Shipping & Handling


We ship via UPS or Fed-Ex and are proud to offer free shipping for U.S. orders over $150. Please note that we do not ship to hotels or P.O. boxes, unless the address is a military (APO or FPO) or university address. A Fed-Ex tracking # will be sent to you via email once your order is shipped for you to track.

Orders for items in stock will be shipped by the following business day. Delivery dates will be as follows depending on shipping method chosen and according to UPS or Fed-Ex days of operation schedule.

UPS or Fed-Ex Ground Shipping: Delivery will occur within 4-7 business days following the shipment date.
UPS/ FED-EX 3-Day: Delivery will occur within 3 business days following the shipment date.
UPS/ FED-EX 2-Day: Delivery will occur within 2 business days following the shipment date.
UPS/ FED-EX 1-Day: Delivery will occur the next business day following the shipment date.

We at Aston Leather ship internationally using Fed-Ex and UPS International Priority Service for all international orders. If you do not see your country listed in our country selection window please send us an email to find out if it requires special arrangement. We highly recommend for you to get in touch with your local custom authorities to find out associating duties and taxes for your order as we do not cover your order for duties and taxes.

International orders are prepared and delivered within 4-7 business days upon receiving your order.

Shipping Rates

Order Value International Shipping Cost 
$1-$99 $29.95
$99.01 - $299 $59.00
$299.01 and up $75.00

Duties & Taxes

Your payment for an order is only for the cost of the item and shipping charges. Unfortunately we can not inform you regarding a foreign country’s custom laws since each country follows different guidelines in determining the associated duties and taxes for a given product category. Please note that it is the buyer’s responsibility for paying all duties and taxes associating with your order. We recommend all international customers to get in touch with their local custom office in determining the custom fees. In the unlikely event of a buyer’s refusal of delivery of a shipment, all return duties and taxes would be paid by the buyer. The buyer is also responsible for covering the return shipping charges.