This is not a show about sneakers. It’s a show about sneaker culture. Fitting in. And belonging to something bigger than yourself. Best of all? Lena Waithe is in it. All episodes streaming now.Download NowDownload Now
Herself, Executive Producer
Basketball Legend (As Himself)
Comedian (As Himself)
Musician - Historian (As Himself)
Fashion Designer (As Himself)
Hip-Hop Artist (As Himself)
Billie Jean King
Tennis Legend - Activist
Basketball Legend (As Herself)
Fashion. Science. Sport. Sneakers embody every aspect of our culture. That’s what gives them so much power.
A good look at the GOAT. See how Nike, Michael, and Air Jordans took over the world. And your closet.
Adidas. Run DMC. And hip-hop. How three little stripes changed the landscape of sneaker culture forever.
Lena leans in with Aleali May. How corduroy, black femininity, and a collab with Nike made history.
Collaborations are the new way. Lena syncs with Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss for a look at the impact of third party brands.
Sneaker addiction is real. The feeling. The connection. The link to your identity. Lena explores the psychology behind all the shoes we buy.
Jeff Staple’s Nike Pigeon Dunk caused a full-on frenzy. Lena examines how a limited release changed sneaker history.
Reselling. It’s all part of the sneaker selling game. Lena examines the insane money-making opportunity behind flipping.
The Block. A whole new brand of reselling. Lena looks into the people and the hustle behind selling on the streets.
Sneaker culture is dominated by men but, Candace Parker, Billie Jean King and Leo Baker, show the time for new voices is now.
Jazerai Allen-Lord’s first Reebok collab is about to change her life and Lena mentors her through this emotional experience.
Sneakers are more than just fashion for our feet. They’re a statement that has the power to make the world a better place.