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Sun's out, toes out? On Thursday, Jeremy Allen White took a summery stroll in Los Angeles wearing a pair of shower shoes, a wholly unsexy silhouette that on The Bear star, looked weirdly hot.

The kicks in question are adidas' Adilette Comfort Slides, an incredibly affordable sandal you might recognize from your college days — the rubber shoe is a go-to among dorm-living undergrads who want their trips to a communal bathroom to feel somewhat sanitary.

Shower shoes aren't the most aesthetically appealing footwear option for real life, though. There's something about seeing a man's naked, often un-manicured toes that feels... icky.

But on Allen White, the low-effort shoe is suddenly sort of sexy. It's kind of his thing — even in the schlubby-est of athletic shorts and wrinkled T-shirts, White is wont to, well, look good.

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The actor — who in January, sent the Internet into a frenzy with his steamy Calvin Klein campaign — paired his adidas slides with a pair of raw-hemmed ripped jeans and an equally tattered tee (are those paint stains we see?).

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A pair of black sunglasses and a braided, leather belt added a touch of refinement to the otherwise easygoing 'fit.

White gets a hall pass for showing toe, but there are limits to pretty privilege — we won't be as forgiving if Allen White pulls a Jacob Elordi and starts traipsing around barefoot.

You'd think that with Allen White returning to his starring role in The Bear's third season, he might be stepping up his style game.

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Instead, the exact opposite. Yes... chef?

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