Army Navy Sales FAQ

Q: Can I pay via check or money order?
A: Yes! Select the "Pay by check or money order" option at checkout. A copy of your order will pull up for you to print. You can mail it to the address below with your payment.


Armynavysales.com
3100 N. Lincoln Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657

Please make checks and money orders payable to "Armynavysales.com"

Once payment is received, we will fulfill and ship your order based on the shipping method you have selected.

Q: Do you ship internationally?
A: For all International Shipping: Orders are based on shipping WEIGHT, not purchase price. Select International Shipping during checkout. We will contact you with the shipping cost for your approval before shipping.

In determining your delivery requirements keep in mind that most orders are sent on the next business day after receiving the order. Holidays and weekends are not considered business days. No shipments will be made or delivered on these days. Saturday delivery can be arranged for shipments on Friday if necessary for an additional charge of $10.00. If you have a specific delivery requirement drop us an email after placing your order and we will do everything possible to meet your needs.

Q: Do you ship to APO/FPO addresses?
A: Yes. For military addresses please make sure you check the box that asks if your address is an APO/FPO.

Q: Do you ship to freight forwarders?

A:Yes.  If you are shipping to a freight forwarder we may contact you to request full payment via PayPal. We appreciate your understanding.

Q: Can I pay via Paypal?
A: Yes, please select Paypal Express Checkout.  You will be taken to a PayPal sign in page that will allow you to use your account to check out.  

Q: What is Military Surplus Smell?
A: If you have ever walked into a suplus store, worn an old military jacket, or bought older surplus, you know the smell. There are varying degrees of Military Surplus Smell, but it is generally noted as a musty storage smell. While it may be a shock at first to smell this, it's actually a great thing!
When you get that Military Surplus Smell, you know you're dealing with GENUINE military gear, and not imported or reproduction gear. It is one of the first things any surplus fan will check when determining the authenticity of their purchase. The smell may have imitators, but nothing can compare to the actual smell of genuine surplus.
There are many different ways to get rid of the smell including using vinegar washes, name brand cleaners, and air drying the gear after many washes. We don't recommend one method over another, but do caution that older surplus gear may be damaged by using an untested method. Be careful with your gear. Or better yet, embrace the smell and revel in the fact that you are rocking true-blue American made surplus! Hoo-ah!