E-Tailer Delivers An Entire Wardrobe To Try On At Home [Pics]

E-Tailer Delivers An Entire Wardrobe To Try On At Home [Pics]

Buck Mason delivers packages of basic apparel to men and they only pay for those items they want to keep.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 14 november 2013

The thing about online shopping is that you can’t really try on the clothes before buying them and sometimes you can’t really be sure of the sizes.

New e-commerce company Buck Mason proposes a simple solution.

The company delivers packages of apparel basics to men so they can try them on at home. The guys only pay for what they want to keep. Customers have five days to decide and shipping is free for the initial package and for what they send back.


Buck Mason offers classic pieces, which come in traditional colors and are all made in America.

Founded by Erik Schnakenberg and Sasha Koehn, the company aims to make it easy for men to stay in style and find clothes that fit well without going to a physical store.

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