Sneakers named Jesus Shoes, worth N1m a pair sell out in minutes

Sneakers named Jesus Shoes, worth N1m a pair sell out in minutes

- A pair of sneakers was recently sold for about N1million ($2762)

- The sneakers was named Jesus Shoe and it comes with holy water from River Jordan

- Jesus Shoes was sold out in less than one hour after it was launched

A pair of sneakers worth about N1million ($2762) has sold out in less than one hour after it was made available to purchase.

The sneakers named Jesus Shoes, was officially launched on Tuesday, October 8, and they come with holy water in the sole. understands that the holy water was fetched from the biblical River Jordan and the shoes were first blessed by a priest.

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Dubbed Nike Air Max 97s trainers, the shoes came with crucifixes placed on top of the laces on the right side. They also come with drops of red ink on the sneaker's tongue which symbolises the blood of Christ.

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On the side of the shoe is a bible verse, Matthew 14:25, and it referenced the act of Jesus Christ walking on water

Although, the sneakers carry the Nike name, Nike does not have any affiliation with the product. The sneakers were made by Brooklyn-based designers who go by the name MSCHF.

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After the shoes sold out, MSCHF promised to come up with new creations that would be released online every fourth Tuesday of the month.

While some people expressed their surprise over the creation, others want to know the people who splashed over a million naira on a pair of shoes.

Jesus Shoes worth KSh 3 million a pair sell out in minutes
Source: UGC
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, earlier reported that BBNaija Ifu Ennada slammed celebrities who wear fake designer items. Ifu Ennada said these celebrities should have some respect for the original designers and advised that people should wear nameless brands rather than fake designer items

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