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Beijing's SOULGOODS is Getting Its Own Nike SB Dunk High Collaboration


Adam Cheung
September 12, 2022

From Beijing to the world.

After teaming up with Converse last summer for a Jack Purcell and Chuck 70 collaboration, Beijing-based streetwear label SOULGOODS now has its sights set on the All Star brand's parent company. Rumors of the SOULGOODS x Nike SB Dunk High have been making rounds over the past few weeks, and now, we're get up close and personal with the hotly-anticipated collaboration.

Image credits: Private Selection

Unveiled by Dallas' Private Selection, Yue Wu's take on the iconic skate sneaker is dipped in a military green hue. The Swoosh on the side panels is elevated with 3M outlining, and the brand's signature Soul Tiger features on the heel and tongue, the latter of which is decorated with a trippy checkerboard pattern. The lacing system is done up in all-black, and this is complemented by a stealthy midsole underfoot too.

Of course, one of the best features about this SB Dunk High is the text that's embroidered on the inside heel. Reading "From Beijing to the world," it showcases how big the streetwear game is getting over in China. When you think of Asian capitals that are known for their style, you'd probably have Manila, Seoul, or Tokyo in mind. With that said, you could be adding Beijing to that list very soon.

Image credits: Private Selection

Official release information has yet to be announced for the SOULGOODS x Nike SB Dunk High, so keep it locked right here on Ox Street for the latest updates! While you're here, you might as well check out all the Nike Dunks that we have to offer!

Image credits: Private Selection
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.