Super fans appear long before the Super Bowl: do they ever put away that crazy outfit or is it always sitting in the den next to the rest of the stadium paraphernalia that never gets thrown out no matter the state of decay. National Football League super fans have lots of options in choosing their perfect outfit.
Kansas City Chiefs fans can wear that adorned red hard hat and play fireman if they choose to. If they don't love the head dress, bow and arrow and moccasins that's a good fall back outfit.
Green Bay super fans always are thinking of hors d'oeuvres and specifically Swiss cheese and (optional?) crackers with some Wisconsin micro-brewed beer. Mmmmm, I'm a Packers' fan now too!
In Houston the Texans have options and they often include being masked or face painted...the photo I found shows a face painter in Texans' blue. In September in Texas heat is still an issue I would note.
Bears fans wander in from the South Side woods and are always lookin' for somewhere to rest their paws: at Soldier's Field bears are welcomed in if they're wearing a hat and a superhero cape. Local black bears get in sometimes without people noticing.
In Oakland Raider's fans need to be creative to outdo or outshine the competition. One rule seems clear though: it is nearly unthinkable to not employ silver and black. No other super fans are more aware of the importance of their team colors than are Raiders' super fans.