If you’re anything like me, you love nothing more than team gear. This time of year, if your team is still in the playoffs, it’s even more fun to add to your Colts/Broncos/Ravens/Patriots/Seahawks/Panthers/Cowboys/Packers (phew!) collection. In today’s top ten, we’re going to take a look at the best NFL gear to get you through January.
Foxboro isn’t exactly known for it’s temperate weather. Keep yourself warm during this weekend’s match-up in this hat (which even Tom Brady is fond of).
Layers are key, people. This shirt is the perfect material to double as a base layer when you head to the big game. It’s available for all of this year’s division champions, so I promise you don’t have to run around in a Pats shirt if you don’t want to.
The weather in Denver this weekend shouldn’t kill you, but if you’re headed to Mile High, this sweatshirt wouldn’t be a bad idea. And if you’re stuck in Indiana to watch the game? You might want to buy two or three. It’s Arctic.
The Ravens might not have won the AFC North, but they did knock-off the division winner last week, so I think this sweatshirt is a fitting one for fans to wear to Gillette. It’s the perfect reminder of the team’s 2012 Super Bowl run.
These boots might not actually say anything about the playoffs, but they’ll definitely keep your feet (or your girl’s feet) warm during Sunday’s big contest. And we all know that cold toes are the worst.
Panthers gals, if you’re heading to Century Link this weekend, you’ll definitely want to have long sleeves. This is a cute option (and a reminder that your team has taken the division two years running). By the skin of their teeth, but still.
This season, this shirt is pretty true. The ‘Boys didn’t have a lot of competition in the NFC East. Even Eli Manning wasn’t a threat. You might as well buy it and wear it while it’s true, Dallas fans.
You might need this hat even more in Green Bay than in Foxboro. I highly recommend getting it now with two day shipping. You’ll have it just in time for the big game.
This is a little bit old school, but why not remind everyone that your team is the perennial NFC North champion? Plus, if you’re on a budget, this is the way to go.