What are the items that cannot be shipped?

Stallion Express strictly complies with US Customs regulations and domestic and international carrier and airline guidelines. We are not a licensed carrier for transporting dangerous goods. 

Packages are subject to random internal and external compliance checks to ensure smooth and timely delivery. This process includes opening the packages to verify declared shipment information.

Please note that the following items cannot be shipped:

  • Personal goods or non-sale shipments - all destinations (US, CA, INT)
  • Counterfeit products
  • Packages taped together
  • Personal documents, certificates, etc.
  • FDA-regulated items and shipments requiring special clearance
  • Foods and anything taken by the mouth - food and beverages, toothbrushes, health supplements
  • Drugs (Prescription and non-prescription drugs) - including cannabis
  • Drug Paraphernalia
  • Cosmetics or skincare products considered as medication, such as acne healing creams, topical ointments
  • Biologics (vaccines, blood products)
  • Medical Devices
  • Electronic Products that give off radiation
  • Alcohol 
  • Tobacco Products - including smoking paraphernalia
  • Veterinary Products
  • Insects/Animals
  • Oils
  • Used Automobile Parts
  • Lithium Batteries
  • Any plant matter
  • Flammable and Hazardous materials -  woodchips, matches, cleaning and other chemicals, hazardous gases, and sprays
  • Firearms, ammunition or any type of weapons

If you are unsure if your product has any FDA-regulated ingredients, it is solely your responsibility to contact the US FDA and ensure it is safe to ship—or penalties will incur. For more information, please visit this page.

Stallion Express does not ship to warehouses such as GOAT, STOCKX, SMOT, or SNEAKER CON.

Packaging tips: 

  • Always use packaging that is in good shape (sturdy and sealed). Add internal cushions if possible.
  • 4x6 thermal labels are preferred, and the packaging must be free of labels/stickers that don't belong to the shipment.  
  • Do not tape 2 or more packages together.

Packaging guidelines can be found here.

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