Back in April, images of Rangers’ three new kits for the 2019/20 season appeared to be leaked online [Daily Express].
Later that same day, the home strip was officially unveiled by makers Hummel.
The new retro design takes inspiration from a 1980s classic and is based around the famed club anthem ‘Follow Follow.’

It’s a stunning effort from Hummel and it went down extremely well with Bears.
Since then, we’ve seen plenty of new signings pose with the confirmed home strip. Ex-Oldham Athletic defender George Edmunson is the most recent arrival to model it for a photo shoot.

However, despite the leak, there has been no follow up concerning the change strips. No official kit release.
Yet, a photo taken today by Rangers News’ James Black of a display at the St Enoch Gers store appears to confirm the designs Stevie G’s men will be donning next season.

Out go both the orange and the predominantly white strips. In their place, as expected, there is an all red number as well as a predominantly black strip.
Jermain Defoe and fan favourite, Scott Arfield, are the poster boys in this instance.
It’s strange that the Gers store would put up the display prior to Hummel officially releasing either change strip.
However, at least Bears can see what’s coming. Hopefully, with the season opener now just a matter of weeks away, both the red and the black kits will soon be made available.

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