Conspiracy theorists insist ‘satanic’ Reebok shoes are devil’s hoof

The devil wears Reebok?

A group of Jesus-worshipping conspiracy theorists is raising hell on social media after declaring that Reebok’s new shoes are “satanic” and inspired by the Devil. A Facebook post detailing their takedown of the supposedly Satanic sneakers is currently blowing up with more than 15,000 reactions.

The allegedly possessed kick, the Reebok Classic Leather Decortiqué Tabi Low, was designed in collaboration with the French luxury house brand Maison Margiela. The freaky footwear, released in January, is perhaps most famous for sporting a bifurcation in the middle of the toe, which was inspired by Decortique, a deconstruction of shoe structure, Reebok described on Instagram in January.

“A revolution of artistic and evolutionary proportions, the Reebok Classic Leather Decortiqué Tabi Low is an ode to history and innovation,” they wrote.

However, this opinion was not shared by the devout Facebook page Prophecy News, which compared the cut-out design to the cloven hoof of Baphomet, a goat-headed pagan deity popular among satanic cults.

A model sports a pair of the Reebok Classic Leather Decortiqué Tabi Lows, which were created in collaboration with French luxury firm Maison Margiela.

"Inspired by decortique, a deconstruction of the shoe’s core structure, the cut away leather panels create a modern cage-like form," Reebok wrote on Instagram.
“Inspired by decortique, a deconstruction of the shoe’s core structure, the cut away leather panels create a modern cage-like form,” Reebok wrote on Instagram.

A statue of Baphomet, a pagan deity worshipped in Satanic circles.
A statue of Baphomet, a pagan deity worshipped in Satanic circles.

“Reebok’s new sneakers have the Baphomet goat feet,” declared the religious org, which devotes itself to spreading “the latest prophecies from the prophets of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ during [the] last days of the face of the Earth.”

They added, “The rulers of this world show more and more openly and clearly who they worship. Make sure to open your eyes, and don’t be caught up in their rituals.”

They also included a collage juxtaposing a model sporting Reebok Classic Leather Decortiqué Tabi Lows with a Baphomet statue. Their fears were echoed by zealots in the comments with one critic writing: “Satanic no way will I ever wear those.”

Religious critics compared the shoes' bifurcated toe to the cloven hoof of Baphomet.
Religious critics compared the shoes’ bifurcated toe to the cloven hoof of the devil-adjacent deity Baphomet.
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Critics pointed out that the shoes are actually modeled after Tabi, a traditional Japanese foot covering that's been worn for centur
Some pointed out that the shoes are actually modeled after Tabi, a traditional Japanese foot covering that’s been worn for centuries.
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Needless to say, Prophecy News was subsequently crucified on social media with many critics pointing out that the cloven kicks are modeled after Tabi, a traditional Japanese shoe that’s been worn since the 15th century.

“They’re called tabi, and they’re a style of shoe that originated in Japan centuries if not millennia ago,” shot one commenter, denouncing PN’s ridiculous fashion statement. “But by all means, don’t let facts get in the way of your fear-mongering.”

Another wrote, “I didn’t get the impression it was demonic. It reminds me of traditional Japanese Tabi shoes.”

Others criticized the Facebook page for devoting all their energy to getting outraged.

“This is the funniest fear-mongering post I’ve seen in the last 4 hours,” said one commenter. “Thanks for the laugh. Hahaha. Absolutely ridiculous.”

“Satanic panic,” another person added.

"Reebok's new sneakers have the Baphomet goat feet," declared Prophecy News.
“Reebok’s new sneakers have the Baphomet goat feet,” declared Prophecy News.
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“Y’all are literally scared of everything,” another criticized, while one commenter wrote, “Living like this, seeing ‘evil’ everywhere, must be exhausting.”

This isn’t the first time a pair of shoes has been accused of promoting Satanism. Last March, Nike filed a lawsuit against MSCHF, the creative agency behind Lil Nas X’s blood-infused “Satan Shoes,” because they allegedly duped consumers into thinking the footwear giant supports devil worship.

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