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have (one's) kicking boots on
To be able to kick well. Used especially in reference to sports. A: "Do you think he'll be able to score?" B: "I don't know. He doesn't seem to have his kicking boots on today." Anderson definitely had his kicking boots on for that game, successfully kicking all eight field goals he attempted.
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