In this episode of TSB, Caesar and Dunks are in-studio.
Is it just us, or do things seem slow in sneaker right now?
It doesn’t feel like we’ve received that many colorways of the Air Jordan XXX6. Why?
Caesar thinks NFTs are dumb. Dunks tries his best to convince him otherwise.
Why are big brands scared to think outside the box?
So Nike is suing StockX for selling NFTs of their trademark sneakers. But some legal experts feel like StockX might have a case to win.
Does it feel like the hype and momentum behind Adidas’ signing of Jerry Lorenzo has wavered? Can he still bring life to Adidas Basketball?
Most sneaker releases feel basic. Are we giving paid designers and collaborators too much credit and leeway?
Caesar explains why he has to be negative sometimes.
Is Jordan Brand running out of ideas for their Air Jordan 11 holiday releases?
Reebok to layoff 150 employees. However, they say that they will give their creative teams more freedom to be creative.
In This Week In Stupid, a Foot Locker manager in Brampton, Canada posted a video of himself jacking off into sneakers they had in stock. Once Foot Locker found out they told him to beat it.
Under Armour is closing their store in downtown Detroit. We’re actually surprised it lasted as long as it did.
And lastly, a woman in at a Memphis DHL warehouse was arrested after she was caught stealing $60,000 worth of Nike products.