Return Policy

 Satisfaction is guaranteed or we'll happily give you a refund for the items that you purchase (minus shipping/handling fees), provided they are unworn, and unwashed, uncracked, unused and it is within 45 days of your order. The items must be in re-sellable condition, free from deodorant marks, scratches, scuffs, pet hair and cigarette smoke odors.

Shipping Info

We ship to anywhere in the U.S. and many countries internationally. All items are available to ship the within three business days. Items ordered on Sundays may take an extra day to ship and will ship in 3-4 days. Packages in the U.S. are sent via the U.S. Postal Service by Priority or First Class Mail. Please make sure you can receive mail from the Post Office at the address you supply. We are unable to grant requests to send our packages via UPS or Fed Ex, even if you want to use your own account.

USA: If you select Priority Mail, shipping is around $6.00 for the first item and varying amounts for additional items depending upon what your zip code is and the weight of your order (USPS priority mail has changed their entire pricing scheme and the pricing depends upon what zone your city falls in and how far it is from our facility in Cincinnati, OH). Selecting First Class Mail will get you cheaper rates. You can see those rates in the shopping cart.

We ship to all military addresses. Please make sure you address your mail properly so it will be routed through the military mail system. Military addresses must show the grade, full name with middle name or initial, and PSC number, unit number, or ship name. Replace the city name with "APO " or "FPO," and the state with "AA," "AE," or "AP," and use the military zip code. Regardless of the country you are stationed in, the country you should always select is United States. Entering a foreign country will only delay your package.

You can enter your grade, first name, and middle initial in the First Name field.

Organization name should be included if you have it; however, it is not always used for certain types of forces.

Unit number is a four digit number assigned to some units, but not all. Where assigned, it should always be used. Soldiers will have notified friends and family if they have one assigned.

Our system only accepts a five digit zip code. Do not enter the additional 4 digits.