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.
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 (most backs) or heavier and sturdier (forwards).
if your playing flank in rugby its ok to just wear soccer cleats because as flank you need light shoes and you need to run fast.
Coming from a 10 year travel soccer player; soccer shoes have a different texture on the; soccer shoes- flat on the bottom / Soccer cleats- have like things on the bottom that would help stay in the ground
Football boots are higher than soccer boots, they have studs rather than teeth.
The soccer boots are like that because the bottom of the boot goes on the ball a lot more than footy.
Normally they are the same - however, rugby boots are cut higher around the ankle and can have 4 heel studs and 6 sole studs for added grip. Forwards use these most frequently
Perhaps this has been lost in translation. In the UK we call them football boots, in the US they are soccer cleats. Same thing, different name.
rugby boots have 8 studs soccer boots have 6
Yes they are the same thing. Europeans call them boots and Americans call them cleats.
Anything with cleats
Soccer cleats are made of leather and are much lighter than in past years
online or in any sport shop that has soccer/football boots/cleats