In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Guru, Dunks, and, making his first appearance of the year–literally–Francis are all in-studio.
Sugar belongs in spaghetti, but NOT in rice or grits. This is our last time addressing this issue.
Adidas recently reintroduced their Confirm app, upgraded with all the newest bells and whistles. You can get limited drops like Sean Wotherspoon X Superstars, along with exclusive content from the 3 Stripes. Let’s just all hope we don’t get as many “L’s” as we get on the SNKRS app.
Did Nike completely drop the ball with last week’s “Mamba Week” Kobe Protro 5 releases?
Complex is coming out with a virtual Complex Con called “Complexland” AND they’re releasing a show on Netflix called “Sneakerheads”. Which one will be more wack?
What was the single moment in sneaker history where the hype took a turn for the worse in the sneaker community? We think we pegged it down.
Why do people care if the sneaker they bought sold out after the fact?
Jordan Brand is releasing college PEs. Kind of. They’re PEs minus the college logos. With Nike Basketball releasing Lebron 7 PEs, shouldn’t Jordan Brand follow suit?
Apparently, at least according to Dunks, Shopify has the worse bot defense. So if you’re going through them to cop a hot release, good luck.
StockX says that collabs are what make certain sneakers hot.
We discuss the Under Armour Kyrie 4s, we mean, the Embiid 1s. Even more perplexing than obvious design theft is the inaugural colorway of this shoe.
We give our thoughts on the Air Jordan XXX5.
And finally, based on last episode’s Skechers story, Caesar reads some Google 1 Star Store Reviews of Skechers stores in Oklahoma, Michigan, and Tennessee.