Regular Fit. Embroidered Badge. Short sleeve. Split Neck. Heavy weight 100% cotton jersey in a soft durable 2 ply Combed Cotton 270/275 gsmFine gauge tight knit fabric that retains its shape when machine washedMade in Great BritainMachine washable.
Rangers, Adidas 92/93 for me. I've always preferred Adidas to any other kit manufacturer, so I'm biased, but us getting an Adidas kit for me signalled an upgrade, we were the only Scottish club made by Adidas at that time and in that era it felt like they were mainly associating themselves with top clubs. It was a stunning kit too, and the return of the red and black socks which as a 10 year old I was learning for the first time was a big part of our tradition.
The upgrade was then reflected on the field with our treble the next season and us going toe to toe with Europe's best on our legendary Champions' League run. Super Ally winning the Golden Boot, Hateley not far off him, and Goram arguably the best keeper in the world that season. I feel like that was the season that kicked the 9iar era into a new phase, leading to Laudrup, Gazza and the wonderful times that followed. Not saying it was the kit that did it, but I always think that a great kit can make a difference around the margins of a squad's identity and performance.
It’s too easy to just pick a Rangers shirt. My favourite Rangers shirt is the 92-94 home. The red v-neck makes it stand out from other Adidas Equipment lots of that era which mainly had the same colour of neck as the jersey. I W ould be interested to see how well loved it is among non-Rangers supporting kit enthusiasts.
My favourite non-Rangers would be the early 90s Sampdoria kit (Kappa, ERG) along with the West Germany top from Italia 90.
I also loved the no-frills foreign kits made by companies either unknown or hard to find companies. Milan, Napoli, Barcelona, Brazil, Madrid etc made by Enerre, Kappa, Meyba, Kelme, Penalty. Far better than the boring templates put out by the big names these days.