CQP was born from a passion for great design and a desire to create outstanding products of the highest quality. Everything branded CQP is designed entirely in-house from the ground up and crafted without compromise. CQP currently offers a selection of hand made sneaker models.
CQP’s products are available through C-QP.COM, our Stockholm Showroom and selected retailers.
Our editorial section, Conversations, features interviews with individuals we admire; people doing the right things, the right way and for all the right reasons. Conversations is a way of communicating what we stand for and it is a base for inspiration, discovery and new ideas.
CQP, which stands for Conversations & Quintessential Products, was founded in 2013 as Coloquy. The company is based in Stockholm, Sweden.
We ship our goods from Sweden within 48 hours from the time of your order, except on weekends and holidays.
Once we ship your order you will receive a tracking number via email. Delivery cost to Sweden, US and most of Europe is included in the price. The price of delivery outside these markets varies between USD 10-30. Note also that orders outside of the EU may be subject to VAT, import duties and/or taxes, which are levied once your package reaches your country. Exchanges are free worldwide; for returns we will deduct a handling fee. Further information can be obtained on the Checkout page and in Terms & Conditions which we recommend you read.
As the shipments are made with UPS, packages must be signed for upon delivery - we thus recommend you provide an address where you or someone else will be present during normal work hours.
You may also pick your purchase up in our showroom - to do this please uncheck "ship to the same address" in the Checkout.
Who owns CQP?
CQP is an independent company owned by its founders. There are no outside investors or affiliations with other brands.
How can I make sure I get the right size without trying the shoes?
We strongly recommend you our size guide. We have measured the length and width of our inner soles, and the best way of finding the right size is to compare these measures to an inner sole of a shoe you already own.