FAQs

Our frequently asked questions page has all the most common questions we've been asked, so if you're looking for an answer checking the FAQs could save you some time.

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Do you have wholesale prices?

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We offer the best wholesale prices around; if you're interested you can email us with a link to the product you're interested in and the required quantity for a quote on pricing.

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Can I reserve a product?

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Product reservation if a service we offer, however we must request a deposit of 25% of the item's total price and the product can only be reserved for up to 15 days.

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How do I get a leather jacket tailored to my size?

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If you're looking to have a jacket modified to your specifications, including tailoring, addition of pockets, different colours and adding badges or patches, please contact us via email and we will do our best to satisfy your needs.

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Do you have a store?

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What are your payment options?

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Do I have to register?

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You can order and checkout without registering to the site if you prefer, however there are a few benefits to registering; you can track your order status and every once in a while we can send you exclusive offers via email.

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What is your return policy?

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You can return your order for up to 7 working days after you receive the delivery. Transition days are not counted in our return policy.

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How do I know what size I need?

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Ordering apparel online is often fraught with the possibility of ordering items in the wrong size. We make this much easier for you by offering a size chart containing all the measurements here and, should the item you order be the wrong size, we also offer a 7 day return policy.

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What is CE armour?

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CE armour is protective armour used primarily by motorcyclists to protect themselves in the event of an accident. The armour is situated in the elbows, shoulders and back of the jacket and can be removed if you wish. CE is the rating of the armour, the higher the rating the better the protection.

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What are the differences between cowhide and lambskin?

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Cowhide is stronger, thicker and more durable than lambskin and is especially well-used for the biker range due to it's tougher nature. Lambskin is softer and thinner, so it more generally used on on more casual items, such as gloves.