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Rugby Boot Spotting – Autumn Internationals 16th & 17th November 2012

We are only midway through the annual autumn international test matches and it is already evident that the quality of rugby displayed has been of the highest draw. The fixtures give Southern Hemisphere nations the opportunity to take on their Northern Hemisphere rivals and try to get … Continue reading

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Lovell Rugby Review the Nike CTR 360 Maestri III FG Rugby Boots Sonic Yellow/White/Black

The CTR 360 has been completely re-designed by Nike with a number of improvements being made to enhance the traction, support and lightweight comfort. The new features include a Kanga-Lite II synthetic upper with ACC technology, a 3D control pad and a responsive sole plate. The Kanga-Lite … Continue reading

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Rugby Boot Spotting – Heineken Cup, 16th, 17th and 18th December

After the fourth round of Heineken Cup matches at the weekend, we can now predict who can be expected to make the next round of the competition. With last years runners-up Northampton Saints and fellow English side Bath both already knocked out, it is up to Saracens, Leicester and Harlequins to carry the flag for England. … Continue reading

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Lovell Rugby Reviews the Nike CTR 360 Maestri II SG Rugby Boots White and Purple

Over recent seasons, the Nike CTR 360 has become one of the more popular boots among loose forwards and backs with several international players switching to the boot from another in the Nike boot range. The likes of Courtney Lawes, Ben Foden and Chris Ashton have all … Continue reading

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Rugby Boot Spotting – International (27th August 2011)

This weeks boot spotting comes from England’s win over Ireland in Dublin and the Wallabies victory over New Zealand in the Tri Nations decider. With the Rugby World Cup only 9 days away and the games being the last for the teams before the tournement begins, every player … Continue reading