Nike Blazer vs Air Jordan 1 Sizing and Fit Comparison Photo [AJ1]


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

The Nike Blazer and Air Jordan 1 fit similar regarding length, however, there is a difference in the width of these shoes. Nike Blazers run a little bit narrow, and fit narrower in the forefoot area compared to Air Jordan 1 sizing. Click here to jump ahead on the page to view my side-by-side photo comparing the sizing of Nike Blazer to the sizing of Air Jordan 1 shoes.

Nike Blazer vs Air Jordan 1 Sizing

Photo Comparing Nike Blazer to Air Jordan 1 Sizing

Below is a photo of my men’s Nike Blazer compared to Air Jordan 1 sizing:

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Below is a photo of a women’s Nike Blazer compared to Air Jordan 1 sizing:

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Do AJ1 and Nike Blazer Fit the Same?

As you can see, the length of these shoes is very similar. But the Nike Blazer has a narrower design than the Air Jordan 1.

The Air Jordan 1 has a wider fit than the Nike Blazer, especially in the forefoot area. This is where you can view more Nike Blazer sizing photos to get a better idea how they fit compared to other popular shoes. This is where you can view more AJ1 sizing photos to get a better idea how they fit compared to other popular shoes.

In my opinion, both of these shoes fit within the realm of “true-to-size”. I ordered my normal sizing and I feel like they fit comfortably, however, I do not have wide feet. If you have wide feet, you may need to size up the Nike Blazer for extra space.

You can also view my other comparison sizing articles linked below:

Nike Blazer vs Air Jordan 1 Sizing Conclusion

In my experience, Air Jordan 1 and Nike Blazers have a very similar length, but there is a difference in the width of these shoes. The Nike Blazer has a narrower design, and if you have wide feet, it may be best to size up the Nike Blazer a half size to provide extra space inside the shoe.

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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