The latest addition to In-N-Out Burger's merch line are "Drink Cup Shoes," slip-on sneakers decorated with their red-and-white beverage cup art.
The announcement was made Tuesday by the Southern California-based fast food chain on Instagram:
If you were curious, there's no indication that Bible verse John 3:16 has been printed on the shoes, as it is on their soda cups.
Get a pair for $64.95 at the In-N-Out Burger Company Store.
(Soap Plant WACKO)
image via In-N-Out Burger Company Store
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