Verdict from +100 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The majority praised the Jordan Flight Luxe as being very comfortable.
  •  A couple of the customers lauded the sneaker's lightweight construction.
  • One tester will secure another pair in a different color because of the overall performance and style of the sneaker.
  • The shoe is a great gift option as per a few buyers.
  • A reviewer is thrilled about the Jordan Flight Luxe's color schemes.
  • The shoe can be used casually, for playing basketball and even workouts as stated by a brand's loyal consumer.

4 reasons not to buy

  • A dissatisfied customer complained that the sole came off after a few wears.
  • The sneaker's design leaves much to be desired as per a Jordan enthusiast.
  • One commented that high socks are the only option when wearing the shoe.
  • It is not good to pair with skinny jeans as it looks very bulky as mentioned by a purchaser.

Bottom line

Making a seamless transition from basketball to lifestyle, the Jordan brand's lineup of casual sneakers continue to flourish with the addition of the Jordan Flight Luxe.  As an augmentation of the Air Jordan 15 for a more off-court approach, it exhibits a slip-on style which has the advantages of both low and mid-top shoes that bolsters comfort. Wearers can stay in style for workouts or the streets. By having support enhancements with sleek colorways and a sterling silhouette, the Jordan Flight Luxe has what it takes to be a staple for today's prevalent style.

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Good to know

The slip-on Jordan Flight Luxe features an innovative bungee cord like lacing which is secured into the Dynamic Flywire cables and a full inner-sleeve that deliver a lockdown fit. Jordan brand describes its type as bearing the maneuverability of a low-top but also having the stability of a mid-top which ensures complete comfort.

It is available in US men’s sizes from 5 to 18.

Continuing the trend of hybrid sneakers comes the AJ15-inspired Jordan Flight Luxe. Its silhouette can be considered minimalistic yet distinctive as the shoe features a ribbed mesh upper which houses a bungee cord like lacing construction with a leather material around the tongue and heel. The iconic Jumpman logo is carefully positioned at the tongue.

The Jordan Flight Luxe have most of its colorways display one dominant color exuding an almost monochromatic appeal, making it a great option to be paired with shorts and sundry casual attires.

Included on the Jordan Flight Luxe is the Lunarlon foam which provides soft and responsive cushioning. Additionally, the solid rubber outsole grants traction and durability.

Even at a single glance, one can notice that there is minimal branding all over the Jordan Flight Luxe's silhouette. The Jumpman logo on the tongue is diminutive as it gets, while the embossed "Jordan" logo at the heel is almost concealed.  

Michael Jordan changed the sneaker landscape forever since he started wearing the Air Jordan 1 in 1984. As he collects awards and recognition all over the world during his 15 year NBA career, his brand also elevated to an unreached stature. Even after retirement, the Jordan brand continues to grow.

There is a valid argument that Jordan single-handedly launched the sneakerhead culture. Back in his playing days, he would always wear a new pair. He mentioned in an interview that a new pair every game makes him play better. For the loyal fans, though, it is impractical to emulate Jordan’s approach but to own every J’s that will come out is something that can be close to that.

But with that immense popularity also had its share of negative effects. Cases of robbery and mugging just to get Jordan shoes were reported during the 80s. Today, whenever there is a release of Jordan Retros, there are videos uploaded on the internet of people shoving and fighting each other at the store only to make sure that they can secure a pair.

The Jordan brand managed to get endorsement deals from current NBA superstars like Russell Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard and Chris Paul and other non-basketball athletes. Still, Jordan’s most successful sneakers are the ones he wore when he was playing in the NBA, which is known as the Air Jordans.

Inspired by NASA’s fighter jet the X-15, the Air Jordan 15 was introduced in 1999 as the first Jordan brand release that Michael Jordan cannot wear anymore in the NBA because of his second retirement. Similar to the Air Jordan 2, Tinker Hatfield conceptualized the 15 with top-notch Italian shoes in mind and the inclusion of a woven pattern on the upper. Hatfield adapted the moccasins when designing the AJ15's high cushioned collar granting an easy slip-on.

As a modern reiteration of the Air Jordan 15 tailored for the casual crowd, the Jordan Flight Luxe is one of the many offerings that represent the eminent Jumpman into the future. Initially released in 2017, it exemplifies the great qualities of both low and mid-top shoes for a desired performance. Stylish as it needs to be, the Flight Luxe already garnered acclaim from the brand loyalists and casuals.

  • The Flight logo on the inner tongue was first seen on the Air Jordan 4.
  • The Jordan logo is also embossed on the insole.
  • For the black and white colorway, the color of the insole is red.


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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.