In-N-Out Burger’s 2024 T-shirt has gone on sale online and in restaurants.
The black garment comes from the chain’s 75th anniversary collection, which debuted Sunday, Oct. 22, at a 12-hour festival at the In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip.
“This one is very special to me — we went through over 40 versions of this design to get it just right for our customers,” owner and president Lynsi Snyder said in a statement. “I wanted to make sure this shirt captured many of the pieces that have made up In-N-Out Burger throughout our 75 years.”
Snyder is the granddaughter of owners Harry and Esther Snyder, who opened the first In-N-Out drive-thru in Baldwin Park on Oct. 22, 1948.
She has worked with artists designing the collector shirts since 2002, according to the company, which is now based in Irvine.
The front of the T-shirt features the In-N-Out sign with its yellow arrow. On the back, the arrow becomes a photo collage of the Snyder family and In-N-Out associates through the decades. The artist was Kyrie Woodring, according to In-N-Out’s website.
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The shirt is made of pre-shrunk cotton and comes in sizes from small to 3XL. The cost is $19.48.
In-N-Out created about 40 commemorative items for the Company Store at its anniversary celebration. Seventeen are currently available at the In-N-Out website, including shirts, socks, jackets, backpacks, tumblers and license plate frames. A new anniversary website, ino75th.com, links to the collection.
The chain’s 2023 T-shirt, “Quality and Speed,” remains available. It was initially offered in black, but In-N-Out later added a white version.