Astonishingly, among 64 kits not one is entirely horrendous.
The kit costs £65 and was not released until late on in order to increase demand and reduce the spread of replicas being produced ahead of the World Cup.
Several football fans were seen queuing up to purchase the new Super Eagles kit outside London's NikeTown store in Oxford Street.
Among those featured in the Super Eagles kit advertising campaign are Nigeria and Arsenal player Alex Iwobi, Leicester's Wilfried Ndidi, Grace La Doja, Skepta's manager, WizKid, UK rapper Not3s, Beats 1 presenter Julie Adenuga and photographer Yagazie Emezi.
Three million shirts were said to have been pre-ordered, while non-official copies have been in huge demand in the country's capital Lagos this week.
Within minutes of being released, the kit sold out and is now unavailable to buy on the Nike website. London's Nike Town had massive queues outside. There are no current plans for a restock, " the global sportswear brand tweeted.
Nigeria's team is now in London, where they will face England in a friendly game at the Wembley on Saturday.
The Nigeria 2018 World Cup home kit introduces an exciting, dynamic and stand-out design to balance out the relatively understated away jersey which is a plain forest green colour with lighter accents. Nigeria's World Cup group contains Argentina, Iceland and Croatia this summer in Russian Federation.
Nigeria's eye-catching, snazzy home shirt has been taking the world by storm and the latest evidence of its monumental impact can be found in the fact that Nigerian folks have been using the design in other ways.