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The new season has begun! It’s September which means the return of the Aviva Premiership and the Guiness PRO12 as well as a whole host of new kit at rugbystore.co.uk. It also means the Autumn Internationals are just round the corner. It’s a good time to be a rugby fan.
This Month: Limited Edition Sevens Boots, a return to form for England Alternate jerseys and Macron pay homage to legendary players on the new Glasgow Warriors shirt.
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Rugby Sevens at the Olympic Games was a huge success. Not only did it provide a piece of sporting history (with Fiji winning their first ever Gold) but it showed the world what an exciting sport Rugby Sevens is.
To celebrate the occasion, adidas made a limited edition version of their stunning Crazyquick Malice rugby boots for the men and women of Team GB to wear. Now these exclusive boots are available at rugbystore while stocks last. Designed to be ultra-light and provide explosive speed, the Crazyquick Malice boots are ideal for Sevens players and for the backs of the full XV game. Get these while you can.
Glasgow have got off to an explosive start in PRO12 this season, beating reigning Champions Connacht, 5-41 away from home. Fans were pleased to say the least.
The new home shirt from Macron is sure to put a smile on Glasgow Warriors fans faces as well. It’s black and blue with an old school collar, a classic look Glasgow and Scotland fans have appreciated for the last few years. It’s the small addition at the sides of the shirt however that fans will appreciate most however. The names of past and present Glasgow Warriors players who have accumulated more than 100 caps adorn the side panels, taking fans on a trip down memory lane as you read them. If their first match is anything to go by, the Centurions will be proud of the current Glasgow squad.
England have a bit of a target on their backs. An incredible winning streak under Eddie Jones will be put to the test again this Autumn when they take on South Africa, Fiji, Argentina and Australia at Twickenham. It will be the game against Fiji that we will first see England run out in their phenomenal new alternate kit from Canterbury.
Alternate kits can be tricky to get right but with the return to a classic navy of past England Alt jerseys, Canterbury have created something great. Saint George’s cross is spread across the chest, a nod to when England players wore bowties during their games, the practical implications of which seem rather risky idea now. The shirt also has the popular 3D rose that has been present on the shirt since the Rugby World Cup and of course features the latest VapoDri+ technology, making it comfortable to wear if you’re training in it or just wearing it to watch the game. Look out for the kit on the pitch on the 19th of November.