The Fast food restaurant company is suing the sneaker maker for trademark infringement over sneakers released last month as part of collaboration between Puma and California designer Mike Cherman.
The offending sneakers are the Cali-0 Drive Thru CC and California Drive-Thru shoes, which retail for $110 and $90 respectively.
Check them out below:
The sneakers are featured on Puma’s Instagram walking through hills of burgers.
“In-N-Out Burger did not authorize Puma’s and Cherman’s intentional use of In-N-Out’s trademarks and trade dress, including color designs and palm tree logos. … Puma and Cherman intentionally confused consumers for their own benefit and have also created the impression that our marks and unique trade dress are available for public use,” Arnie Wensinger, In-N-Out’s executive vice president told Yahoo Finance.
You can’t mess with In-and-Out.
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