Cookie DPT and Sneaker Surge Create Cookies Inspired by Their Favorite Sneakers

The “Chunky Dunky” in cookie form.

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Cookie DPT and Sneaker Surge are celebrating the holidays with a box set of cookies that pay homage to some of the most famous sneakers.

Converted to the Sneaker DPT, the release will see the sneakers: Nike SB Dunk Low “Chunky Dunky,” Jordan 1 “Lost and Found,” Nike Kobe 6 Protro “Grinch,” Nike Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott “Reverse Mocha,” and Nike Retro Dunk Low White Black “Panda” all reinterpreted as delicious cookies.

“This concept of combining food and fashion is particularly meaningful due to my passion for both,” said Wil Fang, Founder of Cookie DPT. “We draw a lot of inspiration from streetwear and sneakers with our brand and products. This collaboration with our friends at Sneaker Surge is a testament to how food can bring different industries and cultures together. I’m beyond excited at the endless possibilities of what we can create, and I hope this is just the beginning.”

Ravine Mahtani and Serena Mahtani of Sneaker Surge comment, “If there is one thing that unites us, it’s food and an appetite for innovation. Working with Wil and his team to bring this concept to life was incredibly fun. Taking cues from every single element of a sneaker and turning them into a delicious treat is a dream come true for a sneakerhead and foodie.”

The Sneaker DPT pop-up is now open in Hong Kong for one more weekend.

SNEAKER DPT POP-UP:
L/G FOCO, 48 Cochrane Street, Central
December 16 – 18 (Friday to Sunday)
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

In other food news, Milk Bar and The Original Donut Shop unite for a slew of holiday treats.

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