Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl LII halftime performance came to mixed reviews and a little bit of controversy due to his inclusion of a Prince tribute after backlash to initial reports of a Prince hologram.
Timberlake’s halftime show will be debated plenty over the coming days, but for fans of JT, or those that were simply fond of his sneakers, there’s some good news. The “JTH Collection” Air Jordan III hit Nike’s SNKRS app later on Sunday night for a limited release as Timberlake’s collaboration with Jordan and legendary Jordan designer Tinker Hatfield became, briefly, available to the public.
The JTH is, in essence, a mashup of the “White Cement” Air Jordan III, which will get a retro release over NBA All-Star, and the “Tinker” Air Jordan IIIs that will also drop soon as the realization of Hatfield’s original sketches for the III. The most notable difference in those is the inclusion of a Nike Swoosh that was eventually removed before the sneaker’s final design. The JTH features a reflective Nike Swoosh on top of the White Cement look.
Unsurprisingly, the sneakers went quickly and sold out almost as soon as they hit the app at the $200 price point. If you are hoping to land a pair, you’ll likely have to suck it up and pay far more than $200 on the secondary market.