The shoes also feature red, Frankenscence-scented insoles, and a steel crucifix attached to the laces to reference The Vatican's red shoes and jewels.
Aiming high, the team posed a collaboration with "one of the most influential figures in history": Jesus Christ.
But it's not just any water you'll walk be walking on in MSCHF X INRI "Jesus Shoes," but actual Holy Water.
Less than two dozen of the Jesus Shoes were made and sold though MSCHU founder Gabriel Whaley has suggested a "second coming" of the design could follow in the future.
"We were wondering, what would a collab with Jesus Christ look like?"
The premium price may not faze true sneaker fans - Bergdorf Goodman sells Jimmy Choo "Diamond Crystal-Embellished Metallic Sneakers" for $3,995, and Dior is selling high-top sneakers for $1,100. "As a Jew myself, the only thing I knew was that he walked on water", Greenberg added.
The bottoms of the shoes are also dyed a reddish tint to mimic the shoes worn by Popes long ago.
The Jesus Shoes were sold for $1,425 and are now being re-sold for $4,000.
The quick-fire sale of the specially-made trainers is made all the more remarkable for the fact they cost a staggering $3,000 a pair.
MSCHF head of commerce Daniel Greenberg told the New York Post they wanted to make a statement about "how absurd collab culture has gotten", following a partnership between Adidas and Arizona Iced Tea. On the company's website - "mschf" says more will be available October 22, and subsequent 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.