What’s hot this month?
It’s here, the biggest month of the rugby calendar has arrived. The Rugby World Cup kicks off on the 18th of September. We’re excited for the games to begin and to show you the latest offerings at rugbystore.co.uk.
This month in the Hot 3: The most evasive Rugby World Cup shirt, socks that can improve your game and the return of our fastest selling training ball.
It can be easy to underestimate the effect socks can have on your running and grip in a game or training. Once you’ve worn Trusox for a few sessions you’ll appreciate the potential of your socks a whole lot more. Worn by professionals in a variety of sports, the extra technology in Trusox can help your game in a variety of ways. Of most significance is the anti slip panels found around the base and ankle of the sock. Gripping to the inside of your boot you’ll find it easier to get the most out of your footwear. Whether it’s in the drive of a scrum or sidestepping an opponent Trusox will give you an extra edge on the pitch.
For more information check out the Trusox site.
As Hot as: Preseason training in Dubai.
For the longest time, it seemed as though the Nike Argentina Rugby World Cup shirt wasn’t going to be available outside of Argentina itself. It seemed a big missed opportunity to us, many of our customers had been asking specifically for the Pumas jersey. Thankfully Nike changed their mind and now you can pre-order the shirt that will be worn by one of the major dark horses of the tournament. Plus you’ll get a free flag!
As Hot as: Buenos Aires in the height of Summer.
The Canterbury Thrillseeker training ball has been extremely popular entry level training rugby ball, due to it’s low cost, good performance and fantastic colours. You can learn more about the Thrillseeker in our ‘Top 5 Rugby Balls available at rugbystore.co.uk’. The best colours often sell out so we’re pleased to now have in stock the latest 3 thrillseeker balls. Our personal favourite is the Puffins Bill Orange ball.
As Hot as: A long day of beach rugby.
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