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post #16 of 172
when is the best time to catch CPs on sale?
post #17 of 172
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Originally Posted by beowolf View Post

when is the best time to catch CPs on sale?

Last week. Most stores have already sold all of their inventory, though SSENSE has some sizes left at 20% off.
post #18 of 172
SOLD

Hi, everyone

 

I have a pair Derby Shine Oxblood in size 41 for sale! Brand new from Tres Bien. I'm selling those because they run big, this size 41 is supposed to be a size 42. So if you are normally wearing Common Projects sneakers size 42, this one should be a perfect fit!! The quality of the shoes is top-notched, beautifully made!

 

 

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The actual picture will be posted up here soon.

 

I'm selling them for $300, comes with receipt, original box and everything.

 

These are sold out everywhere and you won't find them cheaper than $300.

 

Again, it's BRAND NEW!! Original price is $490

 

 

Contact me if you're interested!

 

lamborghiniandwu@hotmail.com


Edited by lamborghiniandw - 12/7/13 at 11:39pm
post #19 of 172
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Originally Posted by beowolf View Post

when is the best time to catch CPs on sale?

Right now at TBS while everything's 20% off biatch
post #20 of 172
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Originally Posted by lamborghiniandw View Post

Hi, everyone

I have a pair Derby Shine Oxblood in size 41 for sale! Brand new from Tres Bien. I'm selling those because they run big, this size 41 is supposed to be a size 42. So if you are normally wearing Common Projects sneakers size 42, this one should be a perfect fit!! The quality of the shoes is top-notched, beautifully made!


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The actual picture will be posted up here soon.

I'm selling them for $300, comes with receipt, original box and everything.

These are sold out everywhere and you won't find them cheaper than $300.

Again, it's BRAND NEW!! Original price is $490


Contact me if you're interested!

415-889-0956
lamborghiniandwu@hotmail.com

Eric W.

Make these black and we'll have a deal.
post #21 of 172
Just wanted to give a big shout out to common projects and tbs.
I picked up a pair of black derbies last year and the leather was starting to peel after around 10 wears. Sent an email to common projects to see how this issue could be fixed and they told me to send them back for a replacement pair from this season.
tbs covered all shipping :Dcosts
post #22 of 172

the toebox on the white vintage achilles I got a few weeks ago feels bigger than my vintage suedes from last year, I guess because it doesn't have similar padding. How much space do you guys prefer in the toe area? Have about a thumb of space length-wise but lots more in the width

post #23 of 172

Do any of you guys treat your achilles with a leather protector? Or just wear them straight of the box?

I got 2 pairs (black mids and black lows) that I haven't had a chance to wear yet and now that there's snow everywhere I've been sticking to my beaters and boots for the most part.

post #24 of 172
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Do any of you guys treat your achilles with a leather protector? Or just wear them straight of the box?
I got 2 pairs (black mids and black lows) that I haven't had a chance to wear yet and now that there's snow everywhere I've been sticking to my beaters and boots for the most part.

It rains a lot where I live so I'll just put some conditioner on them from time to time just so the leather stays soft. Seems to work fine.


Anyone pick up the training boots? How's the leather quality?
post #25 of 172

For someone whose feet are wide enough to have to wear a 13US, but not wide enough for a 13E, should I size down to 45 or go TTS? I asked on /fa/ and popular opinion was to size down.

post #26 of 172

Does anybody have any experience with the derbies? Do they really fit as big as they are said to be? Should I size down 1?

post #27 of 172
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Originally Posted by dotcomzzz View Post


It rains a lot where I live so I'll just put some conditioner on them from time to time just so the leather stays soft. Seems to work fine.


Anyone pick up the training boots? How's the leather quality?

I never apply conditioner. IMO leather sneakers look best when they become worn in. They are not dress shoes. 

post #28 of 172
Completely, I agree. It's mostly to keep them from drying out it's like a constant shower where I live. But yeah the more beat in the better
post #29 of 172
really want to grab the burgundy derbies but torn on the sizing. I wear size 42 achilles but they are big ( half a size i'd say ). Someone on this thread said they fit slightly tighter, while another who posted it up for sale say they fit even a size larger than achilles! Someone give me a definative anwer please icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #30 of 172

Hi, 
I'm looking to buy the low achilles CP and I am, as most other buying CP for the first time, seriously in doubt about the size. 
The sneakers I have that are fitting the best are both US 7.5, while I have a pair of CDG x Converse in a size 39 and they are a bit snug. 
But wouldn't a 39 in CP be the best for me? I believe I have normal to narrow feet width. 

Thanks
 

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