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Common Projects Spring/Summer 2012

July 11, 2011

Here’s a brief look at what’s to come with Common Projects’ Spring/Summer collection for next year. Images courtesy of the lads at Très Bien shop who have been doing their next season buying trips recently and posting the findings on their blog.

It’s not been long since I featured the full Autumn/Winter 2011 collection (find those posts here and here) and now we’re getting treated to a peak at next years range. First up is another variation of the Achilles, this time in navy blue micro-perforated leather with a suede toe box, tongue and heal tab and contrasting blue leather inner and sole unit (which looks like it’s the low profile version, although it could just be the picture angle).

There’s also what looks to be a new eight hole high top, in a mix of suede and leather upper with a large heel tab and vintage coloured, standard height sole unit. Be interesting to see if there are any more colours of this model and what it actually is. I also wonder how many new models there’ll be in this range because there are quite a few for next season already.

The other thing these shots have done is remind me that I really need to get my grey Tournaments cleaned up and on my feet again! For more information on the current range, or to find a stockist go here: Common Projects.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Alex permalink
    July 12, 2011 9:48 pm

    Navy blues are sweet!

  2. Laars permalink
    July 13, 2011 7:18 am

    I am thinking these are very good for a first look. The green high tops mainly for me. Old school looks works well.

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