The Official Common Projects Thread

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

  1. mcfly26

    mcfly26 Senior member

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    thanks for the responses. ha I know, I wouldn't mind if it happened with time, but not 3 months. Maybe I was sloppy, but this indicates the leather is not that great. This was my first pair and now I kind of regret it. Maybe I'm just too pissed still.

    If anyone wants them and dont mind this 'scuffs', send me a message with offer. Hope I don't regret after but I'm really considering letting this go
     
  2. nsubrmnn

    nsubrmnn Senior member

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    Treat your shoes just like any other leather shoe. Use a leather cleaner, then use a white leather polish. They'll look good as new
     
  3. Hype1234

    Hype1234 Senior member

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    I wouldn't use polish, they aren't Edward Greens. You scuffed them. The paint isn't bulletproof, it's going to scrape off. Just deal with it and enjoy wearing your sneakers man.

    Lastly, no one wants your stinky shoes haha.

    My two cents.
     

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