Aaron Rodgers has one of the greatest arms in NFL history and has already cemented himself as one of the best quarterbacks ever. The 15-year veteran’s resume includes 51,000 yards, 412 Touchdowns, and 2 (as of Jan. 2021) MVP awards. He’s a 9-time Pro Bowler and 3-time AP All-Pro. He has been the cornerstone of the Green Bay Packers franchise since he took over for Brett Favre in 2008. His 48-to-5 TD-to-INT ratio in 2020 is the definition of mastery as a QB.
Aaron Rodgers’ gear is as old-school as they come. He wore his beloved Schutt Air XP Pro until it was deemed unsafe in 2019. He then switched to a helmet with the same shell, the Schutt Air XP Q11, to keep that classic look. He still wears the bulky Douglas shoulder pads he’s worn for most of his career and a baggy jersey to go over them. Rodgers signed with Adidas in 2015 and he’s worn a variety of Adidas cleats, most recently the Adidas Freak Carbons from 2018. Not the flashiest player by any means, Rodgers’ play speaks for itself, and his swag rating is still flourishing… the type of swagger you can’t buy at your local sporting goods store.