The friendly agreement provides for a “voluntary recall” of shoes sold by MSCHF. Nike accused the company of forging trademarks and diluting brands.
The scandal made Satan’s shoes even better. As part of a friendly settlement with equipment manufacturer Nike, Nike (New York) “Satan sneakers”, MSCHF agreed to call back and refund the buyer.
The model created in collaboration with the American rapper Lil Nas X was originally an Air Max 97 sneaker made by Nike, with some unique logos reminiscent of the devil added, including a five-pointed star (inverted five-pointed star), sometimes Think of it as a symbol of Satan. According to the company, a drop of human blood was also injected into the sole.
Nike has attacked MSCHF, accusing it of counterfeiting and brand dilution, and claimed to have boycotted suppliers.
“We agree to resolve disputes amicably”, Agence France-Presse (AFP) said the company MSCHF said in a message sent to customers on Friday. “As part of this settlement agreement, Nike has asked us (and we have agreed) to initiate a recall of Satan’s and Jesus’ shoes. Remove it from circulation. “Both parties are very happy to be able to resolve their dispute”, Nike equipment suppliers responded to Agence France-Presse (AFP).
The Brooklyn-based company presents itself as an art group, adding that if they request to purchase all copies of these two limited series before April 21, they are prepared to compensate the buyer in full, and at the same time Show they have ” in law” Say no to return the shoes.
These Satan sneakers were sold online on March 29, at $1,018 per pair, causing controversy. They are the result of a collaboration with American rapper Lil Nas X, who is known for his hit song “Old Town Road”, which was mixed in spring and summer 2019. Some people, such as the Republican governor of South Dakota, have already made judgments about these. Black sneakers decadent waste.
Specially limited edition MSCHF said that its shoes are “Artwork” Designed for use by collectors, it is protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in the tradition of another limited series of Jesus shoes. The shoes were launched in October 2019 with holy water on the soles. Nike did not oppose it at the time.