Here's how much the shoes cost.
Justin Timerblake's Super Bowl 52 halftime performance got mixed reviews. One thing that didn't - his shoe choice.
The pop star sported some new Jordans during his performance at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. They were a bit hit.
The shoes, the Air Jordan 3 “JTH,” are a custom edition of the Air Jordan III Cement Grays. They feature a light Nike swoosh, giving a modern feel to the classic kicks.
“I’ve always found myself coming back to the [Air Jordan] 3s, mostly because you could really wear them with anything,” Timberlake said in a Nike release. “Then, when I got to actually meet Tinker, a true genius, and learn that the Jordan 3 was the first design he had done with the brand, and that he actually removed the Swoosh from the original design because he felt like Michael [Jordan] could carry the brand on his own, it made it feel even more iconic.”
They went on-sale right after his performance. Unsurprisingly, the shoes sold-out almost immediately. They were retailing at $200.
Now, they're hitting the re-sell markets. And they're crazy expensive.
The cheapest price on one site is $2,000. Multiple eBay listings are for roughly $2,500.
They look good, for sure. And Timberlake wore them well. But $2,000? No thanks.