So you've found your perfect pair of Common Projects sneakers – congratulations! But before you race to the checkout, you're going to want to ensure you're buying the correct size. Which is where we come in, with our comprehensive Common Projects sizing guide. First things first though – allow us to introduce the brand...
The idea for Common Projects was dreamt up way back in 2004, by New Yorkers Peter Poopat and Flavio Girolami. The pair saw a gap in the market for minimalist luxury sneakers that could bridge the gap between smart and casual. They kicked off their range with the Achilles, a sleek, understated sneaker that has garnered a cult following in stylish circles. Fast forward 15 years, and Common Projects' sneakers are as popular as ever. Their understated aesthetic lends them inherent versatility and timelessness, meaning that they can be worn with just about anything – from formal suiting to casual weekend attire.
Common Projects sizing notes
- Common Projects shoes generally fit true to size, so take your normal size if you have wide feet.
- Common Projects shoes can sometimes run large, so go down a size if you're between sizes or have narrow feet.
- As with many artisanal footwear labels, Common Projects make their shoes in full sizes only, so go down to the nearest whole size if you usually take a half size.
- Common Projects uses European sizing.
Common Projects size chart:
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