Astonishingly, among 64 kits not one is entirely horrendous.
On Friday, snaking queues in London, consisting mostly of non-Nigerians, formed outside Nike's flagship store as shoppers tried to get their hands on the $87 (R1 100) kit.
Long queues of fans had also lined up outside Nike's physical stores in the UK.
Football fans are going insane for Nigeria's new j shirt with Nike having received over three million orders even before it came on sale.
Kit on sale included a jacket, training clothing, footwear and a travel suit as well as away kits and a bucket hat.
The campaign stars Nike Ambassador Grace Ladoja alongside Wizkid, Not3s, Super EagleAlex Iwobi, Julie Adenuga, Yagazie Emezi, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi.
Nike's social media pages have been inundated with questions about when new stock will become available, with two pairs of boots and a gym bag the only available items in the Nigeria team section as of Saturday.
Fans will have the chance to see the kit today as Nigeria face England in a friendly at Wembley.
Nigeria's "underdog" football squad need to play together and not as individuals, captain John Mikel Obi said, with the team acknowledging they face a tough group stage at the World Cup in Russian Federation next month.
Not minding the price, many Nigerian celebrities were quick to cup themselves some of the stylish wears which many have attested to being a unique design for the Nigerian soccer team.