Our pre-order system allows you to place an order for an item before it is available for purchase.
This means that the item has not yet been produced and is not currently in stock. By placing a pre-order, you are able to secure a spot in line to receive the item as soon as it becomes available.
When you place a pre-order, you will be required to pay for the item in full at the time of the order. This payment will be used to fund the production of the item. Once the item becomes available, it will be shipped directly to you.
It is important to note that the estimated shipping date for pre-order items may change, due to unforeseen production delays. This date is an estimate, and you will be informed of any changes.
Additionally, some pre-order items may have a limited quantity available, so it's important to place your order as soon as possible to secure your spot.
Lastly, please note that pre-orders are final sale and not eligible for cancellations or changes once the order is placed.
In summary, a pre-order system allows you to purchase an item before it becomes available for purchase, and to receive the item as soon as it becomes available.
By only producing the number of items that have been pre-ordered, it reduces the risk of overproduction, which can lead to unsold merchandise and ultimately, waste.
Better use of resources:
By only producing the number of items that have been pre-ordered, it allows brands to use their resources more efficiently, as they are not producing extra items that may not sell.
Encourages mindful consumption:
By allowing you to pre-order items, it encourages you to think more carefully about their purchases and to only buy what they need, which can lead to a reduction in overall consumption.
Better inventory management:
By knowing how many items have been pre-ordered, we can have a better understanding of their inventory needs, which can help us plan better and reduce the risk of stock outs or overstocking.
Support for sustainable production:
Pre-ordering allows us to have a better idea of how many items we will sell, which can help us plan for sustainable production methods such as using eco-friendly materials or implementing ethical labor practices.