The discerning shoe fan’s shoe brand, Common Projects, have dropped a new iteration of their quintessential silhouette: the Achilles (last seen in May’s hookup with Très Bien). This new camouflage upper is made from premium wool, complemented by a toe box, tongue, heel, and lining made from soft leather and matching waxed laces. Coming from a company notorious for their lack of visible branding, the subtle gold style/size code printed on the outside of each shoe is – as usual – all the evidence you’ll ever need of where they came from. It’s not much, but it fits the military aesthetic perfectly. Bag a pair for yourself now over at End.
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