RB Outwork & Outlearn Wrist Band


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Rugby Bricks was born in Dunedin, New Zealand and represents more than a brand but a lifestyle.

At Rugby Bricks, we are firm believers in two principles that determine your outcomes in life.

The first principle is OUTWORK. 

All of us have to work but some of us are prepared to do more of it than others and more often than not you’re going to hear about the success stories of those who put in the hard yards.

 At Rugby Bricks, we practice what we preach and teach players, coaches and supporters that it’s the workers who are going to make a difference in this world on and off the pitch.

The second principle is OUTLEARN.

 For those who are willing to put in the work sometimes that isn’t enough. You need to be able to learn where best to apply the work you’re putting in. Should you be going to the gym in the off-season and trying to bulk up or is it sitting down with a pen and paper and reviewing what you want your next season to look like? These are the questions we’re asking and they’re what we’re teaching over here at Rugby Bricks.

If you’re a lifelong learner on and off the pitch you’ll go further than those who are only going to put in the work. These are the principles we live by over at Rugby Bricks and we’re bringing the knowledge, work ethic and mindset to the game of rugby so that you can find success on any playing field.

So if you're someone who wants to tell others what you're about then grab a Rugby Bricks wrist band and live the principles of Outwork & Outlearn. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Alex Mackle

love it wear it all the time i reckon they should be abit wider though so that they dont break so easily

Jack Lewis
So expensive now tho

When I had one it was my favorite things about rugby bricks, shame I lost it, and why they so expensive now, they used to be like 3 bucks

kelly wilson
no band and sticker

i ordered a boot bag,protein shake and a kicking tee and i didn’t get a wrist band or a sticker so i’m just wondering if you have ran out or something?