Be in the midst of off-court comfort and style with Air Jordan Centre Court

The sleek and simple style of Air Jordan 1 Centre Court stands out in the sea of Air Jordan sneakers. Since it was seen worn by The Greatest Of All Time Michael Jordan on his documentary "The Last Dance," it quickly turned the heads of many.

This kick displays a style eerily similar to other classic kicks, such as Converse Chuck Taylor, Adidas Superstar, and Adidas Stan Smith, which caused sparks among Jordan and non-Jordan fans. 

Remarkable features

This low-cut sneaker fuses the looks of two classic sports - the simplicity of tennis shoes and the Air cushioning found in many Nike basketball footwear. Behind the straightforward appeal of the Centre Court are a few interesting and unique elements:

  • On its heel is the tumbled monochromatic Wing leather that is constructed in an oversized quilted manner. This element represents Jordan's wings and "how he took flight and never looked behind."
  • Underneath the tongue of the left pair is Michael Jordan's thumbprint, while the right shoe displays his Air-ness' signature. 
  • Found on the tongue and heel tab are the suede panels with Air Jordan branding to add a premium vibe. 


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