When it comes to sneakers, there is no bigger name than Nike. And when it comes to Nike sneakers, there is no bigger name than the Air Force 1 and Jordan 1. These two sneakers are some of the most popular on the market today, and for good reason. They both offer a great style and fit that is perfect for any occasion. In this blog post, we will take a look at how these sneakers fit and what you can do to get the best possible fit for your feet.

There is no way of you going to miss out on our Nike Custom sneakers, at None Of Zero, we offer the range of sizing starting from Junior 1 all the way to Adults 16. Both AF1 and Jordan 1s. But first, you need to know how do both of these shoes come up, in order to find the right fit for you.



Fit Guide

 When finding the right pair of Nike Custom Shoes for you make sure you take into account the following;


When buying a pair of AF1 especially, the width of your feet needs to be taken into consideration as it is known that AF1 fits big. So if you have narrow feet you need to go half a size down, to ensure comfortability. Whereas Jordan 1 will fit most people comfortably width-wise as they are not as wide as AF1s.


The length of the shoes is also something you need to take into consideration, as AF1 are quite long. If you have a shorter foot, then it might be worth going down half a size so they’re not too long on your feet. Whereas Jordans are perfect for people with an average or longer foot length



When buying a pair of AF1 and Jordan 1, just as width is important so is your instep.


Your instep is the bony middle structure on the top of your foot. It starts from the back of the toes to the front of the ankle. Depending on how high or low your instep is this can help determine what shoe size will ensure a comfy fit. AF1 has a higher instep so people with high insteps should go up in size, whereas Jordans don't have as drastic of a change.


The arch of your foot determines how high your instep can be. If you have a high arch, then AF1 are perfect for you as they will complement your feet type. Whereas Jordans are better suited for those with low arches.




 If you have gone for True To Size in Air Force 1 it can easily be fixed with an Insole. Insoles are one of the most popular items on the market and can be bought at any Nike store. 

Jordans don't have such a problem as they are already quite wide, so unless you have really wide feet an insole isn't needed.






 Men's feet tend to be bigger and wider than Women's feet, so the sizing for Air Force 1 and Jordan 1 is different. In terms of width, most Jordans fit comfortably for people with medium-width feet, but AF1 can be too wide for some women. 

There are no complaints when it comes to these two shoes, as there are a wide selection of sizes for Men,Woman and Children. You are bound to find the right fit for you.

We have presented a sizing guide for AF1 and Jordan sizes below to help you:




The sizing guide for both sneakers are very similar, so it is important to pay attention to the measurements when choosing the right size.



If you are looking for a great pair of sneakers that will provide you with both style and comfort, AF1 and Jordan 1 are the perfect choice. Air force ones are available in both low and high top versions, while the Jordan 1 is only available as a high top.




Nike shoes are made with thick cushioning in the midsole to make them feel extra comfortable. Furthermore, the tongue as well as upper parts of the sneaker have soft padding that makes them fit snug. With additional lining surrounding the ankle area too, these make Nike Shoes one of the comfiest fits.



Final Say: Big, Small or Fit True To Size


Overall we know that Nike Air Force run up big, so you need to go half a size down, especially if your feet are narrow. However Jordan 1 fits True To Size. So now that you know how to find the right size and fit for your feet, there is no excuse not to get a pair of our Nike custom sneakers for yourself !

We hope you found this helpful, it is very important that our customers feel confident when wearing a pair of our Custom Shoes. Any additional questions about sizes feel free to send us an enquiry.

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