IS THERE ANYTHING to be said for a pair of classic Puma Kings? The Halcyon days of old school all-black boots are long gone but Jamie Cudmore is really pushing the boundary of unacceptable taste and decency with his Champions Cup final footwear.
The bruising Clermont second row is known for his strong work in the tight but perhaps he is trying to channel the skills of his colleagues outside him with these boots.
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Clermont and Toulon have a lot of flamboyant rugby players in their ranks so there are definitely going to be a few more ostentatious boots on display. Former Mayo forward Conor Mortimer would approve.
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