Aston Villa fan finds ridiculous Castore error in 22/23 home kit – Thick accent
Despite foraying onto the football scene just 2 years ago, British sportswear brand Castore have managed to amass quite a collection of customers.
They started big by signing Scottish heavyweight Rangers on a multi-year deal, and have since followed suit with other big names. Their rapid rise comes without the production capabilities of industry leaders such as Adidas and Nike, which makes it all the more impressive.
However, cracks are starting to appear and it looks like Castore may have a little more than he can chew.
If the brand has above all been able to meet the demand of all the major clubs it sponsors, the quality and precision of the products are omnipresent. Complaints about quirks on kits produced by them are not uncommon, and one such blunder surfaced yesterday.
As seen in this image, an Aston Villa fan took to Twitter and complained about the Castore tag on the new 22/23 home kit, which obviously isn’t meant to be upside down . Since fans pay large sums to acquire authentic kits while cheaper replicas are still available, providing them with a suitable product should be a top priority.
This is certainly not a unique case, as other such bots have also surfaced online.
Castore’s stock has steadily increased and with new sponsorships every year, improving its production capabilities should be a priority. Hopefully that happens sooner rather than later, as fans seem to be losing patience with the brand.