralympians can wear with pride.
"These amazing athletes have dedicated their lives to reaching this supreme level of recognition, and we'll be supporting each of them every step of the way as they compete in Tokyo, showcasing their extraordinary skills on the world stage," the brand said.
The Australian Paralympics team has so far secured 14 medals - six gold, two silver and six bronze - and is in fourth place in the medal tally.
There are 174 Australian athletes competing in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.