In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Geeno, and Francis are in-studio.
Are Caesar and Francis the only two people in North America who haven’t seen “The Mandalorian”? And is “distinguishment” a real word?
Depending on which pair of “Elephant” Dunk Lows you got, the quality control is, well, out of control.
People seem upset that shock drops aren’t really a shock anymore now that everyone knows when they’re dropping.
Nike is increasing their number of employees that they’re laying off at their Beaverton HQ. Some of it is streamlining their business strategy, and some of it seems to be getting rid of some bad apples and changing culture.
Of course we talked about the upcoming Air Jordan 11 Adapt. Talking about them might be as close as get to owning a pair. Will the price point help or hurt it?
There’s only one good reason to buy a sneaker, and multiple bad reasons to buy a sneaker.
Yeezys and Jordans are more alike than you think. Caesar explains.
Should Nike release the Mag in mass produced quantities?
We go over noteworthy recipients of the Footwear News Awards.
Caesar loses his mind over the unboxing video of Cardi B receiving her Reebok collaboration.
VF Corp. buys Supreme for $2.1 billion.
And finally, Jeff Staples seems to throw his support behind Warren Lotas in his court battle with Nike. Which sounds hypocritical when you remember how he sounded when Urban Necessities opened up their store in New York.