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It's barely been a day since Lil Nas X and MSCHF dropped the much-discussed“Satan Shoes”and Nike has already filed a lawsuit over the design.The shoes, a pair of reworked Nike Air Max ‘97s, are black and red and embellished with a pentagram and a Bible verse. Each pair is said to contain a drop of human blood from the crew who designed the shoes. Nike has filed a lawsuit against MSCHF, as reported by
WWD,for “trademark infringement, false designation of origin, trademark dilution and common law trademark infringement and unfair competition."“We do not have a relationship with Lil Nas X or MSCHF,” a spokesperson from the brand told the publication. “Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.” The "Satan Shoes" dropped shortly after Lil Nas X’s controversial video for his
latest single “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),”which has been met with anger by conservatives. The shoes cost over $1,000 and were released in a batch of 666, quickly selling out after the drop.In the lawsuit, the brand states that the shoes are “deceiving consumers into believing that Nike manufactures or approves of the 'Satan Shoe' and consumers' belief that the 'Satan Shoe' is genuine Nike product is causing consumers to never want to purchase any Nike product in the future.” Nike wants MSCHF to stop selling Nike products and the brand is asking for “any and all profits” from the shoes, plus “an award of three times the amount of compensatory damages and increased profits.” headtopics.com
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Simone Biles Left Nike So Now We're All Leaving NikeThe shining stones in Nike ’s crown have always been the litany of elite athletes they sponsor, and Simone Biles is undoubtedly one of the company’s brightest stars. But not anymore! Biles has ended her relationship with Nike and, according to the Wall Street Journal, will be creating a new apparel line with Athleta. While Athleta doesn’t have the same reach or cache as Nike , Biles says that the partnership was about more than securing another hefty bag. “I feel like they also support me, not just as an athlete, but just as an individual outside of the gym and the change that I want to create, which is so refreshing,” she told WSJ.
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Nike wants to resell your (lightly) worn shoes in some stores Nike is now reselling returned sneakers at a discount in select stores in an effort to reduce waste. Great idea Meanwhile Japan is going to dump nuclear waste to the ocean, and no one mention it.
‘Satan Shoes,’ Nike Lawsuits and the Booming Sneaker Bootleg MarketThe much-buzzed launch of Mschf and Lil Nas X ’s unsanctioned “Satan Shoes,” pegged to the release of the artist’s single “Montero,” was just one example of a slew of imaginatively remixed sneakers of late. Two children caught my attention praying Asr, in the chapel on the side of the road, here the worshipers were self-convinced and well-educated. Happy for those who raised them, as their hardship has borne fruit! The picture is in Wadi al-Qadi, Taiz horrible