From the OG Air Jordan 1 “Neutral Grey” to the Air Jordan 6 “Infrared”, most of the OGs for Jordan Brand are simple in nature. Modern classics are hard to come by — but when they do, it’s often thanks to its simplicity. The Air Jordan 1 has many modern favorites, some of which are more astounding than others. Simple colorways like the straight-up Sail release’s popularity stunned the mind and 2015’s Cyber Monday being another. We often wonder about why we haven’t seen any more of the simply-blocked Cyber Monday colorways. Air Jordan 3 followed the One in 2016 but since then, nothing. It’s a odd one seeing each release has substantial admiration and great versatility. Possibly, it’s just too simple for the modern market , but it’s an agreeable point that any Air Jordan could carry off the black leather upper/white sole unit combo incredibly. Just like this Air Jordan 1 Centre Court “Cyber Monday” that is arriving in a true-to-theme silhouette and colorway.
In this silhouette, everything above the sole unit arrives murdered out, with everything below the upper popping in crisp white like the other Air Jordans. A simple yet versatile sneaker it makes a perfect contrast. The leather uppers arrive tumbled which is a perceptible difference from the aforesaid which flaunt a smooth buttery finish. The Centre Court also comes with suede tongues and heel overlays which is of course, a signature of the design. Branding is left tonal as well with debossing at the tongue and heel, and tonal black glaze on the tongue inners. Completing the Cyber Monday aesthetic underfoot is a pure white sole unit.
The Air Jordan 1 Centre Court “Cyber Monday” is set to release later in 2021 on Nike’s official website priced at $135USD.
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