Despite having bad luck recently, rapper and fashion icon Clifford "T.I." Harris won a legal battle over the trademark of his clothing line, A.K.O.O. T.I. created the clothing line in 2008 to fit his needs, both in the studio and on the red carpet. Aside from T.I. himself, NFL players and celebrity DJs, such as DJ MLK have been spotted donning the A.K.O.O. brand. With a unique style, it's no wonder the brand is picking up popularity. Here's your guide on where to buy A.K.O.O. clothing.
It's always easier to buy clothing at a store, partly because you can try on various styles to match your body type, and partly because humans tend to respond better to tangible items. How do you find an A.K.O.O. retailer near you? Easy, head to AKOOClothingBrand.com and click on the "Retailers" tab, enter in your city and state, and you'll have your results. For instance, in San Francisco, you can find A.K.O.O. clothing at I on Haight Street or at City Limits Fashion. Other states range from Alabama to Montana. A.K.O.O. isn't solely located in the larger cities. However, if your search results do turn blank results, there are online retailers you should know about.
These sites provide an array of clothing options gathered from clothing sites across the Internet. Here, you'll be able to compare the cost of items against other online retailers. Retail sites DrJays.com and ShiekhShoes.com are two of the main retailers for A.K.O.O. clothing and will most likely be the place of purchase for you if you go the online route. These two sites contain the latest of the line and have different return options. For instance, DrJays.com's return policy is a 30-day return policy, including all of the original packing, tags, and no wear on the clothing item or shoes. You have to pay for the return shipping, as well. ShiekShoes.com tends to offer more sale items than DrJay's, and offers deals such as free shipping on orders over $50. ShiekhShoes's return policy is a 60-day policy with merchandise shipped back in original packaging - if the item is missing some packaging, your refund will be deducted a $3 restocking fee.
Here, you'll get the most options with sizing and color. The price is slightly reduced, typically by 10%, and the return policy is extremely user-friendly. If you've ordered something that doesn't fit and you're looking for another size, send it back in the original packaging that the store provided you with a return and exchange form. Postage is paid for and you simply send it back. Make sure to detail what size you would like and several alternative options, in the case that your size isn't available at the time of the exchange. There's no evident time limit for the return, only that you return the merchandise in its original packaging.