KENNY MILLER has officially unveiled the new PUMA third kit – sponsored by 32Red – for Season 2014/15.

The stunning red kit is available to pre-order online at from today and is available to buy from Thursday 12 June in the Rangers Megastore at Ibrox Stadium, the Glasgow Airport and Belfast shops, PUMA outlets, Sports Direct stores throughout the UK, and online at

Grounded in heritage but designed with innovation, the kit meets the demands of both players and fans, and 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. 

Rangers Chief Executive Graham Wallace commented: “We have been delighted with the quality and design of PUMA’s performance apparel since they joined us as our official supplier and official licensee of replica merchandise last season. The 2013/14 kit was very popular with supporters and I am sure the kit the squad will wear throughout the new campaign will be just as successful.”

Ruth How, UKIB Marketing Director for PUMA, said: “Rangers is a club with a rich and iconic history, and one with which we are very proud to be a partner. We’re delighted to be able to provide the players with the highest standards of design and technical performance for the 2014/15 season.

“After the club’s unbeaten league season last year we hope that this kit will accompany Rangers on another step towards restoring their place in the top tier of Scottish football.”

The Club’s home kit will be launched ahead of the 2014/15 league campaign with the away kit to follow.

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