The Official Common Projects Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by InHocSignio, Jul 20, 2013.

  1. Hype1234

    Hype1234 Senior member

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    Water. Suppose the others that don't have the natural veggie tanned leather could stand up to Jason mark cleaner. Only thing I'd use the cleaner on is the rubber sole in any case though. Dries them out.
     
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    Thanks but both of those are non options for me.

    Enjoy your dirty boots.
     
  3. nsubrmnn

    nsubrmnn Senior member

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    Fantastic. Thanks for that detailed response.
     
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    nsubrmnn Senior member

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    Yeah that have some stronger products if your shoes are destroyed. They also have a lot of great suede protectant and cleaning products if you have any of the Chelseas. I know the guys on the SLP thread use it for their boots
     
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    nsubrmnn Senior member

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    Finally got some Chelseas, after a long period of saying no to them (I dislike crepe). These are the taupe. What do you guys think?

    IMG_2999.JPG Jeans rolled, so the ink doesn't transfer if I return
     
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    bry2000 Senior member

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    I like them. Taupe would not be my first choice, but I think they look really good.
     
  8. nsubrmnn

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    Need a little help, on end they have two Chelseas one listed as sand the other as tan. The color code on the side of the shoe is the same "1302", but they look drastically different and there is a decent price difference. I'm guessing one is old stock vs new? Thanks for the help

    https://www.endclothing.com/us/common-projects-chelsea-boot-1897-1302.html

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    https://www.endclothing.com/us/common-projects-chelsea-boot-suede-2018-1302.html

    Edit: looks like the model number changed as well from 1897 to 2018. Do you guys know of any difference? Much appreciated!
     
  9. MaiLam

    MaiLam Senior member

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    Has anyone got/seen shots of the chelsea workboot out in the wild?
     
  10. Darkside

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    These are great. Fit the same as my Achilles. I'm a 12D Brannock and a 45 in CP. Will come in handy for the warmer months.
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