IN 2019 MSCHF, A BROOKLYN BASED CUSTOM DESIGNER TOOK '97 NIKE AIR MAX SHOES AND DECKED THEM OUT FOR THE LORD OUR SAVIOUR. FOR $1425 (price is the scripture it represents Matt 14:25) THEY COULD HAVE BEEN YOURS.

https://hypebeast.com/2019/10/mschf-inri-air-max-97-walk-on-water-custom-info

Now, it will cost you upwards of 4k to make these Jesus 'walking on water' shoes yours.

MSCHF spared no expenses or creative flair while putting this design together. Not only are they stylish, and Nike branded but they are a unique fashion option that let's any Jesus Freak say it loud and proud. Decked with a golden Jesus curcifix lace charm, holy water from The River of Jordan in soles, a collectors box and Matt 14:25 on them. Nothing was left out with these shoes. And they soldout in MINUTES!!!

www.cbsnews.com/news/nike-air-max-97-jesus-shoes-filled-with-holy-water-selling-for-4000-2019-10-11/

Now fast forward 2021, same company comes out with a custom revamp and this time they have a Face for the product, Lil NAS X....and the shoe is Satan's......Again, MSCHF product is full of creative spark. Now for myself the real blood thing, which is from 6 willing employees of the MSCHF company, is ALOT TOO MUCH. (see youtube for more on that).

Nike, yesterday came out saying, this is not our shoe, we are not behind this in any way. They are now sueing over UNAUTHORIZED 'SATAN SHOES'.

www.nytimes.com/2021/03/28/style/nike-satan-shoes-lil-Nas-x.html

My only question is this...why you sueing satan but Jesus was cool? Isn't that the exact opposite of Live and Let Live Nike? They remind me of someone that is so desperate to be liked they will do/say anything, because they are under such scrunity currently. But in my OPINION, makes em look hypocritical. If you didn't sue over unauthorized use for the Holy shoe, then leave this one be. Because at the end of the day....IF YOU DON'T LIKE SOMETHING, DON'T PARTICIPATE IN IT....

Then again, birds of a feather, do tend to flock together. So i get why Nike let Jesus be...and lord knows religion (christanity mainly) contradicts itself on the regular.