Apr 9, 2021
'Satan Shoes' to be recalled as Nike agrees to settle lawsuit
No further details were made public about the settlement, which includes the Jesus Shoes produced by MSCHF in 2019 also using the Air Max 97 as a base. "MSCHF altered these shoes without Nike's authorisation. Nike had nothing to do with the Satan Shoes or the Jesus Shoes," Nike said in a statement. Nike sued MSCHF last week claiming the "Satan Shoes [were] likely to cause confusion and dilution and create an erroneous association" between MSCHF's products and the company. MSCHF. David Bernstein, from the intellectual property litigation group at Debevoise & Plimpton and a representative for MSCHF, said the artistic messages the collective hoped the shoes would convey were "Dramatically amplified" by the lawsuit. MSCHF sold the black and red shoes in less than a minute last week.
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