from outside of the US, your country may
require you to pay taxes on your order.
We do not control this amount nor do we
have any idea what each country may charge.
You should check with your local customs
We are required to put your full invoice
amount on the "Customs Form"
and on the packing slip within your package
(so... if your order is $72, we put $72
on the form and in the box).
declare your package as a "gift"
by clicking the "gift" check
box before you order. If you check this
box, the recipient (whomever the package
is delivered to, even if it's just yourself)
may be charged considerably less in taxes
or may not be taxed at all.
However, you should check
with your local customs office to find
out what qualifies a package to be classified
as a gift, and how it affects the charges
you will incur locally such as taxes,
duties, or other tariffs. Misuse of the
"gift" designation may result
in your package being delayed at customs,
or even returned.
On all "gift"
orders, we declare $3 per item (the designated
cost to make a product). So, if you order
2 shirts, your order will be declared
as a "gift" with a $6 value
and NO TOTALS will be stated on your packing
slip inside the box (they will instead
be replaced with the word "gift").
*SPECIAL NOTE ABOUT "GIFT" DESIGNATION IF YOU LIVE IN
THE UK, CANADA, NORWAY, SWEDEN OR SWITZERLAND
check gift, but we have to put the total
invoice amount on your customs form as
required by your customs office. The
$3 per item rule does not apply.
These are your laws, so don't blame us, move!