Puma’s Latest Sneaker Looks Like a Tribute to In-N-Out Burger

Puma is taking its latest sneaker release to the West Coast with the special Cali-O Drive Thru shoe that’s sure to make any sneaker fan hungry.

A reinterpretation of the classic California silhouette from the ’80s, the kicks are executed in a clean white leather upper that’s paired with contrasting red and yellow accents on the sock lining, which draws inspiration from the state’s popular burger chains like In-N-Out Burger. Adding to the theme are palm tree-patterned laces that are included with the sneakers. The classic Puma Cali branding is featured in red alongside the signature Formstripe both found on the lateral side, with more of the eye-catching red and yellow tones seen on the tongue and heel tab. The upper sits atop a red striped rubber midsole.

Puma Cali-O Drive Thru
The top view of the Puma Cali-O Drive Thru.
CREDIT: Puma

Though the sneaker draws heavy inspiration from In-N-Out’s color palette, the brand has not indicated that this pair is a collaboration with the restaurant. Fans can pick up the Puma Cali-O Drive Thru on Puma.com and at select Puma retailers; the shoes cost $120.

In-N-Out Burger and fries, Los Angeles, CAMalibu, California, America - Jan 2016
In-N-Out burgers and fries.
CREDIT: Erik Pendzich/Shutterstock
Puma Cali-O Drive Thru
The medial side of the Puma Cali-O Drive Thru.
CREDIT: Puma

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