Rip and Dip is a Los Angeles based clothing brand by Ryan O'Connor. Rip and Dip clothing brings a fresh approach to streetwear, they bring heavy dose of attitude with Lord Nermal (the cat) presiding everything they do. These socks bring a great example for you, the mix of vibrant colours and Lord Nermal are one of a kind. Try being BOLD.
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Place your order before 2.30pm BST (Monday - Friday) for same day dispatch. Orders after 3pm BST and weekend orders will be dispatched the next working day.
|Standard Delivery - Royal Mail Tracked 48||£4.50||FREE When You Spend £50 or More|
|Standard Large Letter Delivery||£1.95||FREE When You Spend £50 or More|
|DPD - Next Day Tracked Delivery (Over £50)||£4.50||FREE When you spend over £200|
|DPD - Next Day Tracked Delivery (Under (50)||£5.95||FREE When you spend over £200|
|DPD - AM Delivery||£10|
|DPD - Saturday or Sunday Delivery||£10|
|DPD - Highlands & Islands (2 day Service)||£15|
* Spray Paint/Aerosols Cannot ship via Royal Mail, Tey must ship via DPD Courier
|Click & Collect In-Store - Next Day||£0.00|
*An Email Notification Will Be Sent To Inform You When Your Items Are Ready To Collect
Please note that any Parcel over £22, you will need to pay VAT or Local Sales Tax when it arrives in our country.
Please note that any Parcel over £150, you will also need to pay Import Duty Tax when it arrives in our country.
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