You’ve asked for it, so here it is. Our review for the best rugby kicking boots in our opinion.
Adidas Predator Malice Control
For us, though others would argue otherwise, it has to be the Adidas Predator Malice Control for the best rugby kicking boots around. This comes as no surprise when you start looking around the professional game and see so many of the players wearing the latest Predator boots. The likes of George Ford who steered England around the park with his kicking during the World Cup favours the Predator.
The thought and design process that goes into these boots has been ongoing now since the ’90s, no stone is unturned and a lot of R&D goes into these boots they are hard to beat when it comes to the best rugby kicking boots.
The Predator Malice Control Rugby Boot is crafted with a synthetic forefoot for a super comfortable and tailored fit, along with rubber razors that help to enhance the power and kicking accuracy that you need on the ball.
They have a new sole plate designed from lightweight nylon, with a mixed stud pattern that gives both stability and speed on soft ground pitches.
There are many iterations of the Predator malice boot, the more expensive the better quality you are going to get, but places like Lovell Rugby that we choose when buying are stuff have plenty of options and prices, with normally an offer or two.
If you want alternatives for boots then check out what else Lovell have to offer, the Nike Tiempo range would the our next choice to go for without a doubt.
Let’s just clear one thing up though, kicking is down to technique, if you can’t do it, the boots aren’t going to do it for you. There is sadly only one way to get better, that is practice. If it was easy, we’d all be doing it.