The famed former Jets player stole the show at the Super Bowl when he rocked a fur coat — what did you think of his major fashion statement? VOTE.
For those unfamiliar with Joe Namath, he’s always had a very flashy sense of style, (which helped him live up to his bold nickname, Broadway Joe) — and at 70 years old the former quarterback and Super Bowl winner proved that he’s certainly still got it as he rocked a fur coat to the 2014 Super Bowl on Feb. 2 at the MetLife Stadium in NJ. Seeing the former Super Bowl III MVP’s style swagger is nothing new — in fact, Joe had an affinity for rocking fur coats, so the fact that he rocked his signature look was no surprise to his fans!
Joe Namath’s Fur Coat At The Super Bowl:
Now this over-the-top fur isn’t a look many can pull off — but the Hall of Famer still exudes killer confidence and he pulled off the get-up fabulously as he participated in the coin toss at the big game. In fact, the Broncos could have used a little of Joe’s confidence on the field!
While Joe was all smiles, all bundled up in his warm fur, the coat came under fire on Twitter, with many tweeting about his controversial coat. Whether you’re all for fur or you find it inhumane, there’s no denying the fact that Joe’s look was the most talked about at the big game!
The former quarterback is quite arguably one of the most well-known Hall of Famers of all time, after he boldly declared that the New York Jets would take home the title before his team competed in the 1969 Super Bowl. Although the team was considered the underdog in Super Bowl III, they managed to pull out a win over the Baltimore Colts.
What do you think of Joe’s fur coat? Were you a fan of his Super Bowl style?