In-N-Out Is Selling Sneakers — For Real This Time

A pair of In-N-Out's Drink Cup Shoes. (Courtesy of In-N-Out)

Remember when Puma tried to sell those faux In-N-Out sneakers that weren't actually sanctioned by In-N-Out? Yeah... that didn't go so well.

Now, the SoCal-based fast food company has released a legit branded sneaker and it's a slip-on instead of a lace-up.

A pair of In-N-Out's Drink Cup Shoes. (Courtesy of In-N-Out)

The Drink Cup Shoes, which retail for $64.95 on In-N-Out's site, are described on the company's site as a "classic and cool" polycanvas slip-on with a rubber outsole. They feature In-N-Out's "iconic drink cup design" and "are finished with our logo on the heel and red removable insoles with our logo printed in white."

Translation: They look like a pair of white Vans slip-ons with a bunch of red squiggles and palm trees on the front, a red ring near the base and the In-N-Out logo at the heel. And yes, we would wear them. In fact, we will definitely need a pair to test, strictly for research purposes, of course.

A pair of In-N-Out's Drink Cup Shoes. (Courtesy of In-N-Out)

PS - No, this won't make In-N-Out's fries taste any better.