Nike Air Max with holy water in the soles exist so now you can walk on water 9 months ago

Nike Air Max with holy water in the soles exist so now you can walk on water

Just like the Lord Himself.

Those of us raised Catholic will be aware that Jesus walked on water.

He dipped a toe in, he stepped forward, and he fucking strolled across that body of liquid like it was nobody's business.

A class act, we can all agree if it did, indeed, occur. 

Now though, even the mere mortals among us can also walk on water. While wearing a pair of bangin' Nike Airs, nonetheless.

Brooklyn-based brand MSCHF have created the $1,000 (yes) shoes using actual water from the River Jordan injected into the soles, allowing just about anybody to walk on water.

If they've got a cool K hanging around, that is.

The runners also come with a crucifix, red insoles alá the Vatican, and a Matthew 14:25 inscription. They’re also scented with frankincense for all those Nativity fans out there.

The company's head of commerce, Daniel Greenberg, told the New York Post that the trainers were created as a means of taking the piss out of "collab culture."

“What would a collab with Jesus Christ look like?" he asked.

And yeah, it appears we have got our answer.

The Jesus Shoes sold out at one point (how?) but it appears now as if they are back on sale - for the very reasonable price of just €1,415. 

Not a bad deal.

At least Drake thinks so, because he's only gone and apparently bought himself a pair and flaunted them all over his Instagram Stories.

Well for some.