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Better Release: Air Jordan 4 LS “Tour Yellow” or Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red”

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The Air Jordan 4, launched in 1989, built on the Air Jordan 3s successful fusion of on-court performance and off-court style. The following year, the Air Jordan 5 was released, retaining the mesh side panels from its predecessor. It also introduced a distinctive translucent sole, a first for Air Jordan sneakers.

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In the mid-2000s, the Air Jordan 4 LS “Tour Yellow” was released as a lifestyle retro. It features a simple white leather upper with black on the eyelet flange and grey on the eyelets. Underfoot, the shoe has vibrant elements like a speckled yellow application on the Air-infused midsole. The outsole has Dark Blue Grey for a complementary touch, and the Jumpman logo replaces the classic Nike Air branding on the heel.

The Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” is an original colorway from 1990, last seen in August 2013. It showcases a white leather upper, a black tongue, and Fire Red accents. There’s also a ’23’ emblem on the ankle. The sneaker includes a red midsole, black shark teeth, and a translucent outsole.

Explore both Air Jordans and share your opinion. Cast your vote below to let us know which release you think is better.

In conclusion, the Air Jordan 4 and Air Jordan 5 have unique features that make them stand out. Both models blend performance with style, appealing to both athletes and sneaker enthusiasts. Your vote helps us understand which Air Jordan you prefer. Don’t miss out on being part of this exciting comparison. Share your thoughts and make your choice known today!

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Air Jordan 4 LS “Tour Yellow”

Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” (Black Tongue)

Mario Briguglio
Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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