A U.S. District Court on Wednesday approved Nike’s restraining order request against a company that collaborated with rapper Lil Nas X to create so-called “Satan Shoes” by redesigning Nike Air Max 97s. The order effectively blocks the further sale of the hellish sneakers, for now.

“The order, issued by the Eastern District of New York, states that the Brooklyn-based agency cannot fulfill any orders,” CBS News reported. The restraining order was approved after 665 pairs of the kicks, priced at a hefty $1,018, sold out Monday in just one minute.

 

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