The distinctive pair of white Nike Air Max 97s termed ‘Jesus Shoes’ are manufactured by a Brooklyn-based creative label MSCHF and the USP of the shoe is that it was injected with holy water from the Jordan River, reported Fox News.
When Jesus blessed the shoes, it will be sold out in a matter of minutes! A one of a kind limited edition sneakers holy water were out of stock within a few minutes of selling and also the colossal amount of USD 3,000.
Typical pair of white Nike Air Max 97s called ‘Jesus’ Shoes’ produced by Brooklyn-based creative label MSCHF and shoes USP is that it is injected with holy water from the Jordan River, reported Fox News.
A closer look at the shoes and river water can be seen floating in the sole.
If you think that it’s just the water that shot up the price, then look at the other features of the kick. The shoes also have a Bible verse Matthew 14:25 – the part that describes Jesus walking on water – on the show with a single drop of blood to represent the blood of Christ.
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Some other religious insights including sol scented incense, cross threaded through the straps, and the only red, which references the traditional red shoes worn by the Pope the past.
When the shoe is a religion, so have his package! The shoe box is also featuring an angel and a seal resembling the official papal seal.
“We think that the Arizona Iced Tea and Adidas Collab, where they sell shoes [advertising] a beverage company that sells iced tea in bodegas,” Fox News quoted the head of trading Daniel Greenberg told the New York Post.
“So we want to make a statement about how reasonable the Collab culture has got,” he added.
However, Greenberg experimented with less than a dozen of the couple, he added that they were made with no plans to create more.
Although, Gabriel Whaley, founder of the brand, hinted there may be a “second coming” in the future.
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