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Common Projects -- Original Vintage High in Black Patent Leather Black (44)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by GreenFrog, Nov 25, 2015.

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  1. GreenFrog

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    Up for sale are a pair of Common Projects Original Vintage High Top sneakers in Black Patent Leather. They are a size 44 and retail for $476. Stylish AF! :slayer:

    They're unfortunately a size too large for me and have been worn two times -- I need a size 43. My loss is your gain.

    Because of the nature of this leather, I want to be very transparent on the condition of the creases that formed from my two wears. I am attaching detailed pictures so there are no surprises. You will see there is no wear at all on the soles. It is in great condition.

    Includes original box and an extra pair of laces.

    No refunds accepted.

    Will ship to anywhere in the USA and buyer will pay for USPS Priority Shipping, which is included in the price (~$15). I also request that the buyer provide payment in the form of PayPal Gift so I don't get hit with any fraudulent chargebacks or disputes. I understand that you may be uncomfortable with that because I could easily screw you and not send the shoes. If that is a dealbreaker, I completely understand.
     

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