Nike Air Force 1 vs Air Jordan 1 Sizing and Fit Comparison Photos [AF1 AJ1]


In this article I will directly compare Nike Air Force 1 vs Air Jordan 1 sizing using photos of the shoes that I own. Do Air Jordan 1 and Air Force 1 fit the same?

In my experience, Nike Air Force 1 shoes fit a little bit looser than Air Jordan 1 sizing. I would describe the Air Jordan 1 as true to size and the Air Force 1 as running a little bit bigger than normal shoe sizing. Click here to jump ahead on the page to view my side-by-side photo comparing the sizing of Air Force 1 shoes to the sizing of Air Jordan 1 shoes.

Nike Air Force 1 vs Air Jordan 1 Sizing

Men’s Photo Comparing Nike Air Force 1 to Air Jordan 1 Sizing

Below is a photo of my men’s Air Force 1 shoes compared to Air Jordan 1 shoes. If you look closely, you can see that the Air Force 1 on the left has a tiny bit more length. The AF1 also has what I would describe as a roomier toe box, which can make the shoe feel bigger than normal shoe sizing.

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This is where you can view more men’s comparison photos that I took for Air Force 1 sizing.

This is where you can view more men’s comparison photos that I took for Air Jordan 1 Sizing.

Women’s Photo Comparing Nike Air Force 1 to Air Jordan 1 Sizing

Below is a photo of women’s Air Force 1 compared to Air Jordan 1 sizing. Just like the men’s photo above, you can see that the Air Force 1 on the left has more length than the Air Jordan 1. Most people consider the AF1 to fit bigger than normal shoes sizing.

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This is where you can view more women’s comparison photos that I took for Air Force 1 sizing.

This is where you can view more women’s comparison photos that I took for Air Jordan 1 Sizing.

Sizing Advice for Air Jordan 1 and Air Force 1

In my experience, the Air Force 1 runs bigger than normal shoe sizing and the Air Jordan 1 fits within the realm of true-to-size. If you are between sizes, it would probably be best to size down the AF1.

You can also view my other sizing resources linked below:

Nike Air Force 1 vs Air Jordan 1 Sizing Conclusion

In my experience, Air Force 1 shoes run a little bit longer than Air Jordan 1 shoes. I also think the Air Force 1 has a slightly roomier toe box. Most people consider the Air Jordan 1 to fit true to size and the AF1 to run bigger than normal shoe sizing.

Paul Johnson

Paul is a lead content creator for Workwear Command. He has had several blue-collar jobs which have provided him a wide range of experience with tools and gear. He also has a business degree and has spent time in business casual office settings.

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