But England's Sam Underhill, facing Australia on Saturday, said: "I won't be wearing them personally".
Athletes across the country will wear multi-coloured laces this weekend to support Stonewall's campaign to kick homophobic prejudice out of sport.
Underhill, 22, said he would not wear the laces because they were "uncomfortable" due to their thickness, though stressed he fully backed the campaign.
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) allowed the England players to choose whether they wanted to wear the laces this weekend but both Underhill and Te'o opted against it.
"That's something we are all very, very keen that people know", he said. But it's just the fact that you get two bits of kit that are yours _ your boots and your gumshield.
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Not all Wales players will be wearing rainbow laces in support of former captain Gareth Thomas in the match against the Springboks in Cardiff on Saturday. If it was on a shirt or something like that, I don't think anyone would say anything.
"Hopefully most of the lads will be wearing the rainbow laces", Read told reporters. It is a fantastic cause to support. "I believe you all when you said sorry", he tweeted.
He added: "But it is an incredibly worthy cause, an incredibly important cause".
Thomas had previously revealed a honest thanks to both the Welsh and French rugby unions in similarly deciding to show a sign of respect to his plight, and the plight of the LGBT community as a whole.
And USA Eagles players wore the laces for their worldwide friendly against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday evening.