Cookies

Information about the use of cookies

By using army-star.eu, you accept the use of cookies.

Ownership and contact information

This website is managed and owned by:
Army-Star.eu
c/o Basiswear I/S
Nannasgade 28
2200 København N
Denmark
CVR: 32086292

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in your web browser while you are browsing a website. Cookies are not computer programs and do not contain viruses.

How do we use cookies?

Cookies are necessary in order to make the website function properly. By using cookies we learn which web pages you might like to see next time you visit our website. A cookie does not store information which can be traced back to you, but are used by us in order to learn about our customers’ behavior and preferences, to identify trends, obtain statistics etc. Cookies remember, for example, which products are in your shopping cart, whether you have previously visited our website, whether you are logged in, what language and currency you prefer etc. We also use cookies to target advertisements and optimise sales.

Here is an overview of the website's use of cookies:

Strictly necessary cookies:

These cookies are always enabled, and are required for site functionality.  These include cookies that allow you to be remembered as you explore the site. They help make the shopping cart and checkout process run smoothly, among other things.

  • All content on this website is stored and administered through Magento CMS Platform, which adds cookies that recognise you as you are browsing the website and remember whether you are logged in.
  • We use the FDIH's (Association for Danish Internet Trade) cookie script to see if you have been informed about the use of cookies on our website. The FDIH do not save any information when using this cookie.

Preference cookies

These cookies ensure that users achieve an optimal experience when browsing our website. Examples include language preferences, or options which simplify browsing and navigation. No information which can be traced back to specific users are collected with these cookies.

  • Videos on this website are published via YouTube. YouTube use cookies to register which videos are played and how much of the video the user has seen. YouTube cookies are called Flash cookies.

Management and optimisation cookies

Management and optimisation cookies are used to manage the website. They function to count the number of visitors or other information for analysis. The cookies are also used for feedback. These cookies may to some extent collect information which can be traced back to specific users.

We analyse user behaviour on our website by using Good Analytics. Information regarding your use (traffic and IP address) collected by the cookie are sent to and saved by Google's servers in the U.S. You can disable cookies from Google Analytics by clicking this link.

Marketing - anonymous tracking across websites

These cookies trace users across various websites. The cookies may be used to build profiles which show searches different users have made, or which websites they have visited. These cookies may store information which can be traced back to specific users or contain specific information about the user. Anonymous information may be shared with a third party.

  • Cookies from Facebook show a "like" button and information about which of your Facebook friends like a fan page. Facebook give access to a statistics tool (Facebook Insights) which shows information about Facebook use.

Marketing - targeted advertising

These cookies are used to track searching and reading habits. The collected information is used to show individualised marketing content, such as banners. Use of these cookies may involve storage and utilisation of information which can be traced back to the user, and may be used to display content adapted to individual users and/or sharing of this information with a third party for the same purpose.

  • We cooperate with Advertising Agencies on the utilisation of Analytics, Adwords og Google Display network for management of internet advertisements in an attempt to display advertisements which are relevant to you.
  • We cooperate with Advertising Agencies on email marketing for the purpose of displaying newsletters and follow-up emails which are relevant to you.

How to prevent or delete cookies

Preventing cookies
You can always prevent cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you will find the settings depends on which browser you are using. Please note that you will not be able to use a series of functions and services if you prevent cookies, as they require that the website remembers the choices you have made.

Deleting cookies

You can always prevent cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you will find the settings depends on which browser you are using. Please note that you will not be able to use a series of functions and services if you prevent cookies, as they require that the website remembers the choices you have made.


Deleting cookies
You can easily delete cookies which you have previously accepted. If you are using a PC with a recent browser, you can delete cookies by using the shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + Delete and uncheck "cookies". It is not necessary to select the remaining fields in order to delete a cookie. If the shortcut does not work, or you are using a Mac, you must begin by identifying which browser you are using and consequently click the relevant link.

Note: If you are using several browsers, you must only delete cookies in the browser(s) in which you have visited army-star.eu .

Questions and complaint guidelines

You can always contact our customer support if you have any questions regarding cookies. Contact customer support on +45 88 27 67 86 or fill out the contact form on our customer support page.

Filing a complaint against the use of cookies on army-star.eu

army-star.eu is part of FDIH's (Association for Danish Internet Trade) cookie brand, and if you as a user feel that the website does not comply with cookie regulations, you can direct your complaint to FDIH.

Before you send your complaint to the FDIH, the following conditions must be fulfilled:

  • You have previously complained to the party responsible for the web page in question with a detailed description of where and how the website does not comply with the Danish guidelines.
  • Your complaint has been rejected, or has not been treated within 30 weekdays after reception of the complaint.
If you fulfil the conditions above, you must send your complaint to the FDIH at kontakt@fdih.dk. The complaint must include:

  • Your name
  • Your address
  • Your email address
  • Your phone number
  • The URL of the website ( www.army-star.eu)
  • A detailed description of the content of the complaint
  • Documentation of previous complaint