White Castle Collaborates With Puma To Release Sliders-Inspired Sneakers

Puma x White Castle Sneakers

Owning the title of being “the world’s first fast-food hamburger chain,” White Castle has never failed to win hearts. The delicious burgers they serve along with richly flavored milkshakes, no doubt people love dining here.

Over the years, White Castle has made several new developments. Be it their menu or their headquarters; nothing can compete with the level of perfection with which they do everything.

In 1921, White Castle first came to be and has been serving us their “five-cent, small, square hamburgers so easy to eat they were dubbed sliders.” These became customers’ favorite in no time.

These burgers are made using beef fat and its juices and are then steam grilled. The patties are steamed over a layer of onions. This helps in providing extra flavor to the patty and keeping its shape together.

These sliders are available in a variety of options. You can even pick the patty you want in your burger, from fish to eggs; White Castle will serve it to you and never disappoint!

The amount of hard work they put in order to satisfy their customers is something that provides several businesses and people with inspiration. Recently, White Castle has seemed to inspire Puma, and here is how.

Puma and White Castle are collaborating together to release a limited edition of sneakers that are inspired by White Castle’s sliders. These sneakers are called “the Puma x White Castle RS-X.”

These sneakers are as delicious looking as White Castle’s sliders. The sneakers have an orange, beige, green, and brown color scheme, called “mocha bisque-sunflower.” 

These sneakers also have the White Castle logo on their backside, and the detailing is immaculate. They also feature a 5 cent sign along with the slogan “What You Crave.”

Looking just like hamburgers, these sneakers are now available for sale at Puma’s website and several brand stores, like Puma, Foot Locker, etc. Each pair of these Puma x White Castle RS-X is being sold at $120.

So, head to Puma’s website or their stores nearest to you and get a pair for yourself!

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