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GENERAL Due to their made-to-order nature, all sales are final; we do not accept returns. Please see exchange policy below.We are not responsible for customs and duty fees and/or delays.Order typically ship within 4 working weeks of the end of a wave, we cannot guarantee shipping dates.Shipping ...Read More

Custom Sizing

We get asked frequently if we can tailor or custom make our clothing and shoes. Our short answer is "we cannot" - so here is why. One of the biggest challenge in tailoring anything is obviously having the right sizes taken. The few experiences we had in the past for both shoes and clothes ended...Read More

Zippers Hack

We use zippers when we have no other choices because zippers are famously unreliable. What is not unreliable is velcro; and nobody wants to have a wardrobe malfunction right before or during trooping ( hence velcro on the pants ) Sometimes we do not have a choice and zippers are a must. We will ...Read More

S&H what to know.

We never stop making, during waves, off-waves, holidays, weekends... we make items. Some in batches to have some stock, others are made to order. This is one aspect of what we do. The other important aspect is obviously getting the stuff to you. After you order is made, it comes to the studio ...Read More

PropMakers We Heart

We’ve been in the community as active members for many years now…we’ve had our share of awesome and not so great experiences with prop makers around the world when building our own costumes. This is what inspired us to launch -IB- and what drives us everyday: being a trustworthy and reliable source...Read More


One of -IB- 's main goal is to make it easy for troopers to get quality gear from one prop maker. We got burn ourselves when buying parts from too many places; this is why we started the sets. Obviously we are making them carefully to be the best possible but it would be a false assumption to t...Read More

Measuring is Important!

"L" nowadays really does not mean anything anymore; from country to country and brand to brand the "L" can be vastly different. L in the US is considered XL in Europe. While XL in Spain is often smaller than XL in Germany. Then of course you do have the "FIT" as regular or slim or skinny...Even Jean...Read More

boot hack: stretching leather

You may feel your boots are just slightly too small to be at optimum comfort. Obviously we are not talking about two sizes smaller, but that feeling that if it had been a 1 cm bigger it would just feel perfect.This wikihow article gives you some awesome hacks to get that extra space, using sock...Read More