Buy Better

Shop it to keep it

Choosing the product that’s right for you can get tricky when shopping online. These tips will help you in the process, saving you time, money and effort while also reducing the environmental impact and CO2 emissions from the handling and shipping of returns.

Read the product description

On the right-hand side of our product pages, you’ll find useful information (such as benefits, materials, care instructions, etc.) to help you gain a better picture than the actual picture we provide.

Find the right fit

Your shoe size can vary between brands. That’s why we recommend you consult our size guide. When in doubt, or in the case of sneakers, choose the bigger size and, if you already own a pair of Camper shoes, that can be a good reference.

Check the reviews

They can help you make up your mind about a product. Also, we’d love to hear what you think after you buy it. It will help other customers make better purchases, and help us make better shoes.

Don’t forget about Shoe Care

Or the products you can use to clean, protect and, ultimately, extend the life of your new shoes. Also, check out the cleaning guides we’ve put together and don’t forget to spread the love to your other shoes!

But if you don’t love it—

Then, don’t buy it. This is probably the best way to make a conscious purchase. If you aren’t sure about a product, it’s a good idea to give yourself some time to cool off. Still thinking about it? You know what to do.

Or just test them in real life

And when all else fails, head to a Camper store and find a staff member to help you. You can use our online tool to find your nearest store or book an appointment for a more personalized shopping experience.

If you follow these tips and, at the end of the day, still want to return your purchase, you can still do it with the certainty that you bought better. You can make your return online or choose a more eco-friendly way by taking it to a Camper store.

Exchanges & Returns

Did you know that transportation accounts for one-fifth of global CO2 emissions?

Yeah, that's not what you'd call a free return.