In-N-Out Burger has a new ugly sweater in its merchandise shop that wishes people an Animal Style Christmas.
The garment is black with green trim. Its front depicts cartoon french fries trimming a Christmas tree in In-N-Out ornaments on a snowy night. The tree’s bows are dripping with In-N-Out spread, the condiment it puts on its hamburger buns.
The sweater is named “Spread the Love.”
Animal Style is one of the items on In-N-Out’s “not-so-secret menu” that restaurant staffs know how to prepare on request. It means extra spread and grilled onions. Animal Style Fries, one of In-N-Out’s most famous secret items, are topped with sauce, grilled onions and cheese.
The sweater costs $69.95 and comes in five sizes, from small to 2XL. It is made with poly one-sided fleece. It’s available on In-N-Out’s website. In-N-Out also has a company store at 13800 Francisquito Ave., Baldwin Park.
Qualitites are limited, the website cautions.
In-N-Out’s holiday collection features two other ugly sweaters, one with a yeti theme and one festooned with Double-Doubles.
In-N-Out also recently released its 2023 T-shirt.
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