Tom from Tom & Jerry is an absolute fan favourite regarding sneakers. We have already seen a few options for the Nike Dunk Low that introduced a Tom pair and a Jerry pair. Now we have stunning Tom-inspired Air Jordan 4 sneakers with a “Neutral Grey” colourway. Still, unfortunately, we don’t have a Jerry counterpart for this one.
Coming from @resellingsecrets on Instagram this time, we have “The Air Jordan 4 ‘Neutral Grey’” is expected to release soon via SNKRS and select retailers,” shared on the 31st of August and want to know if you would cop this pair.
As far as the sneakers themselves go, this “Neutral Grey” pair is a stunning and highly wearable pair of Air Jordan 4 sneakers that combine light greys with peaks of white to make a beautiful combination. Starting from the bottom, we have a stunning light grey outsole that meets a stark white midsole.
The midsole has the usual stunning window into the heel, giving you a glimpse of the Air technology. That is one of the reasons that the Air Jordans are as loved as they are. As always, with the Air Jordan 4 sneakers, at least the midsole has a piece that is lovingly called “eyeliner,” on this pair, it is a slightly darker grey that breaks up the rest of the light grey all over the sneakers.
From there, most of the upper is a soft-touch leather that is all one colour. Still, the beautiful thing about the sneakers is that the levels in the panelling add intrigue to the sneakers without having to change anything about the colour. The result is a stunning and sophisticated pair of sneakers that is all one colour but isn’t dull.
Two things that made the Air Jordan 4 sneakers famous are the mesh panelling on the mid-foot and the lacewing supports present on the sneakers in a slightly lighter grey that is still stunningly neutral. The support wings have the illusion of being translucent and frosty, but they seem to be just one colour. It’s insane the amount of depth that a simple colour can provide.
The rest of the upper looks just as soft and smooth as the lower sections, leading up to the collar and throughout the tongue and the lace unit, which is complemented with neutral grey laces.
Of course, the Wing supports are constantly added with the hard heel tab that repeats the same design without the holes necessary for the laces.
Just like the last pairs of Nike Dunk Lows, nothing in particular eludes to the cartoon character Tom. Still, the colours are perfect for him, so it makes sense why the connection was mad, but where is Jerry?