Verdict from 37 user reviews

4 reasons to buy


  • Cozy: According to a large percentage of reviewers, the Jordan Apex-React is exceptionally comfortable to wear.
  • Stylish: Many users mention that this Jordan trainer lets them easily slay their look with its beautiful silhouette.
  • Absorbent: At least one buyer announces that the Apex-React absorbs impacts well.
  • Breathable: Due to its Flyknit upper, the Jordan Apex-React is well-ventilated, and a lot of wearers attest to this.

3 reasons not to buy

  • High maintenance: At least one reviewer notes that this Jordan model easily gets dirty.
  • Break-in: A couple of wearers comment that the shoe takes some time to get comfortable.
  • Tight: According to some end users, the laces need to be undone entirely, or else getting on the Apex-React can get tough.

Bottom line


Impress the crowd with another pair of Jordans and cop the Jordan Apex-React. Tighten your straps because this Jordan trainer will sweep you off your feet. The classic look and the modern technologies that the Apex-React features will let you enjoy a functional and fashionable footwear.

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Jordan Apex-React: The past and the future

The Jordan Apex-React acknowledges the past while nodding to the future. 

For old time’s sake, the Apex-React features just enough classic detailings like its shape that resembles the Jordan 1. Other than this, the shoe boasts two of the most popular modern-day technologies, which are essential for the sneaker world’s tomorrow.

  • Flyknit upper - This construction is responsible for lightweight and breathable comfort.
  • React sole - Nike React technology provides a cushioned and responsive step.

The Jordan Apex-React from the Flight Utility lineup

The Jordan Apex-React is one of the models from the Flight Utility lineup. Silhouettes from this collection feature a heel strap and a space-inspired Jumpman branding. And the line’s obsession with flight is displayed with today’s technology like the Nike React cushioning and the 720 Air Max unit. However, unlike the other models, the Jordan Proto-React and Jordan Proto Max 720, the Apex-React is shroudless.


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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.