Centre, a Dallas sneaker and streetwear store, opened in Bishop Arts District, owned by ex-athletes Michael Huff and Nick Sunderman, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“Major cities have these destination independent sneaker stores that have agreements with brands such as Nike and Adidas to sell allotments of newly released shoes. If you’re in the know, you know about Undefeated in Los Angeles, RSVP Gallery in Chicago and Kith in New York.
Dallas has Centre, which just opened in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District its third local sneaker and streetwear store. The brand, which is owned by two former professional athletes — Irving native Michael Huff and Fort Worth’s Nick Sunderman — counts Dallas pro athletes among its fans including Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, who wore Centre hats in HBO’s Hard Knocks episodes.”
Centre, known for apparel and exclusive sneakers, opens in Bishop Arts. A first-time Jordan experience is featured at the new location, according to an Inside DFW article. They say,
“While Centre has designed shirts, hats, and clothing, they’re also a major supplier of collectible sneakers – from limited edition Nikes and Air Jordans to Adidas and Saucony.
Centre’s new Bishop Arts location become home to the first pair of Jordan’s Landon had ever tried on. See his full experience in the player above!”
Centre’s sales are predominantly sneakers, comprising around 70%. They offer various sneaker brands like Nike and Adidas, along with clothing. The two-story store features an event-friendly lounge, pool table, and balcony.