FANS ONLY HAVE EYES FOR SHOES IN A DUNK CONTEST WHERE THE REAL STAR IS THE SNEAKER
Foot Locker gives the people what they want
At a dunk contest, sneaker fans only have eyes for a pair of hot kicks, never mind the athlete wearing them. The shoes glide and stomp their way down the court all by themselves in Foot Locker’s latest spot from BBDO New York.
In “We See Things Differently,” the gaze gives it away. Most courtside eyes try to follow the ball or the hands, but footwear-focused fans don’t even see the man inside the shoes. Sneaker designer Jerry Lorenzo and his son, along with sneakerhead and Lakers player Lance Stephenson, also appear in the stands.
The 30-second TV spot is directed by Andreas Nilsson via Biscuit Filmworks. It aired during the AT&T Slam Dunk Contest on TNT and was supported by experiential activations with Adidas and Puma.
CLIENT: Foot Locker
CREATIVE AGENCY: BBDO New York
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Biscuit Filmworks
DIRECTOR: Andreas Nilsson
EDIT COMPANY: Work Editorial
EDITOR: Rich Orrick
POST PRODUCTION COMPANY: Blacksmith
COLORIST: Tom Poole @ CO3
AUDIO MIX: Steve Rosen @ Sonic Union
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