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Why you need the MMW x Nike Free TR Flyknit 3 sneakers



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Find out when and where you can get your hands on the fresh colourways in the latest collaboration.

Global sportswear giant Nike has just revealed its latest collaborative project. This isn't the first time Matthew Williams has decided to work with Nike. The founder of fellow fashion label ALYX is debuting the Nike Free TR Flyknit 3 silhouette in two statement colourways. The team has added another partnership into the mix – the popular sole manufacturer Vibram has created the unique detachable sections.

Matthew Williams said: "This shoe embodies the multi-functionality of our modern urban existence. We are proud to have collaborated with Vibram on the detachable crampon rubber sole, which allows for the shoe to be used as a minimal trainer inside of a gym or as a resilient boot on city streets or park trails."

The limited-edition Nike Free TR Flyknit 3 is a combination of gym meets street. The sneakers are available in an all-black and an all-white colourway and we are obsessed. It's formed with a high-top sock-inspired design that everybody knows and loves – it was made famous by none other than Balenciaga. You can see the famous Nike "swoosh" loud and proud on the shoe, also featuring upper overlays and a tonal rubber trim running throughout. If you look close enough, you can also spot Matthew Williams' famous text branding on the side of the shoe.

What makes this sneaker so special? Thanks to Vibram, the shoe features a crampon-style detachable treaded rubber overlay. It comes with adjustable Velcro straps, so you can style the sneaker with or without the chunky addition.


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When and where to buy the MMW x Nike Free TR Flyknit 3 sneakers

The shoes are available right now on SSENSE – you can purchase the all-black colourway here or the all-white colourway here. If you are looking to shop Nike shoes in general, we recommend checking out the following retailers:

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