In 1991, Jordan Brand debuted the Air Jordan 6 that included five original colorways. Two of those are the “White Infrared” and “Sport Blue” releases, which are arguably two of the most overlooked original pairs.

The highly-coveted Air Jordan 6 “White Infrared” saw its first retro in 2010, and again in 2014 to celebrate the 23rd Anniversary of the shoe’s initial release. It sports a clean White leather upper highlighted with Infrared contrasting accents.

The Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue” didn’t see its first retro release until 2014. The shoe features an all-White smooth and perforated leather upper with the Jumpman logo on the shoe’s signature rubber tongue and lace overlay, as well as on the heel section. An icy translucent outsole completed the design.

Check out both Air Jordan 6s, and let us know which pair was the better release by casting your vote below.

Air Jordan 6 White Infrared

Air Jordan 6 White Infrared 2014

Air Jordan 6 White Infrared 2014

Air Jordan 6 White Infrared 2014

Air Jordan 6 White Infrared 2014

Air Jordan 6 Sport Blue

Air Jordan 6 Sport Blue 2014

Air Jordan 6 Sport Blue 2014

Air Jordan 6 Sport Blue 2014

Air Jordan 6 Sport Blue 2014

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