Size and fit

The mid-top Jordan Flight Origin 4 is offered in US men’s sizes. Its TPU eyelets and traditional lacing enclosure deliver a secure and stylish fit while its leather and synthetic upper lends flexibility and comfort. This sneaker’s perforated window provides ventilation that comes in handy during hot and humid seasons.

Jordan Flight Origin 4 Style

Jordan brand is on a class of its own with its collection of performance, but off-court worthy sneakers. Its penchant for creativity is also evident on the brand’s non-athletic offerings. Fresh meets futuristic is showcased on the Jordan Flight Origin 4. Built with nubuck and synthetic overlays, the laser-perforated window with the ever-recognizable Jumpman details have been blended carefully with eye-catching colorways, ensuring swagger with every step.

Notable Features

The trademark Air-Sole unit is visible on the heel, guaranteeing impact absorption. This sneaker’s lightweight feel foot is due to the presence of the Phylon midsole, which also yields stability and cushioning. The non-marking solid rubber outsole that exhibits a concentric circular pattern is responsible for the Jordan Flight Origin 4’s traction.  

Jordan Flight Origin 4 History

There are constant debates on the media and internet about who is the greatest basketball player of all time, especially at this point because of the basketball prowess and accomplishments of LeBron James. But there isn’t much doubt about who is the most popular sports figure in history. Michael Jordan transcended basketball, as his name is synonymous with greatness even outside of sports.

Jordan’s prominence in pop culture is only matched by his shoe’s success. The start-up company Nike was just a footnote on the sneaker brand competition before Jordan. Nike gambled on Jordan, a rookie and unproven commodity, who was paid the most significant endorsement sneaker deal at that time. Some executives even questioned that business maneuver. Those executives were quickly proven wrong as Jordan’s popularity catapulted the brand to a dizzying height which still stands today.

The Air Jordan series is widely accepted as the most popular sneaker line of all time. It all started with the Air Jordan 1, a sneaker that defied the rules. NBA banned the sneakers initially, as it does not meet the color requirements. Every time Jordan wears it, a particular amount of fine must be paid. This restriction only made the shoe more desirable to the public, possibly due to its unorthodox design and rebellious reputation.

After the success of the AJ 1, the subsequent notable additions to the series such as the Jordan 3 and 11, perpetually captivated the fans since the initial release. The Jordan brand is an anomaly, as the success of its sneakers remains strong after Jordan’s retirement. NBA superstars Kobe Bryant and LeBron James, both signed by Nike and considered as Jordan’s successors, can only wish that their sneaker line would be somewhat close to the popularity of Jordan’s when they retired.   

Today, the AJ retros are still the most sought-after sneakers. But Jordan brand knows that in order to sustain their success, it has to evolve into something more than just rehashing nostalgia. By branching out into lifestyle sneakers which are offered at a lower price, more people now have the means to appreciate this renowned brand.  As an addition to its lifestyle collection, the basketball sneaker inspired Jordan Flight Origin 4 which was initially released in 2017 delivers the style and performance suited best for off-court assemblies.       

Additional Info

  • The laser-perforated window is inspired from the Air Jordan 4’s silhouette.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.