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Nike Elephant Shoe Revealed: SEE PHOTOS of Largest Sneaker Ever Made, Gigantic Animal Suffers From Arthritis in Leg

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The Nike elephant shoe everyone is talking about is starting to go viral after Nike unveiled the largest sneaker they ever created.

According to The Epoch Times, Nike's public relations director Heidi Burgett tweeted two photos of the Nike elephant shoe encased behind glass. It was designed for an elephant that had one leg shorter than the others.

"Biggest shoe Nike ever made was for an elephant that had 1 leg shorter than the others. Nike fitted him w/ lifts," Burgett tweeted on April 4.

The second photo was captioned, "@solecollector @pridv The pink remnants you see are the beat-up swoosh; more visible from this angle."

 

Nike elephant shoe from the back.
Nike elephant shoe from the back.

The Daily Mail reported that the Nike elephant show is made out of leather and designed to look like elephant skin. It features stylish white buckles on the heel, grey shoelaces, and remnants of baby pink trademark Nike swooshes on the sides.

 

 

Who knew elephants wear Nike shoes?
Who knew elephants wear Nike shoes?

Instagram user "Joelpdx" said that it was made for "Bandula the elephant," adding that she was developing arthritis in the leg.

 

"Largest Nike ever made for Bandula the elephant. She had one leg shorter than the other and was developing arthritis. #nike #igsneakercommunity," Joel Colley captioned on his photo. [SEE PIC HERE]

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