"Jesus Shoes" are made with 100% frankincense wool (get it?), while the laces are strewn with a crucifix.
"We were wondering, what would a collab with Jesus Christ look like?"
They started with one of history's most influential figures, he said.
Other design flourishes include "MSCF" stamped on the back of the left shoe, which stands for the Brooklyn-based studio responsible for the shoes, and "INRI" on the left, which stands for Iesus Nazaraeus Rex Iudaeorum, or "Jesus the Nazarene, King of the Jews" in Latin.
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"So we wanted to make a statement about how absurd collab culture has gotten", he added.
Trainers resale site StockX shows that a pair sold for as much as £2,000 and the current asking price sits at £3,000, as buyers of the initial run take easy profits.
Jesus walked on water - and with MSCHF's latest sneakers, you can, too.
A creative brand has given a few lucky people the chance to walk on water (literally) while adding some spirituality to their style after releasing limited edition "Jesus shoes" that are filled with holy water and have been blessed by a priest - and cost a staggering $3,000. After the shoes dropped yesterday, the brand's head of commerce, Daniel Greenberg, told the New York Post that they came up with the idea as a way to drag "collab culture", which gave us that Post Office x Forever 21 clothing line and the Arizona Iced Tea and Adidas line. On the company's website - "mschf" says more will be available October 22, and subsequent 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.