The Matildas newly released FIFA Women's World Cup jersey are back in stock after selling out.
On Tuesday morning (AEDT), Nike revealed 14 National team jerseys to be worn in France this June.
The jersey has been dubbed "Spew 2.0" for its close resemblance to the Socceroos infamous 1990's retro jersey.
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The first-ever Matildas National Team collection channels an exuberant aesthetic born in the early ’90's, Melbourne’s famous Hosier Lane, the famed Golden Wattle and Australia’s landscape all coalesce in the graphic, encapsulating all of contemporary Australia.
While the jersey has drawn mixed reviews from fans online, by Tuesday afternoon, the kit, which was released in women’s, men’s and kids’ sizes, had sold out in men's cut.
However, a few hours later the men's cut jerseys were back available on the Matildas website for pre-order.
Men’s jerseys are back in stock, and we’ve got some bigger sizes available! https://t.co/7kfIeI0emq— Westfield Matildas (@TheMatildas) March 12, 2019
The Matildas will debut the kit in April against the USA.