What size Air Jordan do I need?

Choosing the right size for your Air Jordan sneakers is essential for a comfortable fit and optimal performance. With different models and releases, it's important to understand how Air Jordans typically fit and how to determine the right size for your feet.

Air Jordan sizes

Air Jordans generally follow the same sizing standards as other Nike sneakers. However, it is important to note that fit may vary slightly between different models and editions. Some Air Jordan models may be true to size, while others may run larger or smaller.

It is advisable to consult the specific size information provided by Streetwearart.

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Measuring is knowing

Before purchasing Air Jordans, it's a good idea to measure your feet accurately. You can easily do this at home using a ruler, measuring tape or a foot measuring device.

This is how you measure your feet:
  1. Place your foot on a piece of paper or a flat surface.
  2. Use a ruler or tape measure to measure the distance from your heel to the tip of your longest toe.
  3. Repeat the process for your other foot.

It's common for one foot to be slightly larger than the other, so make sure you measure both feet and use the larger measurement as a reference.

Use size charts

Once you have your foot measurements, you can refer to the size chart provided by Nike or the retailer to find your corresponding Air Jordan size. These size charts usually link your foot length to the recommended shoe size.


Choosing the right size for your Air Jordans is essential for a comfortable and enjoyable wearing experience. Take the time to measure your feet accurately and consult size charts. Remember that it is better to have a slightly tighter fit than one that is too loose, as sneakers can often stretch and mold to your feet over time.

Air Jordan 1 True to Size

The Air Jordan 1 is probably one of the most praised Jordans, and it's easy on the sizing too, as they do indeed fit true to your normal size. In other words, if you usually wear shoe size 42, you also need a size 42 for the AJ1. For the exact size you can consult the Streetwearart size chart.

In summary: true to size.

Air Jordan 4 True to Size

Another favorite is the Air Jordan 4, launched in 1989 as the successor to the Jordan III and very popular ever since. Here too, similar to the AJ1, the sizes are accurate. So you can confidently choose your normal shoe size with the AJ4.

In summary: true to size.

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