Alex Goode joined a raft of fellow Saracens players in the English team as they crushed the reigning World Champions at Twickenham on the weekend in one of England’s finest ever test performances.
While the 23-man squad shone to a man, Goode certainly stood out in his Nike CTR360 Maestri III boots, sporting the latest white/yellow/green colourway.
Utilising some of Nike’s most advanced innovations, the CTR360 boasts their patented Kanga-Lite synthetic upper, ensuring a lightweight yet robust finish, and a 3D control pad which enhances a kickers ability to connect, generate power, and dictate the flight-path of the ball.
An all-round sportsman who excelled at Football, Athletics and Tennis as well as Rugby when growing up, Goode represented England at underage level, before signing for Aviva Premiership side Saracens.
Originally a fly-half, Goode’s recent move to fullback has paid off, with the 24 year-old quickly establishing himself as Stuart Lancaster’s ‘go-to’ man at the back.