TSB Podcast: Episode 248 – eBay is looking to regain it’s resell crown

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In this episode of TSB, Caesar, Geeno, Dunks, and Sarena are in-studio.

Caesar gives an update on our Sneaker Royal Rumble being held on Instagram.

Caesar breaks his own rule by stating that, despite them being Pink, he would wear Aleali May’s Air Jordan 6.

Jonah Hill, yes, Jonah Hill has joined the 3 stripes. Why and how? We’re still trying to figure it out ourselves. Apparently Adidas Originals thinks he’s going to move the needle.

Beyonce just dropped her Ivy Park collab with Adidas. Overall, it seems like an initial success. But we can’t help but wonder why it felt like the response was low within the ladies side of things in the sneaker community.

Name ONE dope Stella McCartney collab. Just one.

EBay is looking to regain it’s resell crown, GOAT seems like they’re leading the pack with innovative and fresh ideas. Who will ultimately win the battle of the sneaker resell marketplace?

We’re collectively awaiting the inevitable disappointment of this year’s BHM collection from every one of the brands. Will they ever listen or get it right?

Target is looking to challenge Nike and Under Armour in both athlesieure and sportswear apparel. They believe that not only will they compete, but that they’ll establish a billion dollar brand within the first year. What are their chances?

Nike is literally giving their competition a RUN for their money with their new Vaporfly Next%. The shoes are allegedly so good that they’re being banned from certain competitions.

Rick Pitino has finally reached a settlement with Adidas over the NCAA basketball scandal from a few years ago that got him fired from Louisville.

And finally, in This Week In Stupid, one of the country’s most notorious gangsters from the 1920s and 30s is still committing crimes from the grave, attempting to steal a pair of shoes at knife-point.

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