The rugbystore Hot 3- February 2017

Welcome to the rugbystore Hot 3! Every month, we highlight 3 new products available now at that deserve your attention.

This month in the Hot 3: Another shirt to join the Pride, a hoody that includes innovation in every stitch and some legendary boots.

Last Month’s Hot 3: January 2017

1. adidas adizero Crazyquick Malice Wellington Boots

These show stopping boots are the next in the Limited Edition Sevens Range from adidas created for various tournaments as part of the HSBC World Series.

The whole range is set to draw design inspiration from the locations they are designed for, with these boots being designed renowned kiwi artist Dave Burke and New Zealand Maori elder Luke Crawford.

It’s not simply just a striking graphic design but in fact actually tells the story of the creation of the Wellington Harbour by Ngake and Whataitai;  two supernatural creatures from kiwi legends.

The graphics of the Left boot depicts Ngake with the spirals to represent speed and strength. The right boot showing Whataitai’s story with swirling fish and bird designs to represent momentum.

Each boot in the range is limited edition so you better get your hands on them while you can at rugbystore.

2. British & Irish Lions 1888 Quartered Shirt

With tension for who will be selected for the Lions mounting everyday Canterbury have released even more heritage inspired leisure wear as part of the Since 1888 Range.

The whole range is inspired and dedicated to the history of the Lions and rugby since the touring squad’s beginnings in 1888. This new design has already become one of our favourites with its classic quarter design reflecting the crest and the nations that make up the Lions.

Lion’s shirts are the perfect purchase for anyone who simply can’t decide who to back this 6 Nations, represent all the Home Nations and join the Pride ready for the Tour in May.

3. Under Armour Threadborne Full Zip Hoody

We have looked extensively at different training tops here at rugbystore, we have even put some through our Supertest, however a New Year has brought a new favourite.

The hoody is a lightweight, fitted training top that doesn’t constrict your movement. Its Threadborne fabric gives stretch and flexibility combined with a soft feel and the fast drying moisture wicking abilities you expect from Under Armour training wear.

It will carry your training through to spring keeping you at a good temperature without weighing you down.

Find the 2017 Under Armour Training Range here at rugbystore.

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