Nike’s Tiempo Legend IV experienced its first on-pitch coverage in the Rugby World Cup.

The Argentinian utility player, not Javier Mascherano, but Juan Martin Hernandez took to the Leicester City Stadium for their RWC match against Namibia with the aforementioned Fly-Half stealing the headlines not only for helping his team-mates to a convincing 64-19 win through a well worked try but also for debuting the highly anticipated Nike Tiempo Legend IV boots.

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Being showcased two months prematurely, the Tiempo Legend IV’s were spotted after Hernandez scored the opening try of the contest thus making it ever-apparent to the boot enthusiasms of the sporting world that the player had laced-up in the unreleased Nike silo.

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As a result of Argentina’s successful group stage within the RWC, they have now progressed into the knock-out round of the tournament facing Ireland in the Quarter Finals.

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