James O’Connor is very much one of the stars for the Australia team, and was the second highest points scorer in New Zealand with 52, one try, 13 conversions and seven penalties. Behind Morné Steyn of South Africa who had 62 points made up of; two tries, 14 conversions, seven penalties and one drop goal. James amassed his points at first wearing the black/yellow Puma v1.11 rugby boots and latterly in the same boot but the newer green/navy version.
Wallabies Top Points Scorer at RWC 2011
What boots does James O’Connor wear?
James wore the Puma v1.11 green/navy rugby boot for the 3/4th place play off game at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand 2011. Earlier in the competition he was seen in the Puma v1.11 black/yellow version. These are not a recognised kickers boots, but the obviously work for him.
Puma v1.11 Boots Green/Navy (typically £90) lightweight micro-fibre upper with a lace cover, plus carbon fiber plate in the forefoot to minimize weight.
Puma v1.11 Boots specification
The v1.11 has premium lightweight micro-fibre upper with a lace cover that creates a smooth kicking surface and a unique look. The one-piece outsole provides stability and support, making the most of a carbon fibre plate in the forefoot to minimize weight and to increase the reactivity in the flex area. The v1.11 is the third generation of PUMA’s UNI technology, this construction provides a snug fit by perfectly replicating the unique PUMA AptoLast. As they say “The v1.11 was created with one thing in mind – to give you the confidence to be your fastest.”