Justin Timberlake Caused Chaos While At A Toronto Sneaker Store

He had a lineup around the store.

By now you should know that Justin Timberlake is in Toronto for his two-night residency at the ACC . While his concert sales haven't been stellar, his reception at a Toronto shoe store yesterday caused some serious pandemonium.

Spotted at the Air Jordan store at Yonge and Dundas, he was there to promote his limited edition 2-Minute Warning sneakers.

From the video you can see that he had the lineup wrapped around the store. Understandable since the sneakers dropped in Toronto that day and only a couple hundred pairs of his Air Jordan 3 Retro JTH's aka the "2 Minute Warning's" were available for purchase. 

With only 5,200 pairs of the Jordans produced, you can bet they're a hot commodity.  They retailing for a whopping $200 U.S and some are already being resold online for over $1,000!

Via sneakernews

For anyone worried about getting their hands on a pair themselves, Justin teased that he's be bringing his shoes to more cities in the future. So keep a close eye to his tour dates and when he'll be in a city close to you. 

Amazing and surprising day yesterday at work as we had the man @justintimberlake come through the shop and release a couple hundred pairs of his Air Jordan 3 Retro JTH's aka the "2 Minute Warning's". His collab with Jordan Brand and Tinker Hatfield which he debuted at the Super Bowl halftime show. I had the opportunity to meet and shake hands with Justin and help him out for a bit. Glad to say I was able to be there during this event. Shoutout to EVERYONE involved in this operation as it took a lot of hands, brain power, and dedication to pull this off successfully and efficiently. My team is amazing and I'm very, very proud of this moment. Shout out to @turnstylin for that first pic. Pairs were limited to 5200 and will be randomly dropping at dates throughout his tour.

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