Guy Fieri Talks About Flame Prints on the Latest Episode of 'Sneaker Shopping'

Revealing his sneaker obsession.

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On the latest installment of Sneaker Shopping, Guy Fieri hit Flight Club in Miami to reveal his thoughts on sneakers and clothing decorated with flames.

The food personality notes how he usually bonds with his kids over the latest sneakers and needs to buy shoes in bulk for his family. Being a huge Golden State Warriors fan, Guy also reveals how his kids have received sneakers from both Steph Curry and Kevin Durant. Moving on Guy talks about how he feels about being associated with the flame pattern that has become pervasive in streetwear.

During the shopping section of the video, Guy picked up two BAPE x adidas UltraBOOSTs, YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Zebra” and the atmos x Nike Air Max 95.

Catch Guy Fieri on the latest episode of Sneaker Shopping above.

In case you missed it, Billie Eilish reveals she doesn’t like “girl’s shoes” and Vans on Sneaker Shopping.

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