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A Closer Look at the Fly Streetwear x Nike SB Dunk Low


Adam Cheung
October 29, 2022

Made in collaboration with the Shanghai-based boutique.

Over the past two years, the SB Dunk has completely dominated the sneaker industry. While the legendary skate silhouette has been around for close to two decades, hype for it didn't shoot up until around 2020 when the Oregon sportswear giant decided to go all out, releasing coveted collaborations with the likes of Ben & Jerry's, StrangeLove Skateboards, and of course, Travis Scott. Just in case you were wondering, it doesn't look like this popularity will be dying out anytime soon we get a closer look as some upcoming pairs, such as the Fly Streetwear x Nike SB Dunk Low, which has just been revealed.

Image credits: masterchefian

Made in collaboration with the Shanghai-based boutique, this special edition Dunk pays tribute to the traditional Chinese game of jianzi. Working on top of a crisp white tumbled leather base, it's overlaid by royal blue suede panels throughout for a premium look and feel. To the sidewalls you'll find the iconic Nike Swoosh logo, but this has been reworked to resemble weighted shuttlecock that's used in the playground activity. Other cool details include the graphic embroidery on the heel, neon green accents on the back badge, as well as thick rope laces. To round it all off, Fly Streetwear spreads words of luck and love on the insoles, finalizing the design.

Image credits: masterchefian

Expected to release in early 2023, the Fly Streetwear x Nike SB Dunk Low will no doubt be one of the most hyped Dunk collabs of next year, so keep it locked at Ox Street for your best chance to grab a pair. While you're here, be sure to check out all the Nike SB Dunk colorways that we have on offer.

Fly Streetwear x Nike SB Dunk Low
Image credits: masterchefian
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and streetwear. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.