After five years with adidas, Rangers partnered with Nike and the American firm's first set of kits was very attractive. The home shirt featured an unusual navy chestband that could have ruined the look but did not.
Following their Champions League qualifying elimination, Rangers entered the Uefa Cup and were drawn against Strasbourg. Change blue shorts were worn for the away leg against the French side's sky blue and white hoops.
Away socks used when the default black set clashed.
For the first time, blue, red and black all featured on a Rangers change shirt while there were also grey pinstripes on what proved a popular design.
The home socks were also worn with this kit.
For the second consecutive season, Rangers had to come up with a red third strip in Europe at short notice as Swedish side IFK Göteborg wore blue and white stripes, meaning the Gers' first and second shirts clashed.
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