Rugby Boot Spotting – Six Nations, Round 4
Mike Phillips- Ospreys, Wales and British and Irish Lions
The Powerfull Scrum Half scored a controversial decisive try as Wales defeated Ireland. The try was scored from using another ball for a quick lineout. We are surprised Phillips has not yet switched to the New Adidas AdiZero RS7 Rugby Boots Which he has been training in.
Mark Cueto- Sale Sharks and England
The Sharks Wing had another solid game on The Wing. Countered well and was solid under the high ball. Is part of a well established back three with Chris Ashton and Ben Foden. His Nike Laser 3 K-Leather Boots look great with the England Kit.
Brian O’Driscoll- Leinster, Ireland and British and Irish Lions
The Leinster Centre scored his 24th Championship try to equal Ian Smiths prevous record. O’Driscoll will be disapointed though, as Ireland lost the Match to Wales at the Millenium Stadium. The Formers Lions captain has been wearing The Adidas Predator RX Boots since they launched in November. Before then he prevously wore the Adidas R15 Boots.
Sergio Parisse and Gonzalo Canale- Stade Francais/ Clermont Auvergne and Italy
Parisse and Canale two of Italy’s standout players in recent years will be thrilled as Italy recordered their best Six Nations win by Defeating France. Both Players wore the Nike Legend Elite White/Volt boots that looked great on pitch. The Carbon Fibre sole on the boot reduces the weight but without sacrificing strength.
Max Evans- Glasgow Warriors and Scotland
The Warriors winger scored a great chip and collect try on Sunday. Looked dangerous throughout. The talented Wing/Centre has signed for Castres in the Top 14 France next season.
Nick Easter- Harlequins and England
The England Number 8 again was solid at the base of the Scrum. If Mike Tindall is ruled out through his ankle injury, Easter will most probably lead. The White King Finale boots have been Easters boot of choice since their launch in January.