RBP Bootspotters Guide

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Ben Smith: Adidas Predator Incurza

The All Blacks veteran is just one of the many lovers of the newest addition to the Predator Incurza family. Smith has gone with the flashier yellow and black model, saving the blacked out versions for his time playing for the All Blacks. Smith has chosen his boots well, as the incurzas give great support despite being very lightweight, and the kicking surface is sublime.

Owen Farrell: Nike Tiempo Legend VI

Farrell has been a Tiempo wearer from the start, and looking at the Legend VI’s, it really isn’t hard to see why. Tiempo’s have always been a reliable and safe option for any back, but the newest models have added stunning looks to that great package. These boots helped Farrell lead England to the grand slam, and if they are good enough for one of the Premiership’s best kickers, they’re good enough for us as well.

Robbie Henshaw: Adidas Crazyquick Malice

After the World Cup, Adidas slightly revisited the design of these boots, and the result is outstanding. The new yellow on black design has courted the interested of young stars like Robbie Henshaw, who was probably drawn to the remarkable lightness that Adidas have achieved with this boot. This boots is perfect for most outside backs, with its low weight and outstanding looks two major advantages.

CJ Stander: Asics Lethal Speed

Asics have become something of a cult classic amongst rugby players, with many of those who wear them swearing to their dependability and comfort. Perfect for all forwards, the Asics boots come with large studs that give plenty of grip, while Asics experience making some of the world’s best running shoes means that they are very light and superbly comfortable. These are simple, hard working boots, that suit the humble, hard working Stander.

Dan Lydiate: Under Armour Clutchfit Force 2.0

It’s a question I am asked time and time again. “Under all that tape, what kind of boots does Dan Lydiate wear?” Well, here is your answer, Under Armour Clutchfit Force 2.0’s. Its very easy to see why Lydiate selects these boots, as they are very durable and comfortable, but you still get a very light product. They’re not designed with any fancy kicking surface, but they offer plenty of grip, and allow Lydiate to make those bone jarring chop tackles for which he has become so well known.

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Aidan Clarke
Media Intern from America.

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