Clarks, New Balance, Rockport, Birkenstock Canadian Online Shoe Retailer

By: Becker Shoes  09-12-2011
Keywords: shipping, Shipping Charges

Canadian Orders  
Free shipping within Canada (10 provinces) on orders over $60.00, by UPS Standard Service.  Please note that UPS does not ship to PO Boxes. Orders to PO Boxes will be shipped via Canada Post Expedited and will still be free of charge to the 10 Canadian provinces. 

Orders under $60. will be shipped by UPS Standard Service within Canada (10 provinces) or by Canada Post to PO Boxes. Shipping charges will automatically be added to your order.

For faster delivery service you may select UPS Express on your order and shipping fee will automatically be added to your order.

Taxes will be charged appropriate to the billing province.

All orders will receive an Order Confirmation e-mail and your order will be processed and shipped within 48 hours, Monday to Friday. You will receive an e-mail confriming the processing and shipping of your order along with a tracking number for your shipment.

Store Pick-Up Free Of Charge
No need to worry about buying before you try-on the shoes. Orders can be tried on and paid for at one of Becker Shoes nine locations. Please select the store pick-up option in the shopping cart and the location where you would like to pick up your order.  You will automatically receive an Order Confirmation e-mail.  With in 48 hours, Monday to Friday, we will e-mail you to confirm when your order will be available for pick-up. If your order is not in stock at the pick up location, it may be one to two weeks before it is available for pick-up. Charges are not be processed on your credit card at the time of placing your order.


Please note we cannot ship New Balance, Aravon or Dunham to the United States.

Customers from Hawaii or Alaska wishing to place order can

No taxes will be charged to orders from residents of United States.

Most orders under $200. should enter the United States with no duties charged but Becker Shoes cannot control when duties will be charged. The customer will be responsible for paying any customs, duties or taxes that might be charged.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: shipping, Shipping Charges