Model: Free TR Flyknit 3
Key Features: The multi-textile, technical shoe mixes strap closures with a lacing system, with a leather collar and zip detailing on the sock liner. The black upper is encased both atop and within a Vibram sole, with subtle branding in white text near the arch.
Release Date: The collection pre-released on January 19 with a wider release following on February 7, but in case you missed those drops, the collection has now arrived on the Nike site.
Price: The sneakers cost $325, while the apparel ranges in price from $30 to $500.
Editor’s Notes: The Matthew Williams x Nike collection has arrived on the Nike site, giving you another chance to cop.
The trail-inspired sneaker, the women’s Free TR Flyknit 3, was first debuted in Paris last year. Williams’ effort ticks numerous boxes in terms of current trends. The shoe is hefty in size, highly technical, with trail-inspired elements and a Vibram outsole.
Alongside the sneakers comes an apparel collection, which includes a utility vest, a full camo bodysuit, and a fleece jacket. Via Nike, the collection’s theme focuses on how data reveals things that are normally unseen, and utilizing a camouflage motif since it derives from nature, and with data, Williams was able to play with hidden-in-plain-sight natural shapes to create a new patterned motif. “For this collection, we used computational algorithms to create the camouflage pattern,” he explained.
Browse a selection of the release and head to Nike to shop the full drop.
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