In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Geeno, Guru, and Dunks are in-studio.
We celebrate Air Max Day along with the rest of the sneaker community, but did it seem lackluster compared to previous years?
Caesar scores a pair of the “NY Taxi” Air Max 95s while doing the show.
With the release of the Adidas Yeezy Foam Runners can we ask finally agree/admit that people will buy ANYTHING? The worse part is that the brands know it.
We check our voicemail hotline and address the comments and questions.
Is there anything Under Armour can do to be relevant again?
Which jerseys would you like to see Mitchell & Ness bring back?
Gucci has released its cheapest sneaker ever. Unfortunately, it’s only available to wear virtually and online.
Dunks has spent a pretty penny on a few NFTs. Let’s hope they end up as valuable in the future as he thinks it will.
Sotheby’s partnered with English Sole to sell some of the rarest sneakers the world has ever seen. All in all, the collection is expected to fetch around $800K.
Nightwing 2303, co-founder of Weartesters, joins the show. We discuss everything that’s wrong with the sneaker industry, including the recent drama surrounding the Swoosh and how they can rebuild the bridge between the brand and the sneaker community.
And finally, we bring back our “Rock, Ball, or Bury” segment featuring Nightwing. He picks his favorite releases–based on design, performance, and disappointment–from the month of March.