Your personal information is confidential. Here is what we collect and how we use it:

~When you place an order with Johndanielfootwear.com we collect your name, address, telephone number, credit card information and your e-mail address. We use this information to fulfill your order and to communicate with you about your order.

~Johndanielfootwear.com does NOT sell, trade, or otherwise transfer outside the company personally identifiable information that you provide. Your personal information is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of "security cleared" Johndanielfootwear.com employees who have special access rights to these systems.

~If elements of our privacy policy change, we will post the policy changes to our web site. If you are concerned about how your information is used, you should check back at our Web site periodically.

~Our current technology platform requires that your browser be set to accept cookies. Cookies are bits of information that a website can transfer to your computer's hard drive in order to make online shopping easier and quicker. We do not store personal information such as your name or phone number in your cookie. The use of cookies is standard on the Internet and many major websites use them. When you log on to Johndanielfootwear.com, your cookie allows us to recognize you as a repeat customer.

~At Johndanielfootwear.com, protecting your information is a priority. We use an encryption system to protect your credit card number, name, and address, so only Johndanielfootwear.com is able to decode your information.

Sales Tax:

~The taxes charged to your credit card will reflect the applicable state and local sales taxes, and will be calculated when your order is shipped anywhere in Oklahoma.

~To be clear, the Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA), which was signed in to law on October 21, 1998, does not, as some have asserted, preclude sales and use taxes on any and all commerce conducted over the Internet. State and local governments are allowed to impose sales and use taxes on all such electronic sales, provided that the tax (and its rate) are the same as that which would be imposed on the transactions if they were conducted in a more traditional manner, such as over the phone or through mail order.
      The ITFA is intended to prevent any jurisdiction from imposing special taxes on Internet transactions, other than such taxes that a jurisdiction already has the ability to impose (e.g., sales tax). The ITFA prevents the imposition of any such taxes through October 21, 2001.
      Currently, most e-commerce companies use the same taxation rules used by mail-order companies, which are based on constitutional guidelines for interstate commerce. Generally this means that states can only require companies to collect sales tax in states where they have business operations, and as a result, a company will not collect sales tax in states where they have no business operations.


1 PAIR $8.00
2 PAIR $12.00
3 PAIR $14.00
4 PAIR $15.00

We sell to customers in the United States only.  No international sales please.


Your credit card will not be billed until your products have been shipped.

Return Policy:
Unworn shoes returned within 30 days, will receive a  full credit on the shoes including tax were applicable, freight is non refundable.