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If you only caught the first 16 minutes of last night's 2015 Women's World Cup soccer match, it's probably because you left the bar to buy a Carli Lloyd jersey. If you stuck around to watch the USA beat Japan 5-2 and reclaim the championship trophy after 16 years, you're probably realizing that that jersey is now pretty scarce. Crain's New York reports that local sporting good retailers saw shirts for superstars like Lloyd and Abby Wambach fly off the shelves both before and after the game, unsurprisingly.
"We sold through overnight," Kelly Harvey of Modell's told the site about their inventory. "We're trying to get more product as we speak because the volume has been great since the women won." The situation was similar at Union Square's Paragon Sports: A spokeswoman for the store said that they even didn't have any of Lloyd's #10 jersey available on Sunday.
Still feel USA pride pulsing through your veins, along with the need to don the New Jersey native's number? Your best bet is Nike's online shop, if you're small—there's only kid's sizes available at the moment.