We pride ourselves in our low-maintenance clothing. Below is a detailed guide of care instructions for each product type that we offer. Most of our gear should be washed in cold water and hung to dry. All care instructions can be found on the garment label.

If you ever have any questions regarding care for your gear, please reach out to us and our team is here assist.








Upon arrival, some of our products may have slight creases due to the packaging. If you notice any of these creases, we recommend using a steamer to remove them quickly. If you do not have a steamer, ensure that the product is dry and then place it in the dryer for three to five minutes (with or without a damp, clean cloth), and the creases will disappear.


Always start any stain removal process by first testing a small, inconspicuous area on the item. If no discoloration or damage occurs, continue to the stained area. Always blot stains when attempting to remove them, never rub.

Ink Stains

Ink stains can typically be removed with diluted alcohol or lemon juice. Dampen a cotton ball with either and pat the stain. Use dry cotton balls to absorb the ink stain until the cotton ball no longer wicks ink from the fabric. Allow the garment to dry. Next, use a toothbrush and clean the stain with a drop of dishwashing detergent; scrub until the stain disappears. Rinse the garment in warm water, then blot dry with a clean towel.

Grease & Oil Stains

The best way to remove these tough stains from our gear is by using a concentrated dishwashing soap, such as Dawn. Saturate the stain with soap, use a toothbrush to scrub the stain, then wash in cold water and hang dry.

Coffee Stains

Coffee stains are generally easy to remove. Start by first trying to soak the stained area with water and hand soap, this should do the trick. To remove more stubborn coffee stains, start by blotting up the excess with a clean cloth. Mix a solution of one quart warm water, one-half teaspoon detergent and one tablespoon white vinegar and soak the stain for 15 minutes. Rinse well with water and finish up with general care instructions.

Red Wine Stains

Apply a solution of two cups water, a tablespoon of vinegar, and a tablespoon of liquid detergent. Blot with a clean dry cloth. Finish up with a wash in cold water and hang to dry.

If you ever have any questions regarding care for your gear, please reach out to us and our team is here assist.