Ordering, Sizes & Stock
How can I place an order?
So, your Little Trekker needs some new gear but you are not sure how best to place your order? Our website is probably the best place to start – make yourself a nice drink and get comfy on the sofa with your laptop:
- Have a look through the products by either using the product category boxes or the search facility to find what you are looking for.
- Once you’ve decided which outfit will suit your Little Trekker add it to your backpack by clicking the ‘add to backpack’ button.
- You can then continue shopping and add other items or you can carry on to the checkout where you will be asked for your details in order for us to process your order.
- Payment wise we accept Visa, Mastercard, Visa Debit, Delta, Solo and JCB Cards.
- We are also good at keeping you updated and will send you emails to let you know what stage your order is at.
All you need to do now is put your feet up and wait for the delivery so that you can get out there with your Little Trekker in their new funky gear.
I can’t order online is there another way?
If your internet is down or you simply prefer to speak to someone - give us a ring and we will happily take your order over the phone, Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, 11am - 3pm Saturday. 01226 767321.
I’m worried about security – how secure is your website?
Our website payment system is provided by Worldpay (a very well know and secure online payment facility) so you can sleep easy that all your details are secure.
Worldpay's public web servers are certified by Thawte, a public Certificate Authority, ensuring that you can have confidence that nobody can impersonate WorldPay to obtain confidential information.
Any communication between you and WorldPay is encrypted to the maximum strength supported by your browser. Data storage on WorldPay systems, and the communication between WorldPay and the worldwide banking networks, is regularly audited by the banking authorities to ensure a secure transaction environment. Worldpay also ensure that they stay up-to-date with the latest versions of any third-party code they use, and continually review their own proprietary code.
WorldPay operate in over 40 countries and is a major global leader in payment processing.
Ooops I forgot something…Can I add it to my order
We know what you mean - you click the buy button and then something else catches your eye. If you contact us straight away we can normally add it to your order so you don’t incur additional P&P charges. If your order has already been picked and packed in the warehouse it would need to be treated as an additional order.
I like your gear, any chance of an adult range?
Sorry but we specialise in Little Trekkers (not Big Trekkers) and that’s what makes us different - that’s what we’re good at, that’s what we know and that’s how it will stay.
How do I know which size will fit my Little Trekker?
You’ve sold out of the item I wanted – will you be getting anymore in?
We try really hard to keep full stocks throughout the year for our core products (apart from the obvious seasonal items). Sometimes though you surprise us and buy more of a particular product, size or colour than expected but we do try our hardest. If it’s something specific let us know. Kylie is our Queen of Stock and will do her best for you.
Is it in stock if it’s showing on your website?
Good question. We have a Techie Trekkers Team who work feverishly to update the website throughout the day to ensure that everything that is showing on the website is in stock and ready to dispatch. If lots of our customers have a sudden spending spree and buy items that were already low in stock then it could be that an item appears as available before our Techie Team have had a chance to update the website. This is usually during Sale time when we are clearing the last of our stock. Occassionally, due to human stock checking error, we may think we have an item when in fact we have just run out. However, both our Techie Team and our Warehouse are very good at their jobs, so this is quite rare.
Why is the sky blue?
Hmmmm….this one slipped through the net and we are not exactly qualified to answer but we will give it a go……
Basically when sunlight enters our atmosphere it bumps into oxygen and nitron atoms (they are gases in our atmosphere). The colour with the shorter wavelength is scattered more by this crash. Blue (and violet) are the colours with the shortest wavelengths and because our eyes are more sensitive to blue light we see the sky as blue! (just don’t ask us why the sea is blue too!).