Nigerians React To Sold Out Nike Nigerian Jersey
This is a moment of pride for Nigerians.
As the sales for the jersey officially begins today, Nike is experiencing good times at Nike Town on Oxford Street, London.
While Nike was understandably angry that Nigerians in Nigeria have been spotted wearing fake jerseys which some proudly said they bought for N6,000, the fake jerseys did not stop its sales.
The jersey, the away kit, the training kit, the floral joggers and the training jacket which was rated number 1 by Mirror UK has been sold out and is now unavailable on the Nike site.
The official shirt is put at £64.95 (N31,241.30) while the others are as follows
Meanwhile, Nigerians are reacting to the sell-out:
This Nigeria shirt has people excited. Queue for Nike Town goes well around the block! pic.twitter.com/lKx1B8sfl8
— Isaac Fanin (@isaac_fanin) June 1, 2018
— DamolaTimeyin (@Damola) June 1, 2018
When i buy my Nigerian jersey, i will snap pictures of it in the Nike Store, show y’all receipts,before i start wearing it😂. Y’all dangerous.
— Fvraz_ (@fvraz_muhammad) May 31, 2018
When Nike made our shirts, I was disappointed with what they came up with pretty much every year (there was the odd exception). Where were they hiding the person who designed all of this?? pic.twitter.com/PaIl9unHcx
— Scott Patterson (@R_o_M) June 1, 2018
Why is Nike doing iberiberism with this Super Eagles Jersey marketing?
— Sam Hart (@hartng) June 1, 2018
— tyro (@DoubleEph) June 1, 2018
The designer for the Nigeria kit pulling up into the Nike offices this morning pic.twitter.com/Di4QZvcqYC
— BlackClothes (@black__clothes) June 1, 2018
We already won the world cup with our jersey