Kit Grading - a Guide.........

Grading: Every surplus item we sell goes through a minimum 5-point quality-control check before going on sale. If a fault is found, we generally have the facility to fix it - that's why one of our mottos is "Need SURPLUS? We've got it SORTED!" Most budgets are catered for: 'Grade 2': This, typically, will be a well-worn / fabric-blemished / and / or repaired as necessary product but still deemed serviceable. 'Grade 1': All round good order with strong colour - typically 75% of wear still remaining. May have small repairs (product dependent) and / or with light fabric-blemishing. 'Supergrade': Typically of re-issue condition / top-notch / best you can get used Surplus. 'New': Generally selling for approx. half of their real worth. N.B. We also have a highly detailed 'split grading' policy. i.e. if an item is 'in between' Grades - for example, a 'Grade 1' may qualify as a Grade "1+".