FAQs

- How fast will I receive my order?

Every item is printed or made to order, thats how we give you a unique item number, so please allow for 10 business days. 

- What is your returns policy?

We want to make sure you are completely satisfied with your Curbkid purchase so you may return or exchange any unworn and unwashed items (no exceptions) within 30 days of the date purchased.  

If you need to return an order, simply email via our Contacts Page and request an item return form.  

Exchanges must be for items of equal or lesser value.  Return shipping charges are the responsibility of the customer, unless the return is due to a defective item or shipping error by Curbkid. 

- Will my item shrink? 

We don't sell garments that are pre-washed or pre-shrunk so a small amount of shrinkage is to be expected, following the washing instructions will prevent most shrinkage. 

- What payment methods do you accept? 

We currently accept Visa and Mastercard via PayPal. 

You do not need a PayPal account in order to make a purchase, simply follow the checkout steps on PayPals secure site as you would any other web purchase.

- What are the sizes?

T-shirts 

Small - Width: 46cmLength: 66cm

Medium - Width: 49cm, Length: 69cm

Large - Width: 52cm, Length 72cm

X-Large - Width 55cm, Length: 74cm

- How does the limited edition work?

Curbkid collections come in both limited and unlimited design runs.  

The limited edition collections can range anywhere from 1 of 100 to 1 of 3.  So if for example you purchased a T-shirt that was 1 of 100 and it was the 1st one printed of the 100, on your T-shirt would show '#1'. If you purchased the 72nd one printed, your T-shirt would show '#72'. 

After the first 100, if that same design was to be printed again in the future, the count would begin at '#101'.

The 'Classic' collections are unlimited but will still show the number in which it was printed counting up from the 1st print.

- How does the pricing of the collections work?

Each of the collections is priced differently depending on two things, one, the complexity of the print/design, and two, the rarity of the collection.  For example, you will pay less for a T-shirt with an unlimited run over a T-Shirt with only 20 being printed.