Why not walk on holy water with the Air Max 97 INRI (Iesus Nazaraes Rex Iudaeorum) produced by MSCHF?
Yes, that’s right, the American brand MSCHF has customized a Nike Air Max ’97 inspired by the miracle of Jesus told in the Gospel of Matthew, 14:25.
The sole, in fact, was filled with 60 cc of water originating from the Jordan River and then blessed which, technically, would mean walking on water. Biblical references continue with a steel crucifix set in shoe laces and red insoles that wink at the Vatican, known for its traditional shoes of the same color. If you sniffed your shoes you would feel that they smell of incense, smell that comes from the same insoles, another tribute to the Catholic church.
To complete this “divine” pair of shoes is the box that contains them, which, in addition to depicting the angel of the opera “Melencolia I” by Albrecht Durer from 1514, is closed by the papal seal.
The shoes sold out in a minute on October 8!
Should any of you want to feel like a God, you can buy them on Stockx for the modest sum of $ 2,499.