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What is your Return Policy?

1911 Apparel will accept items back within 60 days that are in new condition (unworn, unwashed, defect free etc.) for a refund of your order amount – minus original shipping amount paid.

Refund will be applied back to original payment source.


What if I ordered the wrong size?

No problem. Ship the item back to us in new condition and we will ship you the correct size. 

If you notice you ordered the wrong size before shipping, please email us at: as soon as possible to notify us of the problem.


What if I return an item that is no longer in print?

If the return is made within 60 days, we will issue a store credit for original purchase amount – minus tax and shipping.


What if my item(s) arrive damaged?

Send us an email at with a description and picture of the defect and we will make sure you are taken care of.


Are 1911 Apparel products made in the USA?

We take very seriously sourcing as many of our products from the United States as we can. All of our shirts are printed, bagged, and shipped from Utah.


Can I use more than one coupon?

Everyone likes a deal, but choose wisely as you can only use one!


What are hour shipping times?

We will ship your order within 24-48 hours – unless you buy something that is in pre-sale. Items in pre-sale will be notated as pre-sale items and will usually ship in 7-10 business days.

Items will be shipped through standard shipping, so plan for 3-5 business days from day of order.


Why did you choose the name 1911 Apparel?

The bill of rights is the foundation of our country, and we believe the 2nd amendment to be one of its most important amendments.

We wanted to pick a name that showed our pride in American’s rights to protect themselves by bearing arms.

The 1911 hand gun holds an important place in our history. It was the standard-issue gun for military US military from 1911 to 1986.  It was widely use in WW1, WW2, Korean and Vietnam Wars.

Even better, it was developed by John Browning in the good ol’ state of Utah!