Better known for their ultra sleek, minimalist leather trainers, Common Projects are now providing loyal followers with an autumn alternative to the usual premium calf skin designs – with an updated Achilles version constructed from wool.
Reworking the popular silhouette, this model illustrates seasonal change perfectly. With its speckled wool uppers and tonal leather trim, the Achilles Wool is perfect for creating unique and effortlessly stylish looks.
Here at FashionBeans we have always been avid fans of Common Projects footwear, particularly the Achilles model, so to see the style being given an overhaul for AW12 is a real treat. The speckled wool construction provides a refreshing twist to the usually sleek design but without compromising on the brands usual minimalistic design.
Aside from the textured construction, the attention to detail which has gone into the design of these trainers is superb, with all other elements, such as the leather trim and laces, constructed from a harmonising colour palette.
Coming in two colour ways of burgundy (our favourite) and navy, you can rest assured that these cold weather trainers will only continue to improve over time.
Both colour ways are available to buy now over at End Clothing.