The shoes designed by MSCHF were made from a pair of regularly priced $160 Nike Air Max 97 sneakers, according to CNS News.
The reworked soles contain holy water from the River Jordan that was blessed by a Brooklyn priest, the wool insoles are scented with frankincense and a shoelace is decorated with a gold crucifix charm, MSCHF said in a press release online.
The unknown buyer of the shoes Tuesday immediately relisted them for sale online for $4,000, CBS reported.
The company said more of the shoes will be available Oct. 22.
‘COLLAB’ WITH JESUS CHRIST
Around two dozens of customized Nike Air Max 97 shoes, with actual holy water injected in the soles, sold out within minutes after it was released by Brooklyn-based company MSCHF on Tuesday. (Photos from Jesus Shoes) pic.twitter.com/OIsHTq5q99