The training ball is especially recommended for use in schools and amateur rugby teams. Designed to maximally facilitate training. Made of a mixture of gums.
The rough surface makes it easier to grip and improves grip.
Optimum SCOTLAND Rugby Ball
Pro Impact Rugby Shorts
- Everything today is like the strange basketball fashion where the shorts go down to the knees or lower.
- Not only do I want freedom of movement but I work hard on my legs and and don’t mind showing off the hard work!
- I did flip them inside out and discovered a number of loose threads that were clipped and could have caused mischief later on.
- Compared to Gilbert I would give them four stars since they are bit lighter in material but that might be great in warmer climates.
- Oh and the brand is sewn into the left leg and not a “heat transfer” label.
- They do run a bit tight so order a size up unless you’re a bean pole.
- Other than size, this product is exactly what I am looking for, thick stitching and heavy fabric for rigorous wear.
- They fit me well but were a little restrictive for some movements during practice.
- They feel durable and well made and if you need a cheap pair of practice shorts I would recommend these.
- I decided to give them a shot still, because I like my rugby shorts to be a little more snug.
- I ended up ordering a pair of KOOGA ANTIPODEAN II SHORTS in a 38, and these are a much higher quality short at around the same price, with a better fit.
- They are made of a comfortable material, breathable, and not too starchy.
- I prefer these shorts over the shorts I am encouraged to by from my own team!<
- A little longer than I prefer, but they’re durable and that’s really all you can ask for.
- I play college rugby and these held up great during the season, and they washed completely stain free which is always a plus.
- I would recommend wearing longer compression shorts underneath to avoid chaffing.