A new Rangers 150th anniversary range made by Castore has officially been launched online.

Castore have been striking deals left right and centre since being named the Gers’ kit and retail partners in May 2020.

Rangers Officially Re-open their megastore

Castore co-founders Phil and Tom Beahon (left) alongisde Rangers commercial and marketing director James Bisgrove. (Photo by Craig Foy/SNS Group via Getty Images)

However, they’ve certainly not eased off on their production of Rangers-specific gear.

Four official kits have been created for the 2021/22 season, while a wide variety of matchday, training and leisurewear items are available in dedicated stores in Glasgow, Belfast and at Glasgow Airport, as well as online.

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The latest of the four kits to be released was the sponsorless 150th anniversary strip and now, after images of designs emerged on social media last month, a full range has been released.

Rangers Officially Re-open their megastore

A Rangers 150th anniversary range has officially been launched by Castore.
(Photo by Craig Foy/SNS Group via Getty Images)

The collection includes a variety of garments, including t-shirts, polo shirts, tracksuit bottoms and jackets, with adult and junior sizes available.

As usual, the prices are on the expensive side, with the adult tracksuit bottoms coming in at just under £70 and adult jackets at £95.

‘Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Rangers wherever you go with this lightweight, clean and stylish collection. The perfect addition to any fan’s wardrobe,’ reads the description on the online Rangers Store.

Last month, images of some of the designs received positive feedback on social media but it remains to be seen what fans will make of the range in its entirety.

In other news, a former Premier League referee travelled to Denmark to support Rangers against Brondby.

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