In this episode of TSB, Francis, Geeno, Guru, Sarena, Dunks, and eventually, Caesar are in-studio.
We briefly touch on how Ronnie Fieg got started.
We read some of our negative reviews on iTunes and “happily” accept the constructive feedback.
We look back on our show’s history, from road trips to opportunities to work with brands. It’s been a hell of a run.
In honor of the “Red Carpet” LeBron 17, we try to come up with a list of some of the best all red sneakers of all time.
The Pensole Academy has partnered up with Champs Sports to create a pipeline to a career in sneaker design for high school students.
People are to paying $400+ to pre-order the upcoming “Playoff” Air Jordan 11s. With 2.9 million pairs produced, why are people so willing to throw away their money?
Dunks wants more time on the show dedicated strictly to Yeezy talk. Nope.
Adidas is closing their factories in the U.S. and Germany. This comes after they claimed they were going to make more product in the U.S. a few years ago. The closures seem to be only impacting their Speedfactory facilities. That’s another Kanye promise he’s failed to deliver on.
And finally, Nike calls it quits with Amazon. The only reason the Swoosh partnered up with Jeff Bezos’ empire was because they thought they could control fakes, and third party resellers, on their platform. Now that they realize they can’t, Nike is leaving Amazon to focus more on selling DTC.