His latest trim, which leaves a little more on the top while the sides are cut close, drew the attention of GQ at the launch of UGG’s first-ever men’s store. (UGG, of course, is the company responsible for Brady’s sheepskin boots.)
When asked about his new ‘do, Brady said his hair is “ever evolving.”
“You know, so many guys are so conservative with their hair,” Brady told GQ, “and I always joke with all my buddies when they mess with me, and I’ll say, ‘That’s right. Keep the same haircut for 10 years.’ How fun is that? I just like to keep it moving. I don’t want to take it too seriously. It’s only hair — it grows back.”
Brady has come a long way from the buzz cut he had as a rookie, most recently drawing attention for his “sidehawk” at the Met Gala. That followed times with a caveman look, a Justin Bieber style and Achilles-like locks.
Patriots fans have shared what they think about Brady’s fashion and hair choices before, but the usual consensus is that as long as the helmet fits over the head, Brady can do whatever he wants.