The Nike Special Field Air Force 1 Mid Triple Ivory Is Releasing Soon

The next iteration of the Nike Special Field Air Force 1 Mid will be in triple ivory and it’s a great pair for summer. Inspired by military functionality, a combination of ballistic mesh and tumbled leather make up the upper, while utility zippers at the heel add a subtle touch of contrast. Military-inspired text is seen at the sides, along with its signature canvas strap across the top, and a matching air sole completes the look altogether.

Retailing for a price tag of $160, look for the Nike Special Field Air Force 1 MidTriple Ivory at select Nike stores and online on June 30. Also, be sure to visit our Air Jordan 6 Low GS Mint Foam hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news.

DeJ Loaf – No Fear


It sounds like DeJ Loaf might have a hit for the summer with “No Fear.” Today, the Detroit artist is back with a video for the feel-good single, which is simply about wanting to be with that someone special. “None of the gossip, nothing can stop us, I wanna love you with no fears,” she sings as she makes her way beneath the desert blue skies. DeJ lives her life on the road but that doesn’t stop her from loving fearlessly.

Her debut album Liberated is coming soon.



There has been no shortage of coverage of the highly anticipated Supreme x Louis Vuitton collaboration, a project that was first revealed at Paris Fashion Week. Finally, we can report on the first confirmation of a series of pop-up shops expected to roll out in the coming weeks and months. Louis Vuitton has announced that its first Supreme pop-up shop will open in Sydney, Australia, this Friday, June 30th, and will run until July 13th. The address is listed below. Stay tuned for news on upcoming locations.

Louis Vuitton x Supreme Pop-Up
95 Roscoe Street | Map
Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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Clippers Trade Chris Paul To The Houston Rockets

The Houston Rockets have reached an agreement on a trade for LA Clippers All-Star point guard Chris Paul, sources told ESPN.

The Rockets will send Sam Dekker, Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams and a top-three protected 2018 first-round pick to the Clippers in exchange for Paul.

Paul had been planning to decline the player option on his contract and wanted to play with Rockets All-Star James Harden, according to The Vertical, which first reported the trade.

Paul met with the Clippers on Tuesday and didn’t like what he heard from the team, sources say. He informed them Tuesday night that he planned to leave in free agency if he declined his option.

The Clippers were determined get something for Paul rather than lose him for nothing, sources told ESPN, so Paul instead agreed to opt in for the final year of his contract (worth $24.2 million) to facilitate the trade.

The Rockets, needing to make another move to make the financials work before they can officially acquire Paul, are telling teams that they’ve assembled the needed pieces and the trade is headed to the league office for approval, sources told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

The Atlanta Hawks announced Wednesday afternoon they had sent forward Ryan Kelly to the Rockets in exchange for cash considerations.

Once the trade for Paul is official, Houston will try to acquire All-Star Paul George from the Indiana Pacers, sources told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.