However, MSCHF claims that 665/666 pairs have already been shipped, with customers reportedly saying they’ve received their pairs, according to Complex.
Earlier on Thursday, MSCHF released a statement ahead of the trial following Nike’s lawsuit.
MSCHF strongly believes in the freedom of expression, and nothing is more important than our ability, and the ability of other artists like us, to continue with our work over the coming years. Statement via MSCHF
The statement address that the MSCHF’s intention was to start a conversation through art, much like Lil Nas X and his song and music video. Nike demanded MSCHF to recall the pairs.
Keep it locked on Nice Kicks as the story continues. Take a look at the statement below.