You have purchased a premium product made from carefully selected materials that requires a bit more TLC than other more run-of-the-mill items.
Our garments are a tool to get the best results in your training sessions. Here are some tips to help you keep them in peak conditions so that you can perform at your best.
Washing a garment affects the fabric and seams. Therefore, you should wash your cycling kit separately from other garments or accessories to avoid friction.
Before washing, turn them inside out.
You can wash them by hand, but always use a laundry bag, a delicate cycle and lukewarm water (max. 30°C).
Do not use bleach or fabric softener. Use only a mild liquid detergent.
Do not soak, wring out or rub. Do not spin-dry after washing. To remove excess water from your kit, gently squeeze it by hand.
Dry your kit on a flat surface or hang it to dry, but do not tumble dry.
Storing your kit
After each ride, hang your garments in a well-ventilated space or wash them immediately. It is important not to leave them lying around and damp.
Do not hang your kit in direct sunlight.
Do not store damp clothes in an unventilated place.
If you tend to sweat a lot, rinse garments with water after each use to protect the fibres from bacterial damage that can cause the fabric to deteriorate.