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Nike logra detener las ventas de Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

Un juez federal se puso del lado de Nike Inc. el jueves al ordenar a una empresa de Brooklyn que detenga temporalmente las ventas de «Satan Shoes» que produjo en colaboración con el rapero Lil Nas X.

El juez de distrito de EE.UU. Eric Komitee en Brooklyn falló tres días después de que Nike demandara a MSCHF Product Studio Inc, alegando que las zapatillas negras y rojas con temática del diablo, que llevan el logo “swoosh” de Nike, infringían sus marcas registradas.

Las zapatillas son versiones personalizadas de las zapatillas Nike Air Max 97 que pretenden contener una gota de sangre humana en las medias suelas y están impresas con «Lucas 10:18», un pasaje bíblico que se refiere a la caída de Satanás del cielo.

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Solo se fabricaron 666 pares, con un costo de $ 1,018 cada uno. Lil Nas X, conocido por la canción «Old Town Road», estaba planeando seleccionar quién obtiene el par 666, pero ese plan fue archivado luego de la demanda presentada por Nike el lunes. No es un acusado en el caso.

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«MSCHF cree firmemente en la libertad de expresión», dijo la compañía en un comunicado. «Esperamos trabajar con Nike y el tribunal para resolver este caso de la manera más rápida».

Nike y sus abogados no respondieron de inmediato a las solicitudes de comentarios.

Los abogados de MSCHF habían argumentado que Satan Shoes «no eran zapatillas típicas, sino obras de arte numeradas individualmente», siguiendo los «Jesus Shoes» de la compañía basados ​​en el mismo modelo de Nike en 2019.

Dijeron que una orden de restricción temporal era innecesaria porque los compradores de zapatos no pensarían que Nike estaba involucrada, y todos menos el par 666 ya se habían vendido y no se estaban fabricando más.

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Los abogados de Nike, por el contrario, dijeron que «incluso los ‘sneakerheads’ estaban realmente confundidos por los zapatos de MSCHF», y MSCHF tenía un «historial» de envío de zapatos infractores más rápido de lo que los tribunales podían detenerlo.

Lil Nas X lanzó el mes pasado un video con temática diabólica para su canción «Montero (Call Me By Your Name)».

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