PUMA has been hit with a lawsuit by California burger chain In-N-Out regarding the particular version PUMA Cali-Zero "Drive Thru" sneaker, which offered out when it debutd final month.

According to NBC4 Los Angeles, In-N-Out has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit, claiming that Puma has used its logos and signature colours with out permission. In-N-Out has additionally requested to be awarded any income associated to the gross sales of the sneakers, along with unspecified damages. 

"By utilizing In-N-Out's designs and commerce costume, Puma and Cherman deliberately confused shoppers for their very own profit and have additionally created the impression that our marks and distinctive commerce costume can be found for public use," govt vice chairman of In-N-Out Burger Arnie Wensinger stated in an announcement to NBC4

The kicks in query come geared up with a clear, white leather-based higher accompanied by purple and yellow accents all through. Additionally, as seen in photographs supplied by AFEW, the Puma Cali-Zero Drive Thru comes with an additional set of palm tree lined In-N-Out laces.

In-N-Out Sues PUMA Over Popular "Drive Thru" Sneakers

(PUMA Cali-Zero Drive Thru: Image Via AFEW)