Product care

For your garments to work well for a long time, it is important to take care of them properly. Here we have collected useful details on how to wash and care for products made of different materials. Many garments contain a mixture of different materials, so always follow the care instructions given inside the garment.

How to care for garments with membranes

Wash the garments regularly

When sweat and dirt accumulate on the garment, it closes the pores of the membrane and makes the garment less breathable. Therefore, to maintain the function of the membrane, you need to wash the garments frequently. Use unscented detergents that are designed for breathable garments and avoid fabric softener as it seals the pores of the garment. Close zippers, loosen elastic cords and fasten all Velcro before washing. Preferably no spinning.

Tumble dry to restore function

After washing, garments should be lightly tumble-dried on a low heat as the heat from the tumbler restores the function of the impregnation. If you do not have access to a dryer, you can use a hair dryer and heat the garment after it has dried.


A dry outer fabric is essential for the garment to breathe. In the case of membrane garments, the outside of the fabric is therefore impregnated with a water repellent that breaks down during use. If the outer fabric of the garment starts to absorb water, it will cover the body and the material will not breathe at all. It is then important to impregnate the garment. Use impregnating agents designed for breathable garments. With regular washing and impregnation of the garment, you will get the maximum benefit from your technical garment.


Machine wash at the specified temperature. The machine should be half full. Spinning for one minute only. In a separate centrifuge only half a minute. The lines under the tub indicate extra caution.


Bamboo is naturally antibacterial and odor-resistant and therefore does not need to be washed after each use, but can be used 2-3 times before washing. However, you should air the garments after each use. The garments cannot be dried in a tumble dryer. Follow the garment's washing instructions.


Cotton garments are resistant to washing and durable. For best results, it can be ironed while still damp.


Polyester is the most widely used material in functional clothing. A durable material used in most outer fabrics and linings in our garments. Washable at 40° and impregnated if necessary.


Polyamide is often referred to as nylon, the trade name for polyamide. It is a quick-drying material with a focus on durability. Wash at 40° and impregnate if necessary.


Leather is a durable and malleable material that, if handled properly, will only get more beautiful over time. At least once a year, your leather products should be cleaned. This can be done with a damp cloth and a mild soap. Then dry with a clean damp cloth. After cleaning, it is important to moisturize the leather with leather grease, applied with a lint-free cloth on a well-cleaned surface. Allow the grease to soak in for a few hours and then wipe off any excess grease. Avoid keeping your leather products in direct sunlight, which will bleach and dry them out.


For washing wool, there are special detergents that are particularly suitable and increase the life of the garment. Follow the washing instructions and hand wash garments that are not labeled Superwash or machine wash. Wool fiber is dirt-repellent and garments can be used 3-4 times before washing, but it is important to air the garment after use.


Can also be referred to as spandex or lycra. With elastane, it is important to follow the washing instructions carefully. If garments with elastane are exposed to higher temperatures than indicated, the elastane threads can melt and the garment loses its elasticity. Fabric softener can also damage the threads and make them loose, making the garment less breathable.