Air Jordan 1 Center Court Receives All-Black Makeover

For simple, everyday wear.

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Jordan Brand‘s Air Jordan 1 Center Court has been given an all-black makeover, a sleek counterpart to the “White/Green” Stan Smith-look-alike seen just last week.

Compared to previous iterations, this variant comes without any perforations. Instead, it has smooth full-grain uppers for a minimal look. “AIR JORDAN” branding is sewn at the top of the suede tongue, followed by a set of tonal laces. The rest of the shoe is kept nice and clean, except for intricately woven cloud-like patterns at the heel. All of these details rest over a crisp white midsole, offering a bold contrast to the low-profile sneaker.

No official release dates have been confirmed, but the all-black Air Jordan 1 Center Court is expected to land soon on Nike’s website for $135 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at Jordan Brand’s Masters Tournament-inspired Air Jordan 4 OG colorway.

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