Nike wins lawsuit against controversial ‘Satan Shoes’

Nike has won its lawsuit against Brooklyn art collective MSCHF over their controversial ‘Satan Shoes’ that contain a drop of real human blood in the soles. The $1,000 sneakers are modified Nike Air Max 97s that feature an inverted cross, a pentagram, and the words “Luke 10:18”. The collective the shoes in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. It said only 666 pairs were made and all but one has already been shipped. Nike claimed trademark infringement, asking a federal court in New York to stop MSCHF from selling the shoes and prevent them from using its famous Swoosh.