In-N-Out’s instantly recognizable design for its takeout cups is now available on a pair of shoes.
“They’ll go a lot farther than a box of chocolates. Available in his, hers and youth.,” the social media post stated.
The laceless slip-on sneakers are covered in the burger chain’s iconic palm tree print and feature removable red insoles, according to KTLA sister station KSWB in San Diego. In-N-Out’s logo is stamped on the heel.
Last February, In-N-Out filed for a trademark infringement lawsuit against Puma North America, which released their own sneakers that allegedly ripped off In-N-Out’s logo and colors, according to LAist .