Standard boots with all heel studs in the sole. These will be multi purpose < you're so funny -_-. I would say Adidas Predators or AdiZero! :D
Boots on the Ground was created in 2003.
Standards rugby boots are fine for all terrain types its the studs that change from long to short for very firm ground
Firm ground are better cleats than the soft ground ground b/c the cleat is tougher
Boots on the Ground - 2013 was released on: USA: November 2013
The cast of Boots on the Ground - 2013 includes: Matt Bracken
You can safely wear firm or hard ground boots on Artifical Grass playing surfaces, as I have done for many years. However, alot of people call all artificial grounds astro turf which is misguided. The carpet type surface is not good for studded boots, and you should only wear astroturf boots (the kind with many tiny rubber studs) on these grounds. If the ground is artificial but with blades of artificial 'grass' you can wear these boots no problem, n fact, you SHOULD wear those boots. Have a good game.
varies on the store you get them at.
If you wear them inside your boots the water will flow down the pants into your boots and fill the up. If you wear them outside your boots the water will flow down the outside of your boots onto the ground It's your choice really, there is no rule which way to have them
The cost of a pair of Blondo boots varies by location of purchase, currency and boot style, however it seems they tend to range anywhere between $120-$240 US.
Your best bet would be to purchase boots with interchangeable (quickchange) cleats.
The cost for a pair of motorcross boots, also called MX boots, is around $100. This price varies based on where they are purchased from, the brand of boots, and whether they are new or used.
I have never heard of galloping boots?