Since its release in February, the kit described as a "subtle homage to Nigeria's '94 shirt", received rave reviewers from fans and media alike.
The Football World Cup is around the corner and global teams have already released their official World cup kits.
Nigeria may not be favourites for the World Cup, but they seem to have won fans over with their new kit for Russian Federation.
Manufor's experience typified the tale of many individuals who went out to Oxford Street on the first day of the sale of the new wears designed by NIKE for Nigeria's Super Eagles for the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals.
The demand for the new Super Eagles home shirt has been utterly mindblowing, with Nike receiving three million pre-orders for it and then it selling out in a matter of minutes before you could say Jay Jay Okocha.
Donned by John Obi Mikel, Alex Iwobi and Wilfred Ndidi, the shirt broke the record for Nike pre-orders, with 3 million orders before release.More news: Going it alone: U.S. alienates allies before taking on Beijing
"From its beginnings playing as a British colony to reaching the world stage in 1994, Nigeria's confidence is irresistible", Nike said.
The striped jersey and the training kit are now unavailable to buy on the Nike website.
There is a slightly less loud away kit which has also sold out.
"The queue shows the pride Nigerians have and that they are willing to support their team at the World Cup and spend money to do so".
They then take on Croatia, Iceland and Argentina in Russian Federation.
World Cup hype is to be discouraged, especially if it's about England's chances.