Here is our presented guidelines and criteria for evaluating the condition of our products.
At Street Bill we thoroughly inspect each product and give them a grade ranging from DS -VW, the vocabulary below has an explanation for each grade:
DS – Dead Stock means brand new, this item has never been worn.
PADS – Pass as Dead Stock means this product has been tried on, perhaps worn lightly indoors and thereby can still pass as Dead Stock/brand new.
SW (9/10) – Slightly Worn, which is an expression for merchandise that has been worn but remains in great condition, with no apparent flaws, maybe a slight nick here and there.
FW (8/10) – Fairly Worn, the item may have a few flaws, for instance star loss, creases etc. However, the appearance is still sharp, and the item is in overall great condition.
QW (7/10) – Quite Worn, flaws are in most cases visible and the product has signs of wear.
VW (6/10) – Very Worn, flaws are visible, and the item has been worn a lot, yet remains fully functionable.
These guidelines are made in order to give the most honest view and guidance to our customers.
Sizing wise we try our best to judge from a general perspective, that means we have established a few sizing standards' in order to give an accurate measure of how the product fits – this is relevant for our clothes only.
TTS – True to Size – fits normally
OSU – One Size Up – fits slightly smaller
OSD – One Size Down – fits slightly bigger
For our sneakers we normally inform about the measurements of the insoles, if possible, otherwise feel free to contact us at @email@example.com so we can help you with further assistance.