Q: Where is your clothing made?
A: In the USA! We work with factories and vendors that share our commitment of local production, sustainability and supporting the local community.
Q: I'm not sure about sizing. Can you help?
A: Yes! But first check each product page for a size chart along with sizing tips. If you are in between, on the margins or just moderately confused, feel free to send us an email and we will give you guidance. It's best to include your height, weight and all other pertinent measurements relating to the item of question. [send email]
Q: I need to exchange or return my order. How do I do that?
A: Our return process is wicked simple. Follow this link to get started. [returns]
Q: Is shipping free?
A: Shipping to the UK is free for all orders beyond £75 and for all International orders beyond £100. Keep in mind that for this shipping we use Royal Mail 48 for Domestic and Royal Mail Airmail Tracked for International. We also offer an expedited UPS service for an extra fee.
Q: Are returns free?
A: All UK and EU returns are free and paid for as long as the garment is in new condition and less than 60 days after purchase. Return shipping from all international orders is to be paid by customer. [returns]
Q: What kind of warranty do I have on Ornot goods?
A: All Ornot products come with a one year warranty against any manufacture defects. This does not cover damage caused by crashes... Which brings us to our next question.
Q: How long does shipping normally take?
A: Orders ship business days (Monday-Friday) 24 hours after being placed. Royal Mail Domestic orders generally arrive within 2 business days after ship and International between 3-5 days. Keep in mind that we do not process any orders on Saturdays, Sunday, and Holidays and all goods are shipped from the United Kingdom.
Q: Am I responsible for import duties and tariffs on international orders?
A: Duties and Tariffs are paid for all countries residing within the EU. If you are outside of the EU the customer will be responsible.
Q: How do I wash all my Ornot gear?
A: As a general rule, all lightweight cycling clothing will last longer if you're nice to it. This means hand-washing in cold water and line drying. Ornot garments should be hand washed in cold water and line dried. Caps may fade if washed in the washing machine, with everything else, use your best judgment and make sure there aren't any random velcro straps floating around your washer or dryer :)
Q: I'm coming to SF do you have a shop?
A: Yes! Come and visit us. Our hours may be a bit limited, but you're on vacation right? You can find us here