When the rugby season comes, here are the best rugby gear for festival days

Rugby is back for another year.

That means a whole lot of new gear for the rugby community.

Here are our picks for the best and most practical rain gear to wear when you’re at the games.1.

Rugby gloves1.1 Rugby glovesThe first thing you should consider when planning a festival day is whether you’re going to be wearing gloves.

The pros and cons of gloves are well documented.

Here’s our advice on how to choose the best type of gloves.

For a full review of the pros and Cons of Gloves click here.

Pros: Gloves are light and durable, make it easy to clean the hands and keep your hands free of debris, and they can be washed, laundered and dried.

Cons: There are several pros and some cons to choosing the best gloves for your festival season.

The pros of gloves:Lightweight, waterproof, non-slip.

Cons: Gloves can be slippery.

The cons of Gloves:Slippery.

If you have gloves that are not waterproof, they are not a great option.

The same goes for a rubber band.

The more layers of material that you wear the more likely you are to break them.

For an extensive guide on choosing the right gloves for the festival season click here2.

Rugby boots2.1 The Rugby BootThe Rugby Boot is the official choice for festival wear.

It is an iconic item in the sporting world and it is the perfect accessory to wear during the Rugby World Cup.

It features a high-quality rubber sole, built to withstand the elements and is designed to be light, breathable and comfortable.3.

Rugby socksThe Rugby socks are the most popular item on this list.

They are also the most expensive item on the list.

That is because they are made of 100% cotton and are made with anodised aluminium and are hand-crafted.

There are many reasons why they are so expensive: they are incredibly hard to make, there are not enough layers of padding on the foot, they require a lot of time to make and they are only available in one colour.

However, the best part is that you can make a custom pair of socks for just £50.

The Pros of socks:Light, breath-able, easy to wash and dry.

Cons of socks on the right foot: They are expensive.

The Cons of socks when worn on the left foot: There is a chance they will become soaked or water-logged.3×4: The Rugby Rugby Footwear 3×4 is a stylish and practical way to bring out the rugby spirit during the festival.

Made from 100% wool, the shoes are designed with a leather sole to support your feet, with the option of adding an extra layer of padding to protect your feet and ankles.

The 3×3 design also has a hook-and-loop closure so you can wear them as a pair or keep them as part of a festival ensemble.

The best part about these shoes is that they come in two different colours, white and grey.

The grey ones are available in the most colourful of colours and you can also get the white version in black and white.

The best part of these shoes, however, is that the footwear lasts for years.

If you don’t want to compromise on durability, you can pick up a pair of 3x2s.4.

Rugby boot4.1 There are two main ways to make a rugby boot for festivals: a boot that is made of wool and a boot made of polyester.

Wool is a soft, breathy material that has a very good grip and can be made into footwear.

Polyester is more durable and will keep its shape better than wool.5.

Rugby T-shirt5.1 A T-shirts is a shirt with a woven mesh fabric around the collar that covers the upper body and keeps the shirt from slipping on and off.

These shirts are great for festival goers who want to show off their rugby gear.

You can get these shirts in different colours to match your festival attire.

The biggest benefit of these shirts is that, because they don’t require a collar to attach to your shirt, they can also be worn with other festival gear.

For example, if you are wearing a T-Shirt and want to wear a T Shirt with a Jacket or shorts, you could simply sew the collar on to your T Shirt.

The main drawbacks of T- shirts are that they are more expensive than wool T- Shirts and that they can only be worn in white or grey.

They also require a very specific fitting.6.

Rugby hood6.1 An optional piece of gear that is designed for festival use is a rugby hood.

The rugby hood is a thin hood made from polyester fabric.

It provides extra ventilation and keeps your face dry and cool during the game.6×8: The rugby jacket6x 8 is the ideal way to go for a casual look when you want to keep things