Cookies SF x LRG Large Jar – Green
Taylor Gang’s Berner and his Cookies clothing company have joined forces with Lifted Research Group to release a limited-edition stash jar.
The Cookies brand label is known for high quality, unique products that are a must have for any smoker. The original “Cookies Jar” is made from medical grade plastic and features a very handy plastic divider. The divider makes it easy to separate your medicine or anything else you want to store.
L-R-G is a company designed to overthrow the masses by our influence. Our slogan is simple, “underground inventive, overground effective”. At L-R-G we want to focus on the ones that are trying to pay their rent with their passions. Think of us as a support group for the independent and underground culture. We’re trying to put the spotlight where we think it really belongs, because it is much more than clothing and concepts. It is a way of living. L-R-G, innovative essence for the above average person.
About Cookies SF
Cookies SF is an inspirational clothing and accessory brand destined to spark fire within the budding fashion industry. The brainchild of Bay Area recording artist and entrepreneur Berner (Gilbert Milam), Cookies SF was first featured in Berner’s 2011 “Yoko” music video, featuring Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa and Big Krit. Since its inception as a grassroots expression of creativity, Cookies SF has grown from a small mom and pop Bay Area brand cultivated in the streets of San Francisco to a nationally recognized underground player within the world of fashion, cannabis, sports and music throughout North America.
Some of the brand’s most popular clothing items include outerwear, hoodies, crewnecks, message t-shirts, caps, beanies, socks and belts. The company’s groundbreaking accessory line features smoke essentials (e.g., storage containers, custom ashtrays, cannabis rolling trays, etc.), key chains and a variety of innovative smell proof / odorless bags (e.g., backpacks, duffel bags, laptop bags, lunch bags, etc.). A full fledge line of contemporary cut-in-sew apparel is slated for 2015 production.