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Fila Launches Premium Versions of the Centa and Original Tennis LX

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

FILA is excited to announce the launch two premium footwear silhouettes – the Centa and the Original Tennis LX.

The Centa is FILA’s brand new silhouette featuring rich, premium leather uppers with waxed edges and perforations. The leather FILA flag extends up around the collar of the shoe, and FILA branding on the tongue boasts hand stitch detailing on a tonal embossed patch. The Centa is offered in three colorways – White, Cream and Navy.


The Fila Original Tennis LX is born from one of FILA’s most classic silhouettes, the Original Tennis. Debuting in White, Cream and Turquoise, the Original Tennis LX brings a fresh feel to FILA’s footwear lineup. The Original Tennis LX is updated with enhanced construction and premium leather, and features an exposed medial midsole that allows for a lighter and more comfortable fit. Additional design details include embroidered appliqué logos and upgraded tooling.

Both the Fila Centa and Original Tennis LX is available now at select retailers including Fila.com. Retail price for the Centa is $180 while the Original Tennis LX will cost you $120.

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info
Fila Centa + Fila Original Tennis LX

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Fila Centa Original Tennis LX Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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