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Cordura Jacket

Shell Jacket

Midlayer Fleece

Cordura Pants

Cordura Bib Pants

Shell Pants

Cordura Pants Woman

Merino Wool Long Sleeve

Midlayer Fleece

Classic Cap Charcoal/Blaze

Classic Cap Charcoal/Black

Washing instructions

Cordura style
 Cordura is an extremely durable material consisting of synthetic fiber (Polyamide) and 3% Elastane. This is to give a quiet, durable garment that breathes, dries quickly and lasts for many years. To get the most out of your garment, it is good to think about following the recommended maximum washing temperature (40 degrees), choose a card -e.g. synthetic program on the machine, dries on low or medium heat and irons on low heat.
Use detergents without bleach and optical brighteners. Bleach destroys the textile and optical brightener changes the appearance and is visible to the game.
Do not use fabric softener.
If you want to wax your Cordura garment, it works, but remember to use low heat. Waxing makes the fabric slightly more wind and moisture resistant and to some extent more dirt resistant but breathes less depending on the amount of wax you use.
Close the zipper and remove the trouser hook on garments that have it before washing.

Midlayer Fleece
Midlayer fleece is advantageously washed in a laundry bag, especially the first washes to minimize microfiber coming out with the wastewater. To get the most out of your garment, it is good to remember to follow the recommended maximum washing temperature (40 degrees), choose a card -e.g. synthetic program on the machine.
Use detergents without bleach and optical brighteners. Bleach destroys the textile and optical brightener changes the appearance and is visible to the game.
Do not use fabric softener.
Close the zipper before washing.

Merino Wool Long Sleeve
The sweater is made of 100% Merino wool for the best possible function. To get the most out of your sweater, you should wash it on a wool program or short program in a maximum of 30 degrees. Do not use fabric softener, bleach detergent, or optical brightener. Dry the sweater hanging or flat without heat.
Keep in mind that a sweater made of Merino wool rarely needs to be washed as often as a sweater made of another fiber, it is usually enough to hang the sweater airy for it to feel fresh thanks to the wool's natural properties.

Shell style
A well-kept membrane garment keeps its properties and function for a long time. To get the most out of your garment both wet and dry, you sometimes need to wash but also impregnate it.
Wash on a gentle program, preferably with little or no spin. Drying the garment in low heat in a dryer helps to regain the properties of the materials after washing.
Re-impregnation can be done either after washing, or prewash, using an impregnating agent intended for impregnation in a washing machine (then follow the instructions for the product and the washing thread in the garment), or by applying impregnation afterwards, e.g. by spraying on.
We recommend that you choose an impregnating agent without PFC or highly fluorinated substances with regard to our environment and health.
Close all zippers and release on tighteners before washing.