Nike and the web collective MSCHF have settled their trademark dispute over a run of unofficially modified Devil-themed Nike sneakers. Neither firm disclosed the phrases of the deal. Nevertheless it apparently consists of a suggestion to let prospects return their $1,018 “Devil Footwear” — or a pair of MSCHF’s earlier “Jesus Footwear” — for a full refund.
In a press release to The Verge, MSCHF’s attorneys mentioned they have been “happy” with the settlement over the footwear, which have been designed in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X. “With these Devil Footwear — which bought out in lower than a minute — MSCHF supposed to touch upon the absurdity of the collaboration tradition practiced by some manufacturers, and in regards to the perniciousness of intolerance,” the attorneys mentioned. They…
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