What is a cookie?
A cookie is a tiny data file that gets sent to your computer or other device when you visit a website, and it's stored on your computer's hard drive.
Different types of cookies serve different purposes. They can enable efficient navigation between various pages on a website, remember your preferences, and help us identify ways to enhance your site experience. Some cookies are used to provide advertising that's more relevant to your interests or to measure the number of site visits and most popular pages.
Broadly, there are two types of browser cookies: (i) session cookies, stored in your computer's memory during a browsing session and automatically deleted when the browser is closed or the session ends, and (ii) persistent cookies, stored on your computer and not deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies can retain user preferences for a specific website for future browsing sessions.
Cookies help us tailor your website experience and deliver a superior online service.
Beyond cookies essential for our website's operation, we use the following types of cookies to enhance our website and services:
Functional Cookies – These improve your experience on our website by remembering your cart and currency and allowing an omnichannel experience within our retail locations using tools like Hubspot and Dotdigital.
Performance Cookies – These help analyze anonymous data on how users navigate and interact with the website, provided by Google Analytics and HotJar.
Targeting or Advertising Cookies – These are set by us and third parties to inform third parties about your browsing habits, enabling you to receive advertising most relevant to you through Google Ads.
Social Media Cookies – These are set by Facebook to let you share your activities on the website with social media.
Sharing of data from cookies
We will not sell or share your personal information with third parties.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, and your use of this website implies your consent to this website setting cookies on your computer or other device.
You can disable cookies on most web browsers. If you prefer this website not to set cookies on your computer or other device, you can either refrain from using the site and delete any existing cookies, or alter your browser settings to disable cookies. However, as cookies enable some of this website's essential features, we recommend you leave them turned on.
Learn more about cookies
For more information about cookies in general, you can either Google it or visit allaboutcookies.org or aboutcookies.org.uk.
For a guide to behavioral advertising and online privacy, check out the internet advertising industry's guide at [insert website here]. The guide explains the Internet Advertising Bureau's self-regulatory scheme to give you more control over the advertising you see.