Nike’s newly-released ‘Jesus Shoes’, filled with actual holy water in the soles, sold out in mere minutes after they hit the shelves on Tuesday morning.

The $3,000 sneakers are filled with holy water from the River Jordan in Israel and have a crucifix tied to the laces.

Each pair was reportedly blessed by a priest and has a red insole in reference to the red Papal shoes that were traditionally worn by Vatican leaders.

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The limited edition shoes were made by Brooklyn-based company MSCHF which redesigned Nike’s Air Max 97 model, turning it into “Jesus Shoes,” and offering buyers to literally walk on water.

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