The shoes were launched Sunday as a surprise via Nike SNKRS after the singer’s Super Bowl LII halftime performance, with as few as 500 pairs reportedly released, and have gone on to fetch upwards of $2,000 on the resell market.
And whether you’re a fan of Timberlake, the classic “White/Cement” Air Jordan 3 or both, we’ve got good news. The sneakers will be released again this weekend in New York as part of a pop-up shop celebrating Timberlake’s new “Man of the Woods” album.
The pop-up shop features collaborations inspired by each song on the album and includes products from Levi’s, Pendleton, Warby Parker and more. An Instagram post from Timberlake’s official account ties the Air Jordan sneakers to the track “Higher Higher.”
The sneakers themselves are a spin on the “White/Cement” Air Jordan 3 worn by Michael Jordan during the 1988 NBA Dunk Contest. For the Timberlake version, Jordan Brand added details including a reflective Swoosh, which takes a page from the upcoming “Tinker” colorway.
The pop-up shop is scheduled to open tomorrow through Sunday. The address has not yet been announced but is expected to be revealed tonight.
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