Rangers stylish new Hummel kit has been voted the best in the Scottish Premiership in a new BBC Scotland poll.
The stunning home top – possibly based on this 1980s classic – is manufactured by Hummel and has proven very popular amongst the fans.
The top takes inspiration from the Rangers anthem Follow Follow, featuring gentle embossing of broad and narrow straits and the world-famous club emblem.
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It’s a very creative effort by the Danish kit manufacturers and it’s clearly gone down well with Scottish football fans, receiving 19% of the vote.
In contrast, at the time of writing (03/07) Celtic’s new home kit has come in fourth in the rankings, behind Aberdeen’s red and black/gold efforts and Motherwell’s stylish Macron kits.
Granted, it could well be Rangers fans voting. But each voter has five votes which he must distribute amongst the teams.
The fact the stylish Hummel kit has been so roundly praised will please Rangers fans.
After the club got embroiled in a poorly structured retail deal, fans boycotted buying Rangers strips for years.
It’s something which hurt the image of the club on and off the pitch.
But now Hummel appears to be committed to making unique and creative Rangers tops season on season.
The gaming giant released a stunning video acknowledging how much it values the special relationship with the Ibrox club.