A Closer Look at the Unreleased Jordan Model from “The Last Dance”

The highly anticipated docu-series on the 1997-1998 Chicago Bulls came to an end last night. Throughout the past handful of weekends, we’ve compiled a list of every shoe worn throughout “The Last Dance” (which you can view here).

The ESPN documentary gave us a glimpse of everything surrounding the team. Dennis Rodman’s wild antics. Michael Jordan’s relationship with his teammates (shoutout to Scott Burrell and Steve Kerr’s eye). We even got to learn more about Phil Jackson and the only good run he had with the New York Knicks.

The series also gave us a glimpse at an unreleased Jordan model. The shoe made its appearance in Episode 1 as well as Episode 10 as a way to bookmark “The Last Dance,” the best way Jordan knows how — the shoes.

Following confirmation from the Jordan Brand and a gifted version of the pair, we get a closer look at the Jordan Centre Court. The low-top sneaker dressed in all-white features premium leather with intricate details for a luxurious look. The iconic Wings logo inspires the heel of this pair. The “Air Jordan” lettering lands on the tongue with an arch-like design for a change of pace from most Jordan models.

We probably won’t ever see this pair hit the marketplace any time soon, so don’t hold your breath on these. Take a look at the pair as worn by his Airness and CLOT founder Edison Chen.

Michael Jordan in the Jordan Centre Court (via Jordan Brand)
Jordan Centre Court gifted to CLOT’s Edison Chen

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