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
Well i would prefer cleats over boots...
No they all meet the requirements of both codes.
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.
Soccer boots are lower cut and and 6 studs - rugby boots are cut slightly high at the ankle and can have 8 studs
Le Coq Sportiff Rugby Boots
He wears sandals
Outside center is one of the positions in the back line. He is traditionally strong and fast and plays outside the inside center who plays outside the flyhalf.
Check our sports suppliers on the net. Basically you need a rugby shirt, shorts, socks and rugby boots
Many players where soccer boots however, rugby "boots" have a higher ankle area to protect that area when rucking or be rucked over. The term "Rugby boot" actually refers to the earliest foot-ware which were in fact working boots. the studs were small studs which were used to reduce wear on the sole on the boot. These were worn by the players who came from industry especially heavy industry and coal mining.
Rugby boots need studs in order to offer the player grip on grass and mud, which can be slippy.