Limited edition sneakers dubbed as ‘Jesus Shoes’ filled with holy water inside were sold out minutes after its launch, despite each pair costing $3000.

The one-of-a-kind shoes were made by Brooklyn based design company MSCHF which created more than a dozen pairs of kicks to take a dig at the ‘collab culture’, told the company’s head of commerce Daniel Greenberg to The Post.

He added, “We wanted to make a statement about how absurd collab culture has gotten. To do that, we started with one of the most influential figures in history- Jesus Christ.”

The distinctive pair of white Nike Air Max 97s contains holy water in the sole that comes from Jordan River and was blessed by a priest. A crucifix has also been placed on top of the laces of the right trainer, reported The Independent.

But that’s not all, the shoes also have the Bible verse Mathew 14:25- a passage describing Jesus walking on water- along with a drop of red ink on the tongue of the trainer, representing the blood of Christ.

“We were wondering, what would a collab with Jesus Christ look like? As a Jew myself, the only thing I knew was that he walked on water,” The Independent quoted Greenberg as saying.

The distinctive pair became an online topic of discussion, with twitteratis left both astonished and amazed.

“Degrading and disrespectful,” criticized a user.

“So Jesus shoes are a thing that exists. They have water from the river Jordan in the sole, I have no words,” wrote another.

Although less than a dozen pairs were made with no plans to create more, Gabriel Whaley, founder of the brand hinted there may be a "second coming" in the future, reported Fox News.

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