Rating Everton new provider Castore's Football Kits

With Everton signing a deal with premium performance sportswear brand Castore, let's examine the kits Castore has made for other football clubs, including Bayer Leverkusen and Wolves.
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Everton announced a club-record agreement with Castore to make their kits, training, and travel wear for the upcoming seasons. Castore's founding partner status gives them enhanced commercial opportunities and media rights with the club.

The owners are two Merseyside brothers in Tom and Phil Heaton, a distinctly British brand with tennis star Andy Murray as an early investor and global ambassador.

The deal is in the range of 15-20 million pounds, far exceeding the Toffees' previous deal with Danish company Hummel which was between 8-10 million pounds. This is a key aspect of the deal due to Everton's ongoing financial struggles.

Let's examine some of the recent football kits Castore has provided for other clubs and see what we can expect for Everton's kits in the future.