Some other religious insights include the frankincense-scented insoles, a crucifix threaded through the laces, and a red sole, which references the red shoes traditionally worn by past Popes.
A Brooklyn-based design company made it possible (sort of) when they modified two dozen pairs of Nike sneakers and called them "Jesus shoes".More news: US House Republicans to Seek Sanctions on Turkey Over Kurd Offensive
The shoebox even displays an angel and a marking that closely resembles the official papal seal. Now, we only have a passing knowledge of the bible from school RE lessons, but seem to remember something about Jesus getting angry once in a marketplace over profiteering?
In July the two brands teamed up on a limited edition sneaker design, which was then sold for just 99 cents at a NY bodega - a stunt that sparked such a wave of interest, it led to a riot on the street as people desperately tried to get their hands on the shoe.
Similar collaborations with popular brand Kith have also produced the same astonishing levels of interest. "You could say Jesus is the most influential person of all time".More news: DISCOVERY | 20 new moons puts Saturn ahead of Jupiter
If you think that it's only the holy water that soared up the price tag, then take a look at another feature of the kicks. Nike is not affiliated with the redesigned shoe.
But it's not just any water you'll walk be walking on in MSCHF X INRI "Jesus Shoes", but actual Holy Water.
MSCHF head of commerce Daniel Greenberg told the New York Post they wanted to make a statement about "how absurd collab culture has gotten", following a partnership between Adidas and Arizona Iced Tea.More news: Things WWE Fans Need To Know About Tyson Fury