On the video, Super Eagles stars Mikel Obi, Alex Iwobi, Wilfred Ndidi, and Kelechi Iheanacho were seen checking out the new designs, which also included the ones made for Nigerian fans.
The kits had some similarities with the jerseys Nigeria wore at their World Cup debut in 1994 in the United States of America.
The 2018 offering is a white home strip with blue shorts, red with white shorts for away fixtures and a training kit.
The home shirt sees the pale blue/off-grey sleeves of the 2016-17 shirt dispensed with in favour of a return to a plain, simplistic all-white affair, complete with St George's-themed trim. The new jersey designs were unveiled on Nike's official YouTube channel on Wednesday.
Our World Cup qualification has led to more pride in the nation and as many shots as possible at our Ghanaian counterparts who will not be representing the continent in Russian Federation.
In case you haven't seen it, hear it here first: Nigeria's Super Eagles kit is incredibly handsome.
Four days later, the Eagles will also wear the new kits for another World Cup warm-up game against Serbia in London.
The Super Eagles are joined by Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia and Egypt in flying the flag for Africa at the 2018 World Cup.