Boots For Children

In can be difficult to find the right boot for your child's rugby game, the key to finding the right boots for your kids is to look for products with Junior in the title, these mean they have been designed with the smaller people's feet in mind.

You should expect to pay about £30 to £40 for a decent pair of boot to last your child the season, we'll break down some of the best here and which of their heroes are wearing them. If you want to find out which boots would suit your child, you can always send us a message telling us a bit about what you are after: just click here to contact us!

Kids Rugby Boots Suggestions

adidas Predator Malice Junior Rugby Bootsadidas Predator Malice

The Predator Malice boots are worn by the likes of kicking legend Dan Carter, so if you're a young aspiring number ten the Predator Malice is a perfect option.

If your child is going to be doing a fair amount of kicking in their game, they are going to love the Predator, there are cheaper kids version available that look almost exactly the same and whilst reduced in price, they are still a quality boot. Check out our video reviews .


Crazyquick Malice adidas Crazyquick Malice
Centre, Wing, Full Back, Scrum Half

Expertly crafted by adidas, the Crazyquick Malice is similar in style to the Predator Malice through its enhancements to kicking prowess with its off-centre lacing however further reduces its weight due to an alternative Superlight upper. Maintaining the speed-theme, the Crazyquick Malice uses a Speedframe sole plate to promote pacey performances.

adidas adiPower Kakari Force Lightadidas adiPower Kakari & Light
Prop, Hooker, Lock, Flanker, No. 8

The ultimate boot for players in the scrum that break away with pace and power, the adidas adipower Kakari is not only highly responsive due to its Sprintframe sole plate with specifically positioned studs however also possesses a lightweight synthetic upper making the Kakari silo quicker than ever. With different options for the front row & loose forwards avaialble, including with a collar.


Nike Tiemo Rugby BootsNike Tiempo
Works for a variety of positions/p>

Posing as arguably the most versatile boot on the market, the Nike Tiempo features a natural and premium K-Leather upper or cheaper options use calf leather or synthetic alternatives, all for luxurious comfort whilst the innovative internal skeleton acts as a support structure improving fit. Further modern touches see tongue-less technology promoting a more seamless and sock-like fit at the mid-foot.

nike mercurial vaporNike Mercurial
Centre, Winger, Fly-Half

As worn by Sonny Bill Williams and Morne Steyn the Vapor are a very popular football boot, that have made the cross over to rugby. They have a soft synthetic leather upper and are really only suited to those playing in the backs, as there is little protection for the feet. Vapor & Superfly versions come with or without a collar and kids versions are for sale at cheaper price points.


Evospeed 5 SG Kids White/Limoges/Ribbon RedPuma Evospeed
Flanker, No 8, Fly-Half, Winger

As worn by Jamie Heaslip, the Irish loose forward, Australia kicker James O'Connor and a bunch of South African wingers, your child may have seen these on a lot of players. They are a quality lightweight boot made by Puma.

School's can insist on black boots, but take a look below if you want to let them just pick their favourite colour.

White boots
Red Rugby boots
pink rugby boots

Orange boots

Kooga k type boots

Green boots

Blue boots

Purple boots

Kooga FTX boots

Look for mid or hi cuts boots if they are forwards, these boots will help protect their ankles and go for a lower cut if they are in the backs. Try and make sure the boots have removable studs, these will mean you boots can be used in any conditions and mean you will only have to get the one pair of boots a season.

Boys & Girls Rugby Boots

These boots suit boys and girls and whilst they are all predominetley black, there are touches of colour to them, some red, blue, yellow and more, so perhaps they can still get their favourite or perhaps the school colour on them.