The agreement includes an option for owners of the “Satan Shoes” and “Jesus Shoes” to receive full refunds.
MSCHF, which produced the sneaker, was “honestly surprised.”
The controversial sneaker sold out in less than a minute.
Along with satanic details such as inverted crosses, pentagrams, “666” detailing, and references to Luke 10:18.
“Smells like teen spirit.”
Forget your off-the-rack Birkenstocks, these are the real work from home flex.
The playful tees are crafted from destroyed garments sourced from ten different streetwear brands.
Centered around skate style accented by reflective elements.
Through text, emojis and GIFs.
Each dot is sold on its own for $480 USD.