Search Tips and Tricks:
- Locating large sizes (2XL and up):
Perform a search for the product you want adding the size desired to it. For instance, if you want a
desert camo shirt in size 3XL, your ideal search query would be: desert camo shirt
If you want to find everything in your size do a search just for your size: 2XL, 3XL, 4XL or 5XL
etc. The more common sizes like 2 and 3XL will generate many, many results. It's best to try to
narrow it down a little more.
All large sizes are referred to using this standard: #XL. so when searching for particular size it
is best to use this format in your query.
- If you've found a product you want, but it's offered in average sizes and you need it in a 2XL or
larger, rather than hunting around for it use this simple trick.
Click and drag to highlight the name of the product and then right-click and select copy from the
menu. [hit Cmd+C on Macs]
Put your mouse pointer over the search box and right-click and select paste [hit Cmd+V on Macs]
With your cursor still in the search box add a space, type your size and hit enter to see the
Note: this type of search will yield only that one specific product in the one size specified and
only if such a size exists. 2XL and 3XL are fairly common in most mens/unisex clothing. 4XL and
above are less common, but are available for a wide variety of products.
Womens clothing usually only comes in sizes XS-XL. There are however a several 2XL items. To find
these perform a search for: Womens 2XL
Childrens clothing mostly comes in sizes XS through XL or 2-20. Toddlers and Infants in 3-6mo,
9-12mo, 12-18mo and 2T through 4T.
- Sizes XS through XL are options of the main products and therefore you should conduct your search
for the item without indicating size.
- Case is irrelevant. Use of upper or lowercase or any combination thereof will yield the same exact
- Searches are a handy way to find things quickly, but no search system is perfect. Sometimes it is
actually quicker and easier to find your products by navigating our simple category structure. The
majority of subcategories are only two clicks away.
If you want a camo baseball cap it's as simple as clicking Headwear > Camouflage Baseball Caps.
If you want womens bikinis it'd be one extra click: Clothing > Womens Camouflage > Camouflage
- If you are looking for something specific do be specific. Our search supports partial matching. So
generalized queries may result in too many products in which you are not interested.
- How specific is too specific? Generally speaking, three word queries yield the best results when you
are searching for an array of like items. Phrases like Pink Camo Sweatshirt, Black Combat Boots or
Khaki Shoulder Bag will yield a good amount of relevant results.
Avoid using the term T-Shirt. Instead use shirt. Augment your search with long sleeve or a color to
narrow the results.
Avoid using plurals in your searches unless standard for that item (sunglasses, socks, shoes). Using
plurals on normally singular terms will show only items that contain plurals in their titles. Using
the singular will display items of either variation.
Do not use quotes to narrow the results. Our search feature does not support using quotation marks.
- Spelling errors (on either side) can often lead to you not finding what it is you want. If your
search doesn't turn up what you expected try either looking up the spelling to see if you made a
typo or try searching for part of the word. For instance, if you're looking for a blue camouflage
jacket and are not finding what you expected try using the term blue camo jacket or maybe blue camo
coat. Our search supports partial word matching.