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Together they present a premium version of the popular Achilles Low Top sneaker in crocodile leather. Made in Italy to the highest quality standards, just like all Common Projects product, these of course do not come cheap. You can buy them now from Browns for 2′400 Pounds. Related posts: "...

key upgrades like Vibram soles, leather linings, and by-hand construction: New Editions keeps the pricepoint and accessibility of truly everyday and everywhere sneakers, but still elevates casual footwear far above the ordinary." Sounds great to us – still premium, yet a little lower in...

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Italian-American brand's latest drop extends the tried and tested unfussy approach to new versions of the cult status Achilles Low – now available in matte leather and tonal suede finishes – as well as updates of the Achilles High and Retro Low. However, it's the Kanye-approved Chelsea...

If you like the camo look, but want something a little more subtle than adidas' new Streetwear Pack, then Common Projects' latest – the Original Camo Vintage High sneaker – may be exactly what you're looking for. Known around the world for issuing kicks always with an eye toward quality,...

New York-based Common Projects continues its domination of the luxury trainer market, turning out a range of covetable premium styles for autumn/winter 2015. Sticking to its signature minimalist aesthetic, the made-in-Italy designs have been crafted from a range of sleek leathers and tumbled...

Common Projects Patent Leather Sneakers The Patent Leather Sneakers is the latest offering from Common Project as it features a 100% black gloss leather, creating an elegantly clean aesthetic to it. With a rounded toe, features include a padded collar and brown lining, matching its brown...

Common Projects for Spring/Summer 2014 is a special collaborative take on its low-top Achilles silhouette in honor of the release of Très Bien's first-ever in-house collection. Ditching its usual leather upper in favor of more seasonally-apropos canvas, the black kicks see a leather-lined...

taps Common Projects for the retailer's latest footwear collaboration, centering around the brand's flagship Achilles silhouette in a duo of colorways. The low-profile kicks are built with a leather upper in either white or black shades, sitting on a rubber midsole finished in a marbled camo...