Italian shoemaker Golden Goose is getting dragged for selling a pair of tattered sneakers for $530.

The tan tennis shoes look like someone put them on and literally kicked rocks. They have built-in dirt and a large piece of tape across the toe for authenticity.

A Nordstrom listing described the shoes as “crumply, hold-it-all-together tape details a distressed leather sneaker in a retro low profile with a signature sidewall star and a grungy rubber cupsole.”

The shoes drew the ire of several people who accused them of profiting off of poverty.

Glorifying poverty or making a mockery of poverty, can't decide. #fashionstyle
#GoldenGoose
pic.twitter.com/k8mxvchw4n

— Kumar Manish (@kumarmanish9) September 20, 2018

Others don't see the big deal and noted this is on-brand for the company. 

This isn’t the first time the brand has received this type of criticism.

In 2016, they released a pair of pink sneakers that were equally tattered and had frayed shoe strings. The shoes retailed for $585, according to Footwear News.

Golden Goose has not responded to the backlash.

Now, check these out:

These 15 Tweets Prove Just How Hard In The Paint Black People Are About To Go For Nike

What About The Women In Sneaker Culture?

Check ‘Yes’ For Nike: How The Company Is Securing Its Trust (And The Bag) With Customers