Most orders ship out within 1 business day of ordering pending availability and credit verification. If you need your item(s) sooner, please choose an expedited shipping option at checkout, which is only available within the U.S. Any additional shipping costs paid are non-refundable.
We are unable to make any edits or cancellations to orders once they are placed. Our warehouse works quickly to get your T&S out to you right away!
Please make sure your shipping address and item styles, colors, and sizes are correct before submitting your order. You can also find more information on our return and U.S exchange policy here.
Orders are processed and shipped Monday-Friday only. No orders are processed or shipped on the weekends or U.S. holidays, and we do not offer weekend delivery for expedited shipping options.
Any lost or missing package inquiries must be sent within 15 business days of the ship date or we will not be able to assist.
Free standard shipping on all U.S. orders (before tax & discounts).
- Most orders ship out within 1 business day of ordering, if your order is placed over the weekend or on a holiday it will not be processed until the following business day. Once your order has been shipped you will be notified via email with tracking number.
- Please allow extra ship time during sale times and the holiday season.
- 2-Day Fedex Shipping is offered for $10. 2-Day orders received after 1PM EST will be shipped the following business day. 2-Day orders will be delivered within 2 business days.
If you have any questions regarding your order please email us at email@example.com
CANADA, UK & AUSTRALIA
- $15 USD flat rate international shipping usually arrives within 3-6 business days.
- Free international shipping over $150 USD
TAXES AND CUSTOMS
Import duties and taxes (if any) are clearly listed at checkout. You will not be surprised with any additional duties or fees by the carrier upon delivery.
Prices are listed in US Dollars, and charged to your credit card in US Dollars unless you're using our currency toggle. The bank that has issued your credit card determines the exact exchange rate that you will be charged.