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Nike SuperRep Go 3 Next Nature Flyknit Premium

Women's Training Shoes

RM 489

When the intensity turns up, whether you're in a packed studio full of fellow aerobic alphas or in your living room bouncing between furniture and high-rep burpees, go with the trainer that can help fulfil your personal gains. See the speckles on the outsole? That means it's constructed with at least 10% Nike Grind material, made from scraps from the footwear manufacturing process.

  • Colour Shown: Dark Smoke Grey/Olive Grey/Purple Smoke/Metallic Copper
  • Style: DQ4679-001

Free Delivery and Returns

Your order of RM 400 or more gets free standard delivery.


  • Standard delivered 2-6 Business Days
  • Express delivered 2-4 Business Days

Orders are processed and delivered Monday-Friday (excluding public holidays)


Nike Members enjoy free returns. Exclusions apply.

How This Was Made

  • This product was responsibly designed utilising recycled materials from post-consumer and/or post-manufactured waste. One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product's footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions. Our goal is to use as many recycled materials as possible without compromising on performance, durability and style.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (3)

4.3 Stars

  • Love them

    MrsH - 09 Jan 2023

    I love the neutral colours, style and fit. Really comfortable for day to day wear and workouts.

  • Average trainers

    Rach - 04 Jan 2023

    Look good but no support very flimsy quite a bad design for the price

  • Love the style and comfort fit

    Steph - 19 Dec 2022

    Bought recently and they’re very light weight so best for training purposes and not fashion though I think they’re very atylish