In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Geeno, Dunks, and Serena are in-studio with Caesar’s cousin Chene sitting in as a special guest.
Let it be known that Geeno is habitually out of pocket. That’s it. There’s nothing else to add to that.
We try to cop the new Nike Kyrie 6 that shock dropped on the SNKRS app during the show. Geeno is able to score a pair, but accidentally chooses the wrong size.
Dunks doesn’t agree with this week’s Fab 5 Sneaker Releases from the Previous Week.
Chene tells a few embarrassing stories about Caesar.
We give our thoughts on this year’s Nike X Doernbecher Collection.
One of our listeners calls in via our voice mail to ask which Air Jordan 11 do we think will release during 2020’s holiday season.
Adidas is leaving earth. Apparently there are hypebeast in space. At at the International Space Station. The 3 Stripes will be doing some R & D, with their Boost tech in particular, making them the first footwear brand to product test off of the planet.
Nike creates a sneaker exclusively for nurses, doctors, and other medical workers. We wonder when resellers will catch wind of it, and how much they’ll try to flip them for?
Nike is catching heat for making their products too good. You heard that right. The IAAF specifically has a problem with Nike’s ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT, feeling as if it gives athletes too much of a competitive advantage against their predecessors and their records.
Reebok finally gets rid of their Delta logo. While the logo will still appear on their CrossFit and UFC products, the fact that undoing a bad decision is considered newsworthy for Reebok tells you all you need to know about the current state of the brand.
And finally, some guy allegedly had $30k worth of sneakers and apparel stolen from his car at a Sneaker Con event. A bit of advice, if you’re going to try to hide something valuable in the back seat of your car, without peaking people’s interest, do more than just cover said valuables with a sheet.