► C U R R E N T ∙ T U R N A R O U N D S - approximate business days before your order ships
1-3 business days ... most pieces/items
1-2 business days ... orders with expedited shipping
► S H I P P I N G ∙ T R A N S I T ∙ T I M E S - within the US
USPS - First Class Package (Standard Shipping):
• 3-5 business days shipping transit time
USPS - Priority Mail:
• 2-3 business days shipping transit time
USPS - Priority Mail Express:
• 1-2 business days shipping transit time
• Guaranteed delivery
You select the shipping method you want when you check out.
► R U S H ∙ O R D E R S
If you need your order rushed/urgently, we recommend upgrading to priority or express mail. These options are available (for USA orders) when you check out.
► I N T E R N A T I O N A L ∙ O R D E R S
We ship worldwide.
Transit times can vary GREATLY. Occasionally packages can be substantially delayed if held up at customs. We don't have any control over your country's customs officials, so please understand the risk of delay. This isn't common, but it does happen occasionally.
United States: 3 - 5 business days
Canada: 1 - 2 weeks
Europe: 1 - 3 weeks
Australia, New Zealand: 2 - 3 weeks
Asia Pacific: 2 - 3 weeks
Latin America: 1 - 2 weeks
custom and duty fees:
We have no control over your country's customs officials. Some countries will charge duty for international packages and others will not, and all at different rates! Most packages go through without any charges, it is somewhat random, but please be advised that we have no control over how your country charges duty. These are NOT extra shipping charges. So please find out about your country’s customs and duty policies if you’re concerned.
tracking international orders:
If your order was shipped with USPS, the tracking numbers for International shipments only show where they are in the USA, and once they ship overseas, the tracking number is not updated. Once your package is outside the US, there will be no update until it’s been delivered. The tracking will show your package being “frozen” at a major US port (like Los Angeles), but this doesn’t mean your package isn’t moving, it’s just that it’s moving overseas and not updating the US system until delivery.