Boom Adelaide Crows recruit Bryce Gibbs is cutting off the man bun he's become known for - all in the name of charity.
On Thursday March 8, Gibbs will lose his iconic locks to raise funds and awareness for the Crows Children's Foundation and Dementia Australia.
Half of the money raised will support the Crows Children's Foundation's work with children in need through health, education and welfare programs.
The remaining 50 per cent will support Dementia Australia and its work providing vital support services to people living with dementia, their families and carers in South Australia.
The Crows have a history of shaving their hair off for charitable causes, with Hugh Greenwood, Harry Dear and Jackson Edwards all doing so in the last 12 months.
And who can forget Tex Walker raising $67,000 for charity after shaving off his mullet in 2013.
You can help Bryce raise some much needed funds by donating to his shave here.