Following unprecedented sales, Notts County's commercial director Amanda Fletcher has provided an update on the availability of 2017-18 Puma home shirts.
Most adult sizes have now sold out, with only XXL and XXXL remaining.
And, as Fletcher explains, the club have been bowled over by the popularity of the kit.
"We expected a significant increase compared with last season after aligning ourselves with such a reputable brand," she said. "We were also confident that the design itself would be more popular than previous seasons' and therefore ordered double the amount of stock.
"What we didn't envisage, however, was that we would be more than three times ahead of where we were at the same stage last season.
"By mid-November 2016, we had sold a total number of 554 home shirts. By stark contrast, we've already sold more than 1700 this campaign.
"This has no doubt been helped by the team's amazing start to the season, while we have also seen numerous orders from overseas – particularly aligned to Jake Bugg's sponsorship this month.
"While we are thrilled the shirt has been so popular, it is of course a double-edge sword because those who are yet to get theirs are now unable to. Unfortunately, due to lead-time restrictions, it's not viable for us to order new stock.
"There is, however, good availability in our blue away and lime punch third shirts, which are available to purchase in store or online.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported the club by purchasing a shirt this season."
Home baby kits, ages 5-6, 7-8 and 9-10 and adult XXL and XXXL sizes are still available.
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