Rangers fans have responded after images of new Castore gear emerged on social media.

Since signing their multi-year agreement with the Light Blues in May 2020, Castore’s operation has expanded significantly.

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Castore co-founders Tom and Phil Beaton have been busy in recent months and images of new Rangers gear have emerged online.
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They are now supplying kits for Premier League clubs Wolves and Newcastle United and have struck major deals with the likes of McLaren F1 and the ECB.

They promised that their relationship with Rangers would be a special one, though, and the expansion elsewhere certainly hasn’t led to a reduction in offerings for Gers fans.

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

Not every range has gone down well with supporters, with the ‘blackout’ collection released earlier this month receiving criticism.

However, fans are more positive about images of a ‘150th anniversary range’ shared on Twitter by @SeafarerMichael.

Following hot on the heels of the popular all-white and sponsorless 150th anniversary strip, a collection containing 1/4 zips, polo shirts and t-shirts looks to have arrived.

Here’s a selection of reactions to the designs:

Blue full zip and black 1/4 zip fleece jackets with 150th anniversary crests in adult (£45 and £40) and junior (£40 and £35 ) sizes have appeared in the ‘new arrivals’ section of the online Rangers store but the majority of the range is yet to make it to the website.

In other news, Rangers have been dealt a significant blow ahead of their important league clash with Motherwell.

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