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  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka
  • Common Projects - Suede Standard Chukka

Common Projects

Suede Standard Chukka

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Super soft suede chukka from the team at Common Projects. They deliver a twin eyelet chukka with contrast leather lining and a leather insole. The rubber sole unit provides a solid base whilst the upper come complete with their trademark gold numbering on the heel.
  • Size chart
    US EU
    6,5 39
    7 40
    8 41
    8,5 42
    9,5 43
    10 44
    11 45
    12 46
  • Details & features
    - Premium suede upper, rubber sole.
    - Made in Italy.
    - Gold numbering on the heel.
  • Shipping terms

    Delivery times and rates
    Denmark:DKK 70 Within 2 working days
    Europe:EUR 10Within 4 working days
    USA & Canada: USD 25Within 5 working days
    Rest of the world (Asia,Australia):USD 30/ EUR 20Within 5 working days
    Russia:EUR 30/ USD 38Within 5 working days

    Returns:

    Return goods within 14 days for
    exchange/refund Click here for further
    details.

    PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to charge additional shipping costs for multiple purchases.


  • About the brand
    Common Projects is created by Manhattan designers Prathan Poopat and Flavio Girolani. The shoes are designed with a tailoring eye using the finest materials. Highly coveted and beautifully made, Common Projects shoes are practical yes luxurious, with intentionally low-key branding. Each shoe is inconspicuously foil-stamped with the factory identification code and style numbers. Merged with high-quality Italian craftsmanship, the result is minimalist that celebrates the wearer, not the maker.
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