In Episode 311 of TSB, Caesar and Guru are in-studio.
We look back at what was the “Cool Grey” Air Jordan 11 release. Somehow Caesar was surprised by the hype.
Is it fair to compare a sneakers release numbers and impact when the production numbers are manufactured nowadays to inflate hype?
Foot Locker launched their new reservation system to combat the problem of bots.
Who rocked their Js better? Will Smith on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” or Kadeem Hardison on “A Different World”?
Is Enes Kanter Freedom’s 15 minutes of fame up already?
The IRS is coming after sneaker resellers. Kind of. Any money made from sneakers, that exceeds $600, has to now be reported by the platform you sold it on to the federal government.
Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown is looking for “the brand of the future” in which to sign a shoe deal with.
Can the basketball category in sneakers ever recover to the level it once was in the 90s and early 2000s?
Why did New Balance give Rich Paul a sneaker to collab on?
VANS is suing Wal-Mart for making copycat versions of their cheaper sneakers.
And finally, we discuss the fallout over the now canceled Travis Scott collabs.