In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Guru, Dunks, and AD are in-studio at Woodward Sports.
Nike is forever rewriting history when it comes to certain sneaker releases.
Would people like to see new colorways of the Reebok Pump?
Did Kanye make Adidas great again? Is he the greatest signature signing by a sneaker brand outside of Michael Jordan?
How important are the S. Carters in sneaker history?
Did Beyoncé help “make” Jay-Z mainstream.
With the Nike/Kobe being as popular as they are with NBA players what will they move on to once their partnership is over?
Speaking of Kobe, we discuss the reasons behind Nike walking away from giving him a lifetime shoe deal.
While what makes a sneaker dope is subjective depending on the person, are there sneakers that are universally seen as ugly?
Is it weird that some people look for others to tell them which sneakers they should buy?
Adidas and Allbirds team up to collaborate on a new sneaker silhouette that’s 100% recyclable.
Industry insiders and experts list their fears for the footwear industry post-covid.
Seems like every single sneaker brand is moving to go all in on a direct-to-consumer business model. How will this affect retail in the future?
Wal-Mart seeks to oppose Kanye’s new Yeezy logo. You’d be surprised what both brands are either already involved in, or looking to expand to.
And finally, who watches “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”. How we ended the show on this topic is beyond us…