Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 | Recap, Products, Deals

Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 aired on February 19, 2021 and featured Pashion Footwear, Souper Cubes, Byoot Swimwear, and Sienna Sauce. Guest shark Kenda Scott appeared on the episode alongside series regulars Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Grenier, and Barbara Corcoran. If you missed out on the episode or want to refresh your memory, here’s a Season 12 Episode 14 recap of every product pitched and deal made!

Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 Recap

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If you’re in a hurry, below you’ll find a quick summary of Episode 14.

  • Pitch 1: Pashion Footwear
    • Result: No Deal
  • Pitch 2: Souper Cubes
    • Result: $400,000 for 5% equity
  • Pitch 3: Byoot Swimwear
    • Result: $50,000 as a loan with 10% interest and 5% equity
  • Pitch 4: Sienna Sauce
    • Result: $100,000 for 20% equity

Further, if you keep reading, you’ll find a full Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 recap.

Pashion Footwear

Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 Recap

  • Entrepreneur: Haley Pavone
  • Business: High heels that can be turned into flats
  • Ask: $500,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: No Deal
  • Shark: None

The first company featured in Episode 14 was Pashion Footwear, an innovative shoe company founded by Haley Pavone. Starting the company while in college, Haley has created a shoe that can go from a high heel into a flat in a matter of seconds. She shared that the idea came to her when she was at a sorority party in college and a friend stepped on her foot in a pair of stilettos while dancing. After the heel went completely through her foot, she decided there had to be a better way, and Pashion Footwear was born.

After graduating college, Haley was able to continue to grow the company into $800,000 in sales in just over a year. However, due to a 24% return rate, the company only netted $500,000 in sales during that time. However, Haley shared that the average return rate in the footwear industry is around 20% due to sizing issues.

Further, Haley shared that all of the Pashion Footwear sales are online and that they don’t have a retail store presence. With only a few hundred thousand dollars left in the bank and a $90,000 a month burn rate, Haley said that Pashion Footwear would only make it a few more months if she didn’t leave with a deal.

However, due to the high burn rate and competitive space, only Kevin O’Leary was interested. He offered her $500,000 for 50% equity with a $5 royalty until $1 million was repaid. Despite a few negotiation attempts, Kevin was unwilling to budge and Pashion Footwear left the tank without a deal.

If you’d like to purchase a pair of shoes or learn more about the company, you can do so on the Pashion Footwear website.

Souper Cubes

  • Entrepreneur: Souper Cubes
  • Business: Cubes to freeze leftovers
  • Ask: $400,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: Lori Greiner
  • Shark: $400,000 for 5% equity

The second pitch of the night on Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 came from husband and wife team Jake and Michelle Sendowski, founders of Souper Cubes. Their company has created a product that makes storing and freezing leftovers a breeze, and incredibly easy to re-heat.

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With a sturdy silicone design, each storage tray is designed with multiple individual cubes in a variety of sizes. After it’s frozen, you can simply pop out a cube to re-heat and stick the rest back in the freezer. This helps to prevent you from having to heat up a larger serving than desired.

All the sharks were blown away with the design and creativity of the product and were even more excited with Jake and Michelle shared that it did $990,000 in sales in 2019 and had done $1.6 million in sales so far in 2020 with an estimate of $3.3  million by the end of the year. Further, each tray costs $3.80 to make and retails for $19.95.

Jake and Michelle received offers from Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, and Lori Greiner. Kevin made two separate offers, one of which was $400,000 for 15% equity and the other was $400,000 for 3% equity with a $0.40 royalty until $1 million was repaid. Barbara also made two offers: $400,000 for 10% equity or $800,000 for 20% equity.

Lastly, Lori Greiner took time to award Souper Cubes with her “Golden Ticket,” meaning it’s the best company she had seen all season. She offered them $400,000 for 5% equity, which is exactly what they asked for. Obviously, Jake and Michelle accepted her offer and Souper Cubes left the tank with a shark on its team.

Byoot Swimwear

Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 Recap

  • Entrepreneur: Elyce and Nathan Billany
  • Business: Button-up swimwear for women
  • Ask: $50,000 for 30% equity
  • Result: $50,000 as a loan with 10% interest and 5% equity
  • Shark: Kendra Scott

Elyce and Nathan Billany appeared on Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 to pitch their swimwear company, Byoot. Elyce shared that she came up with the idea for the button-up swimsuits when she and her husband were on a trip to Jamacia and she kept having to pull up her swimsuit after going to the bathroom. She thought, surely there must be a better way.

On the same trip, Elyce started sketching designs for what would eventually become Byoot Swimwear. The suits are unique because they have buttons on the side, that allows women to easily use the restroom without having to deal with the hassle of pulling up a wet swimsuit.

At the time of the pitch, Byoot Swimwear had only sold $10,000 in lifetime sales. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Elyce started doing virtual fittings and has started to see a lot of success with those. Currently, each suit costs around $30 to make and retails between $59-$120.

Despite a lack of sales, guest shark Kendra Scott was interested and offered Elyce and Nathan $50,000 as a loan with a 10% interest rate and 5% equity in the business. After thinking it over, Elyce accepted the deal and Byoot left the tank with a deal.

If you’d like to purchase a swimsuit or learn more about the company, you can do so on the Byoot Swimwear website.

Sienna Sauce

  • Entrepreneur: Tyla-Simone Crayton
  • Business: Wing sauce
  • Ask: $100,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: $100,000 for 20% equity
  • Shark: Kendra Scott

The final pitch of Shark Tank Season 12 Episode 14 came from 16-year old entrepreneur Tyla-Simone Crayton. Her company, Sienna Sauce creates and bottles “sauce that can be used on anything.” Tyla shared that it originally started as a wing sauce, but over time customers shared that they were using the sauce on all kinds of foods.

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After a quick taste test, things got down to business in the tank and Tyla shared that currently, Sienna Sauce was available in 68 retail stores and online. In terms of sales, Sienna Sauce had done $255,000 in lifetime sales, with $171,000 in sales over the last 12 months.

The enjoyable taste test and strong sales were enough to interest Kendra Scott, who offered Tyla $100,000 for 20% equity in Sienna Sauce. After talking it over with her mom, Tyla accepted the deal.

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