Bosco, the Russian company which is now the exclusive kit supplier for the International Olympic Committee (IOC), have reportedly asked for their brand not to be used at next year's Olympic Games.
The well-known brand have been due to supply kit to be worn by IOC members and other officials during the South Korean.
But Bosco Board head Mikhail Kusnirovich has now said they will ask the IOC to refrain from using its brand in response to their decision to make Russian athletes compete neutrally at the event.
This is despite uniforms having already been distributed.
“I think that in the near future, I will come up with a proposal to the IOC...to deactivate our rights," Kusnirovich told Reuters.
"Even such beautiful chic clothes - let them keep them, but the Bosco brand and what we own.
"I will ask for that not to be activated."
Russian athletes must compete neutrally as part of a collective punishment issued in response to a "systemic manipulation" of the anti-doping system at events including the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games.
This decision was hugely unpopular in Russia.
A possible boycott was avoided, however, probably due to concessions such as the name "Olympic Athlete from Russia" being inscribed on uniforms worn by athletes.
Bosco had also acted as official supplier to the Russian Olympic team from 2002 until this year.
“We are doing this to be proud of ourselves, so that we’d be happy...” Kusnirovich added to Reuters.
“That’s why I’ve taken the decision today not to enable [the brand to be used] and [to] drop the activation of our sponsorship rights until the National Olympic Committee of Russia gets its accreditation back and its rights are restored.”
insidethegames has contacted the IOC for a reaction.