Who should buy the Jordan Supreme Elevation

The Jordan Supreme Elevation is a solid choice if:

  • You are looking for a shoe that could be a great alternative to running shoes and training shoes.
  • You prefer a basketball companion oozing with beauty and style. 
  • A shoe that shields your feet against hard landings to prevent tensions and stress is what you are after. 

Who should not buy the Jordan Supreme Elevation

These Jordan basketball sneakers might not be for players who prefer a shoe with a nice ground contact feel. Also, wearers who play basketball on dusty courts might find the Supreme Elevation inefficient as its outsole requires regular cleaning to maintain traction. They might be better off with a shoe that offers multisurface grip like the Nike LeBron Soldier 13.

Profile of the Jordan Supreme Elevation

Inspired by the 32nd Air Jordan, the Jordan Supreme Elevation was first seen on the feet of Jimmy Butler on November 7, 2018. These basketball sneakers are the lightest Jordan shoes despite the addition of midfoot and ankle straps. This model is a Greater China-exclusive and had a low-key release in March 2019. The blue rendition with an against-the-grain heel resembles the Philadelphia 76ers All-Star’s alma mater, the Marquette University.

The upper of the Jordan Supreme Elevation is made of entirely Flyknit that greatly reminds of the Air Jordan 32. For the cushion, the Jordan brand reports that the Supreme Elevation has the largest Zoom Air units ever placed in a shoe model. This sneaker is tagged as the most responsive shoe the brand has ever designed.


Cushion. The Jordan Supreme Elevation comes with forefoot and heel Zoom Air units. These cushioning technologies are encapsulated in a Phylon midsole. They offer a substantial amount of impact protection, bounciness, and responsiveness. These keep the wearer from stress and fatigue in their knees and legs.

Traction. The outsole of the Jordan Supreme Elevation is a combination of icy translucent and solid rubber. The solid rubber comes with a lateral herringbone traction pattern. As for the translucent side, it is designed with squares in an angular pattern. The Nike Kobe 10 almost has the same traction pattern.


Length and Width. According to some reviewers, because the Jordan Supreme Elevation is built for Asian wearers, the shoe is slightly wider than the standard length and width the Jordan brand has. On the contrary, some testers say that the width of the Jordan Supreme Elevation is smaller than that of Kevin Durant’s tenth basketball shoe. They add that going true to size will not deliver the right fit to normal footers. Therefore, it is best for new buyers to fit the shoe prior to the purchase.

Lockdown. The Jordan Supreme Elevation boasts the traditional lacing system to keep the foot in place. As if the laces aren’t enough, these Jordan basketball shoes feature straps in the midfoot and ankle for a more secure lockdown.


The Jordan Supreme Elevation has a ribbed Flyknit upper with exposed stitches on both sides that reveal its intricate design. The Velcro straps are elastic to make it easier for wearers to adjust the tightness.


The Jordan Supreme Elevation surely has one of the prettiest designs the brand has ever made. These Air Jordan XXXII-lookalike also have similar upper aesthetics as the Jordan Flyknit Elevation 23. The Jumpman logos are found on the lateral ankle side, rubber outsole, and insole. The shoe comes with a dainty black pull tab for ease of wear and removal. There is an “AIR” callout at the heel of which the A is replaced with a Jumpman logo.

Special Colorways of the Jordan Supreme Elevation

The Jordan Supreme Elevation has been released in multiple colorways. As for the Jimmy Butler’s player exclusives, he has worn the green and yellow pair, Philly-inspired blue-red-white pair, and the checkered-black-and-red pair to name a few.

Even so, the ones available to the general public are the Black/White, Infrared, Gym Red, and White/Black/Pink.

Facts / Specs

Weight: 381g
Top: Mid
Signature: Michael Jordan
Lockdown: Strap, Lace-Up
Features: Ankle support

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Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.