Shipping Info


We work hard to keep our shipping rates reasonable while ensuring your items are delivered in the most efficient and reliable way possible -- we appreciate your understanding.

Birdstrap Leather ships orders USPS. Carrier options vary based on item and destination. You can expect an automatic email with tracking details once your order ships.

For orders over $300 a signature will be required for the delivery.

Please contact with your order number if you need to make any changes to your shipping selection. If your order has not shipped, we will do our very best to accommodate all updated requests.

The customer assumes responsibility for additional charges on rejected packages.


We offer FREE Ground shipping on all orders over $195 shipped within the Continental U.S. *Promotions pertaining to shipping discounts apply only to the continental US.


Birdstrap Leather offers shipping within the United States, APO & FPO addresses, as well as to over 200 countries internationally. We ask that all customers choose their shipping destinations wisely. Choosing a secure shipping address will help ensure safe arrival of your Birdstrap Leather order.


Birdstrap Leather offers international shipping. Rates are calculated during checkout and no shipping offers apply.

Please understand that international packages shipped using USPS cannot be tracked once they reach international customs. For international shipments using USPS the customer must contact their local shipping carrier for updates once the package has left the United States.

Birdstrap Leather does not collect any additional fees beyond checkout at Prices listed within our product descriptions are final and we do not charge additional taxes. Customer is responsible for all duties/taxes.


Once orders are shipped, Birdstrap Leather is not responsible for lost, stolen, or mis-delivered packages. Orders placed on our website are shipped via a third- party carrier, and as such risk of loss and title for goods ordered pass onto you upon our delivery to the carrier. If you’re having trouble tracking down a shipment, you’ll need to contact your local post office and/or parcel carriers for assistance. The shipping carrier used will be listed on your shipping confirmation email.