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New Editions: A new line of sneakers from Common Projects
©Très Bien
While your typical sneaker may deliver comfort in the form of air or foam, there's nothing like a piece of supple, high quality leather that forms to your foot like a pair of Common Projects.

It's the kind of comfort that's hard to describe with words. So let's just say that if this new collection is built with the same care and commitment to quality of past models, you can be sure these won't stay on the shelves for long. Keep an eye out on Tres Bien for more information.

New Editions: A new line of sneakers from Common Projects
©Très Bien

New Editions: A new line of sneakers from Common Projects
©Très Bien

New Editions: A new line of sneakers from Common Projects
©Très Bien

New Editions: A new line of sneakers from Common Projects
©Très Bien
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