The new white Rangers away strip revealed by Castore on Friday afternoon has met with a mixed reception from Gers fans.

Ambitious Liverpool-based company Castore were announced as the club’s new kit and retail partners back in May, kicking off a surge of activity.

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Rangers manager Steven Gerrard wearing Castore kit. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Renovation work has begun on the Ibrox megastore and planning is underway to increase the number of Rangers shops across the UK.

The new home kit and the goalkeeper strips were released and received rave reviews from the majority of fans, with the first batch of shirts selling out in a matter of hours.


But on Friday, Castore’s latest offering met with a mixed reception.

The new Gers away shirt is predominantly white with navy trim on the shoulders and sleeve cuffs, with the badge, makers name and sponsors logo all also navy.

Summer signing Ianis Hagi was one of five players chosen to model the shirt in the official image ahead of the launch of the online store on Saturday morning.

The Gers are set to don the white shirts for the first time in the early kick-off against Aberdeen, but while some fans are pleased with how it looks, others aren’t so convinced by the colour or the design.

Here’s a selection of reactions from Twitter:

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