Matthew Williams, founder of 1017 ALYX 9SM, first shared images of his debut Nike sneaker back in June. The technical runner, which debuted at Paris Fashion Week, has been dubbed the S19-NIKE-MMW sneaker and was originally rumored to get a release sometime in July.

Now, the ALYX designer has shared another look at his Nike sneaker. This time, though, the images shared are process photos highlighting the prototype of the modular Vibram outsole utilized on the sneaker.

The series of three images shows a white crampon-style outsole in contrast to the black technical runner. Various straps attach the Vibram-branded outsole to the sneaker in a manner similar to Sankuanz sandals.

Having missed that rumored July drop date, release information is still lacking. We'll keep you updated on Williams' Nike S19-NIKE-MMW as more information appears.

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