This article applies to selling in: Singapore

Apparel and Shoes

Important: If you supply products for sale on Amazon, you must comply with all laws and Amazon policies that are applicable to those products and product listings. For details on available categories, go to Overview of Categories.

The content below is for guidance only. Amazon reserves the right to remove any listing it considers to be inappropriate for sale for any reason.

Examples of permitted listings:

  • Clothing in New condition
  • Shoes in New condition
  • Bags and other accessories in New condition

Examples of prohibited listings

  • Clothing, shoes, bags, and accessories in used condition Real fur, or products containing real fur, of any animal, whether from farmed or wild animals. Click here for guidance on how to identify real fur from fake fur.
  • Parts, products, or ingredients from or containing:
    • baby harp seal and hooded seal skins
    • seals or other pinnipeds (sea lions and walruses)
    • cats or dogs
    • endangered or threatened species (such as alligators, caimans, crocodiles, elephants (including elephant ivory), kangaroos, mountain lions, coral, sea turtles (including their shells), snakes, and most reptile skins)
    • shark, whale, dolphin or porpoise
    • untanned animal hides and skins (either with or without hair or fur)

This includes skin, leather, fur, or feathers.

Note: Sellers who list prohibited items can have their selling privileges removed, either temporarily or permanently.

Listing via seller fulfilled only

Note that orders for items under the Apparel and Shoes category must be self-shipped currently. Select the seller fulfilled option when creating offers for products under this category. If you try to convert an offer in Apparel and Shoes from MFN to FBA for sending to Amazon Singapore's fulfilment centre (FC), you will receive the following error message when selecting your inventory: "This product must be removed from the shipment, because there are currently no fulfilment centres in the destination country capable of receiving this product".

Note: Singapore is a member of The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which regulates international trade in CITES-listed species of animals and plants as well as their parts and products made from these animals and plants. For more details on the CITES regulations, go to

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