Verdict from 33 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • A good number of buyers appreciate the versatility of the Jordan Clutch. Aside from using them as reliable runners, they also use the Clutch as shoes for walking.
  • Because these Jordan basketball shoes utilize a standard lacing system, most wearers appreciate how easy it is to put on and removal the shoes.
  • Almost all users mention how they like the design of the Jordan Clutch.  They claim that it is such a headturner.
  • The upper materials of the shoe model feel premium according to many buyers.
  • The Air-sole unit provides an extremely comfortable fit as per plenty of shoe owners.
  • A lot of purchasers express their satisfaction with the price of the Jordan Clutch. It has the same price as the 3rd signature basketball shoes of Paul George.

2 reasons not to buy

  • There are Jordan Clutch colorways that do not match trousers well. Some wearers recommend pairing the signature shoe with jeans.
  • A couple of buyers leave comments that these Jordan shoes run big.

Bottom line

The Jordan Clutch receives a wave of positive reviews. The majority of wearers recommend the shoe to those who are looking for a comfortable and versatile low-top. Its Air-sole unit delivers lightness and dependable cushioning. The black and white colorway is one of the most recommended colorways of the Jordan Clutch. The color combination is basic but it surely matches any outfit beautifully.

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Good to know

The Jordan Clutch is a versatile low-top shoe that is released in October 2016.  The outsole rubber features a barred traction pattern for optimum performance. The cushioning relies on the injected Phylon midsole and Air-sole unit at the heel. The upper is part quilted fabric and part leather for a nice presentable look. The quilted upper reminds wearers of the Air Jordan 1 Retro KO 'Blue Quilted' which is a luxury model.

Cushion. The responsiveness of the Jordan Clutch comes from the injected Phylon midsole and a visible Air-sole unit at the heel. The Air-sole unit delivers lightweight cushioning and impact absorption.

Traction. The Jordan Clutch features a solid outsole rubber with a barred traction pattern. The rubber is built to withstand any court surface while providing excellent court control.

Length and Width. The Jordan Clutch is said to have the standard measurements. A great number of shoe owners recommend new buyers to pick their true Jordan sizes.

Lockdown. The Jordan Clutch comes with the standard lace-up system so that it’s easy to put on and take off. The position of the tongue and tightness of the shoelaces can be adjusted to obtain a comfortable fit. To prevent foot slippages, the shoe comes with a molded heel counter.

The Jordan Clutch comes with a combination of premium and nubuck leather. The upper is durable enough to resist wear and tear. The inner walls of the shoe are packed with enough foam pads for all-day comfort and support.  

The combination of leather and quilted fabric catches the eye of most shoppers. This elegant-looking shoe pairs well with any plain pants, shorts, and khakis. On any occasion, the Jordan Clutch fits the bill.

The Jordan Clutch comes in different colorways:

  • Black/Infrared 23-Cool Grey
  • Black/White-Grey
  • Black/White-Gym Red
  • White/White-Red


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Bottom 7% basketball shoes
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Bottom 11% Jordan basketball shoes
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