Is it possible? The answer is… no. But kind of. Allow me to explain.
Rtic won’t ship any items to North Korea, or anywhere else outside of the U.S. for that matter.
But there’s a fairly straightforward workaround to get any item sold on the Rtic online store delivered to North Korea. Best of all, it’s really inexpensive to do.
How to Deliver Items from the Rtic Online Store to North Korea
To ship items from Rtic internationally, you’ll need a physical address located in the United States.
The United States address is where you’ll receive the items that you order from Rtic.
But wait one minute! How is it possible to have an address in the United States when you don’t live there, and neither do your relatives?
United States companies called “freight forwarders” offer US addresses to foreign customers. The foreign customers then use these addresses for purposes of international shipping.
When you open an account with a freight forwarder, you receive a US-based address. You can then easily order from any US-based company by using your US address.
MyUS is our personal favorite Freight Forwarder.
They combine a reliable and convenient service with a fair price. They do not charge additional taxes or unnecessary fees and have a relatively low rate.
We’ve used them to ship packages abroad for years now.
Hopefully, you can now see how it all works. When ordering from the Rtic store, or any other U.S.-only store for that matter, you simply get the packages shipped to the U.S. based address.
Your packages will then be shipped to the address that MyUS supplied you with.
Buy Your Product(S) From the Rtic Online Store
The freight forwarder accepts the package on your behalf.
Once the package is received, the freight forwarder will ship the package directly to you in North Korea.
If you have several packages, MyUS can bundle the packages into one order. That way you’ll receive all of your items together instead of one at a time.
The benefit of this service is you can order from anywhere in the United States and get your items shipped to North Korea.