Last month, Wale popped up with his “Colombia Heights (Te Llamo)” music video, serving as the next effort from his previously released SHINE album. Well, the DMV rapper needs a break from the street life and wants to spend time with some ladies. Here, he heads to a secluded mansion for his new music video “Fine Girl.” With guest features from Nigerian rappers Olamide and Davido, take a look at the new visual above.
As far as the NBA is concerned, right now, it’s the Golden State Warriors world and we’re all just living in it. The Dubs are running shit in the league and their championship window might be open for the next 3-5 years. Kevin Durant is a big part of why, but his move from the Oklahoma City Thunder to Oakland has come with nothing but criticism.
In talking to Cari Champion in a SC Conversation, KD looks back at his championship run with the Warriors and talks about all the work he put in to make it happen. Even with all the haters saying he made the easy move, he says it pisses him off when they discredit the work that he put in all season. He also talked about that Russell Westbrookshoutout after he won his MVP Award this season and took a shot at the media by saying he can’t let his relationship with him sour because of the “beef” people tried to create.
You can listen to that and more in the clip up top.
The NikeWomen design team asked athletes what makes a sports bra good? The response was unanimous: Women want a bra that provides total support for a variety of activities and one that keeps them cool and dry without sacrificing comfort. They also want it to look as good as it feels. Introducing the first ever Nike Flyknit Bra.
Nike Flyknit technology excells in holdingo shape while facilitating precise zones of greater or less support and breathability. The NikeWomen design team had no doubt that this method of construction would be Nike’s sports bra game changer. “Nike Flyknit allows us to be incredibly precise in a single layer,” says Nichol. The technology enables designers to engineer every stitch for specific performance benefits.
“The goal of the Nike FE/NOM Flyknit Bra was maximum support and comfort that would allow women to feel and look amazing while doing anything they choose,” explains Nicole Rendone, Senior Bra Innovation Designer. “We prioritized support, breathability and cooling in essential zones.”
The bra is constructed with an ultra-soft nylon-spandex yarn that form fits to your body, using two single-layer panels that are assembled for a seamless feel. This Flyknit process also enabled designers to combine encapsulation (which have separate cups for each breast) with compression (which holds the breasts close to the body), offering the best of shape, support and comfort without the addition of components like wires, pads, stabilizers and elastics.
The result is a significant reduction in materials and seams: The Nike FE/NOM Flyknit Bra has two panels and a binding (other high-support Nike bras can have up to 41 pieces and 22 seams) and is 30-percent lighter than any other bra in Nike’s line.
The Nike FE/NOM Flyknit Bra launches July 12 exclusively on Nike+ for 48 hours. Then, the bra will be available on nike.com. All other bra styles shown above are available now.
Known as the NikeLab Sock Dart Loopwheeler, this sneaker features an Indigo blue knitted upper with a grey fleece inner bootie and heel. The signature midfoot strap has also been done in blue along with the toe cap and heel. Finishing details include a Vachetta Tan tongue tab with a debossed Loopwheeler logo, a white sole unit, and an accompanying cotton drawstring bag printed with Loopwheeler and Nike logos.
The NikeLab Sock Dart Loopwheeler will release July 16th on nike.com and at NikeLab MA5 in Tokyo and at the Loopwheeler stores in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.
The Nike Air VaporMax Explorer Dark features a College Navy Flyknit upper inspired by the gritty texture of faraway planets. The bronze Swoosh on the side panels references deep-sea diving helmets that opened up underwater frontiers. Down below the shoe is finished off with a translucent blacked out full-length Air Max unit.
Look for the Nike Air VaporMax Explorer Dark to release on August 3rd 2017 for $190.
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.