Jordan Supreme Elevation | Detailed Look and Review

The most Zoom Air ever placed in a Jordan branded shoe: this is the Jordan Supreme Elevation.


Sporting an upper that is identical to the Air Jordan 32, the Jordan Supreme Elevation boasts cushion like we’ve never seen on a Jordan Brand shoe thus far.

Zoom Air, it’s everywhere. Encompassing nearly the entire forefoot and all of the heel — it’s safe to say cushion is abundant in the Supreme Elevation. But is it going to be too much cushion? We’ll have to wait and see.

Traction looks like it could work despite its apparent lack of durability. The build, as we mentioned above, is from the Air Jordan 32. It’s a little weird to see a flagship Air Jordan model’s upper moved over, in its entirety, onto a Team Jordan model, but there is a first time for everything.

The shoe runs a bit long so if this pair doesn’t work out while testing then I will likely put the performance review on hold until I can get in a smaller pair.

In the meantime, let us know your thoughts and expectations for the Jordan Supreme Elevation below in the comment section. We’ll be sure to update everyone on pricing and availability once the information is made available.

6 Comments

  1. Been excited about these since the first time I saw the last summer. As someone who wears 13.5 (which is virtually impossible to find, I’m glad they run big as a 13 will work for me. My next casual shoe! LOVE THAT ZOOM

  2. since these haven’t released in North America yet or ever, hipsters would be shouting that these are fakes.

  3. Really interested about these. I’ve had my eyes on them for awhile. Cushion is my #1 need at this point in my life. Hopefully with the slight decoupling it wont be as stiff as the 32’s. I’m guessing min $165

  4. Havent been this intrigued by a jordan shoe in years. That visibe zoom looks damn good. Only problem is the price is pretty high. This isnt a sig, and the kds had visible zoom for 150. Good thing is im sure theyll hit outlets.

  5. These remind me of the Jordan Evolution ’85 from 2010. It might be the strap placement and the visable cushioning, but I dont care. Those were some of my favorite shoes to play in, and I might have to give these a look.

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