Frequently asked questions
Is Brooks and Bridges Federally Trademarked?
Yes, we are. Unless otherwise stated, all products appearing on Brooks and Bridges site and social media platforms; including text, site, design, logos, graphics, icons, and images, as well as the selection, assembly and arrangement thereof, are the sole property of brooksbridges.com and brooksandbridgesofficial (IG). Copyright ©, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
You may use the content of this site only for the purpose of shopping in this store or placing an order and for no other purpose. No materials from this site may be copied, reproduced, modified, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted ordistributed in any form or by any means without our prior written permission. All rights not expressly granted herein are reserved. Any unauthorized use of the materials appearing on this site may violate copyright, trademark and other applicable laws and couldresult in criminal or civil penalties.
Are Brooks and Bridges products custom?
Yes. Most Brooks and Brigdes products are customized, unless stated otherwise.
Do your products contain lead?
Absolutely Not! All of our products are lead free and made with care.
Do you ship internationally?
Yes, different shipping rates apply for international products.
What are your shipping options?
We generally ship via FedEx Ground. However, there may times where we use USPS.
What are your shipping times?
Once shipped, packages generally arrive within 5-7 days. However, there may be shipping delays with the distribution centers that may cause unforeseen delays that may extend your shipping times by 2-6 weeks.
What is the difference between processing time and shipping time?
Yes. There is a huge difference.
Processing Time: An order status of "Processing" means your order has been entered into our system and pending fulfillment. The order status will remain as "Processing" until the items under go quality control checks, labeleing, and packaging.
Shipping time: The date that the order is shipped from the seller or warehouse to the customer. For example, if you offer 2-day shipping, then it’s expected that when the package leaves your warehouse, it will arrive to your customer’s location two days later.It’s worth noting that ship dates may vary. This is due to store hours and stores only working business days and not weekends (e.g., if you place an order Friday night, it’s possible the order won’t ship until Monday) and even shipping cutoffs during the day.