In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Geeno, and Dunks are in-studio.
Apparently Dunks doesn’t agree with Adidas in that “Girls Are Awesome”.
We bring back our “Price Is Hype” segment. Dunks exerts his dominance over Geeno.
Will Nike ever take their “BHM” Collection seriously?
We’re waiting to see who copies our Sneaker Review Reviews first.
Do people know the difference between Dunks and SB Dunks?
Foot Locker signs Melody Ehsanin as their creative director of their women’s category. She’s more than deserving of the position, but it does seem as if opportunities like that aren’t afforded to other creative people just because they don’t have the name recognition.
Adidas formally announces that they’re trying to dump Reebok. The part that gets us is that after all Adidas did to cut Reebok’s legs from underneath them they have the audacity to be indignant at Reebok’s current market value.
David Beckham is developing a documentary that isn’t about the Air Jordan 1. It will tell the tale of the rivalry between the Dassler Brothers and the formation of Adidas and PUMA.
And finally, we dive even further into the sh*t show that is and was the Ann Herbert/ West Coast Streetwear controversy at Nike. Bottom line, the Swoosh owes us answers.