Drew Brees turned heads at New Orleans Saints training camp with his stunning custom cleats this weekend.
The 40-year-old quarterback is used to being the star of the show in the gold and black uniform.
But it was his bright red Nike boots that had Louis Vuitton and Supreme logos emblazoned on them which were the main talking point on Sunday.
Brees showed that, despite his advancing years, he has just as much style as any other athlete in sport.
His red cleats had a black Nike tick, a large Supreme logo down the side and small Louis Vuitton badges on and will be auctioned off for charity.
The Louis Vuitton x Supreme range is a 2017 collaboration between the French designer brand and the American streetwear company.
Most of the range costs thousands to buy, so these boots will probably fetch a fair few dollars at auction.
According to FOX reporter Garland Gillen, they were designed by Marcus Rivero of Soles by Sir.
Rivero has worked with Brees on his "my cause my cleats" the last three years and these will also be auctioned off for charity.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is set for his 19th season in the NFL
Brees is ready to embark on his 19th season in the NFL and has shown no signs of slowing down in recent years.
The future Hall of Fame quarterback has the most passing yards in history and is just 19 shy of Peyton Manning's touchdown record.
New Orleans Saints, led by their explosive offence, are one of the favourites to reach the Super Bowl in Miami after two near misses.
Two years ago they were edged out by Minnesota Vikings in the play-offs thanks to a miraculous last-gasp touchdown from Stefon Diggs.
And last year they were left furious when officials missed a pass interference call that led to the Los Angeles Rams beating them in a controversial NFC Championship Game.