The Official Common Projects F/W '13-'14 Thread - Page 3
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You don't find that just leaving them to their own devices creates more cracking though? I live in central NY where there's a lot of snow and moisture and salt in the winter. I'm just wondering if the salt will just deteriorate them quicker.
I mean, I agree they look better worn in, but there's a difference between "worn-in" and "trashed".
For those that use conditioner, can I ask what kind/brand?
What if you only paid $190? ha.
I know what you're saying though, if the weather is truly shitty I will just wear some beaters, but even when you think everything's fine you might get stuck out in snow and find yourself somewhere that hasn't been plowed/shovelled. I'm not the type of person who is just gonna throw a pair in the back of the closet for 6 months, I still want to wear them, so if there are steps that can be taken to slow down deterioration then I will take those steps.
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.
CP run slightly big, so a 39 should be perfect for you.
I think a 40 would be perfect for you.
I forgot to respond to the guy that recommended me a 39 but I followed his advice and they turned out perfect; both size-wise and the shoe in general - my favorite shoe by far. :)
I wear a 7.5 US in my Nike Jordan and 7.5 US as well in a pair of Adidas, so I agree with nomalas, I think a 40 would be good.
Wonder if anyone owns a pair from the Robert Geller collab...? I'm thinking of getting these but would like a heads-up on the fit/make/quality i.e. would I be right to assume that Geller provides the design and CP does the leather/stitching..etc?