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On episode 36, we discuss the recently announced Zion Williamson and Jordan Brand partnership. The $75 million/5-Year deal is unprecedented but at the same time, on the low side? We also discuss the keys to success for the partnership to work.
Sotheby’s recently sold 100 pairs of sneakers, one of which, became the highest-selling sneaker of all time. The auction seems absurd but signifies a huge shift in how sneakers are viewed, and that could mean your own collection just went up in value.
Links for this episode:
Sotheby’s Is Selling Sneakers Like Fine Art: https://fave.co/2MegW5H
Zion Williamson’s Jordan Brand Deal: https://fave.co/2KjgYXx
LA Clippers New Stadium in the works: https://fave.co/2K9EVA7
Nike’s Joyride cushioning looks a lot like PUMA’s NRGY technology: https://fave.co/2K6Hi6T
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Nick Engvall is a sneaker enthusiast with nearly 15 years of experience in the footwear business. He has written for publications such as Complex, Sole Collector and Sneaker News. Helped companies like Eastbay, Finish Line, Foot Locker, and StockX better connect with their consumers. He’s an avid San Francisco Giants fan, Allen Iverson fan, and owns way too many sneakers for his own good.