The Air Jordan 1 is one of the most popular sneaker models of all time, and its latest iterations are highly sought. Because of how much interest there is in the style, customers will gladly buy each new hue that is introduced. Jordan Brand, like Nike’s other high-profile sneaker lines, has access to state-of-the-art materials and sensitive soles since Nike owns the company. The answer is that Nike is Jordan Brand’s owner. Both of these ingenious minds worked together to produce a sneaker that manages to be on-trend and functional at the same time.
This year, Nike will release the Air Jordan 1 in an abundance of hues as well as collaborations with other brands; thus, it is important to clear up any misconception you may have concerning the size of the shoe. Is the Jordan 1 available in a variety of sizes, or does it come in only one?
Let’s go to the store and try on a few different pairs of Jordan shoes to see if any of them are a good fit for you.
First things first, let’s make sure we’re taking accurate measurements of your feet.
You are free to choose your own shoe size by referring to the following recommendations:
- 2 sheets of A4 paper
- A pencil
- A ruler
How to Figure Out Your Foot Size:
Using only one piece of paper and a pencil, find a wall against which you can lean your entire weight while standing up straight. Wearing the socks that you want to wear with your new shoes is recommended. Stand on the paper with your heel against the wall and secure it to the floor with tape or your own weight. The most efficient method is to have someone else trace their foot with the pencil. Once you’re happy with your outline, measure your foot from heel to big toe using a ruler. Record this value in centimeters.
Since most people have somewhat different-sized feet on each foot, you must now repeat the process. Then, use the dimensions of the bigger foot to select the correct shoe size from the accompanying chart. Always refer to the manufacturer’s size chart because sizing information might vary somewhat between brands.
If you know your exact shoe size and want to buy a certain brand, you may utilize the size tables of such companies to make a purchase. In any case, be careful! There is often a disparity in fit across styles of the same brand. This information is usually included in the product description provided by the manufacturer.
Here are some of the popular Air Jordan models, which can help you find the right size,
Nike Air Jordan 1
This is it: the original Air Jordan 1. The sizing is simple as well, as the Jordan 1 is a true-to-size sneaker. This implies that if your regular shoe size is 42, you will also need a 42 in the AJ1. Check Nike’s sizing guide to determine your precise fit.
Nike Air Jordan 4
The Air Jordan 4 is the highly successful follow-up to the Jordan III, originally released in 1989. The sneakers, like the AJ1, above, will run true to size. The AJ4 is true to size, so you may order them without worry.
Travis Scott Air Jordan 1
When compared to regular Air Force 1s and previous AF1 collaborations, Travis Scott Jordan 1 has a more TTS fit. Since the materials are more substantial, the shoe fits more snugly on the foot than regular Air Force 1s. To avoid having your toes pinched, it’s preferable to have a little bit of additional space.
Nike Air Jordan 5
Given that the Air Jordan 5 is already built for a rather wide fit, it is suggested that you go a half size down. The width ensures that the toes are not restricted in any way.
Nike Air Jordan 11
Sizing for the Air Jordan 11 model is more involved. Many individuals prefer to take a half size smaller because of the large body, however, this is not necessary. If you are unsure of your size, we recommend ordering a standard size AJ11.
Nike Air Jordan 6
Last but not least, we have the massive and wide Air Jordan 6. Thus, it is suggested that you order a half size smaller than usual. Consequently, if you have a 43, you should settle with a 42,5.