Rangers Football Club unveiled their 2014/15 home kit in California, USA earlier this week as they prepare to their upcoming Scottish Football League season with a series of pre-season friendlies.
According to the Gers website: Rangers stars Lee McCulloch, Kris Boyd and Lewis Macleod unveiled the Club’s stunning home kit for season 2014/15 on the tour of America and Canada today and the team will wear the strip for the first time against Sacramento Republic on Saturday 19 July.
The Light Blues wore the new red third kit against Ventura County Fusion in the first tour match on Tuesday and supporters will get to see the team in action in the traditional blue home kit this weekend.
Grounded in heritage, designed with innovation, the latest Rangers home shirt meets the demands of players and fans. It features tipping on the sleeve cuffs with 1872 detailing celebrating the year the Club was founded.
The kit also features all of the technological excellence expected from a PUMA kit including heat transfer tapes that run down the body and Dry Cell technology. Dry Cell technology enhances body performance by dragging moisture away from the body, improving air-flow and keeping the body at the ultimate performance temperature so you can keep cool through game time, added time, any time, every time.