Products must be returned within 30 days.
To return items free of charge, please use the supplied package return sticker.
If there is no returns label supplied or it got damaged please contact our customer service. You can reach our customer service via phone (+41) 044 - 55 68 401 or via E-Mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bear in mind that it is only possible for us to accept items that are returned in their original state.
The merchandise may not show signs of wear.
The same conditions apply to reduced price items.
Specific stipulations apply for personalized styles, because these products are exclusively created for you. We, therefore, do not accept returns, except there is a product fault.
If your personalized product is faulty please contact our customer service via phone (+41) 044 - 55 68 401 or via E-Mail (email@example.com).
Exchanging products is due to technical reasons not possible.
Please place a new order in the PUMA Online Shop.
Socks, underwear and swimwear are not returnable.
We strongly advise you to use the following method of returning items. (You are not legally obligated comply with this method).
Please take your package to a post office and use the supplied package return sticker to return it free of charge. Please keep the package delivery note in the event that it needs to be traced.
If you choose another method of dispatch for your returns, you normally are responsible for the costs.
The address for returns is:
PUMA Online Shop
Fiege Logistik (Schweiz) AG
Reimbursement is usually completed between 3 - 5 days after receiving and conducting the quality check of your returned package.
All items purchased from stores need to be returned in the store where the purchase was made, according to the following rules:
The merchandise may not show signs of wear. Please ensure that when trying shoes on, you only walk on a carpet or other dirt-free surface. In the event of the merchandise showing wear, compensation may be demanded. This is not the case when the wear on the goods can be compared to the type of testing that would, for example, have been possible in a store.