Nike sues a competitor for producing shoes with a drop of human blood


The company's new shoe.

Photo released, MSCHF

Nike is suing the “MSCHF” art shoe group in Brooklyn for releasing a controversial pair of shoes known as “Devil Shoes”, which contains a drop of real human blood in its sole.

The new pair of training shoes, which costs $ 1,018, is made using a modified Nike Air Max 97 shoe model, with an inverted cross and a five-pointed star, and some verse words from Luke 10:18.

MSCHF released 666 such pairs on Monday, in association with rapper Lil Nas X, and says they all sold out in less than a minute.

Nike says there has been a violation of its trademark.

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