Cleats are normally plastic and moulded to the boot sole there are normally 6 to 8 depending on the make of the boot. The normal Rugby boot will have aluminium studs which screw in for replacement and these boots carry 6 to 10 studs
Yes you can as soccer cleats are versatile cleats, but i would recommend football cleats as they have a higher ankle providing more support.
Though rugby is easiest to play in boots specifically made for rugby, they are not necessary. Soccer cleats work just fine. The only requirement for rugby boots is that they must not have a spike on the bottom of the toes.
yes as long as they are complient with IRB Rules they can be worn
Rugby boots are usually stronger and usually have 10 studs, where soccer cleats have around 16. Depending on which position a player plays in rugby, their boots may be as light as soccer cleats for backs, or heavier and sturdier for forwards.
The Grip the ground so that when you get pushed back you don't get knoked off your feet as easily
cleats (metal or plastic parts you have under the sole of sport shoes) are called 'des crampons' in French. Hence shoes designed for soccer or rugby are sometimes called 'des chaussures Ã crampons"
Baseball cleats have toes and soccer cleats don't
Footballers wear cleats, shoes with studs on the bottom to get a good grip in the wet soil.
Preference is that of the player. Most centres where rugby boots as opposed to soccer boots as the rugby version have 6 sole studs and 2 heal where soccer boots have 4 sole and 2 heal. In rugby the studs used are all "heal" length for grip, soccer use 10 millimeter in the sole
As a DB and WR I can only say I'm faster with screw on cleats ;)
A collared shirt (pro jerseys nowadays have a very small collar, but its still there), knee-high socks, non-metal cleats, and a rugged pair of shorts.
I believe the spikes on the bottom of soccer cleats are known as cleats!