Wolf Survial Gear Return Policy

You may return any unopened merchandise, no questions asked, within 30 days of purchase. To initiate the return process, please email us at We will only accept returns on opened merchandise within 30 days if the item is defective and/or has manufacturing flaws. Otherwise, you must contact the manufacturer for their terms.

After a return is initiated with our return department:

1. Return the item to the address given to you by our return department.

2. Keep your shipping records for proof of shipment in the event of loss of returned merchandise.

Returns shipped via U.S. Postal Service (U.S.P.S.) or with a value over $100.00 should be insured. We are not liable for return merchandise that does not reach our return department. We will notify you via phone or e-mail of your refund once we have received and processed the returned item. You can expect a refund in the same form of payment originally used for purchase within 20 business days of our receiving your return.

We kindly ask that you follow our return policy to expedite any potential returns and refunds.


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