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Garment Care

We want your kit to last as long as possible, to ensure this, please follow the wash care label inside each garment carefully.

We recommend washing our products at 30 degrees to preserve the lifespan of our range, keep colours bright and retain the properties of our performance fabrics.

In some sports, mud, grass and sweat stains go with the territory. In these cases, there are some actions that you can take to help:

  1. Wash playing kit as soon as possible after playing, don’t leave it to dry or the stains can fix.
  2. Don’t leave dirty or wet kit in your kit bag, this can cause dye transfer and or staining.
  3. Before laundering, remove any surface dirt with water or by hand. If grass or mud is still visible, soak the items in cold water until they are ready to be washed. This will help to remove stains and prevent them from sticking.
  4. Stubborn stains can be treated with undiluted detergent applied directly or a non- bleach stain remover. Always test on an inconspicuous area first.

We do not recommend tumble drying, hang or flat dry garments. Do not leave wet items folded or piled up, as this can cause dye transfer and damage to prints.

Do not tumble dry or dry clean as this can damage the fabrics/ prints and affect the performance of the product.

Do not use fabric softener or bleach.

Always wash socks separately; this is even more important if they are darker than your kit.
Most items will not need ironing, if they do, use a cool setting and avoid printed logos, numbers or names.


We are conscious of the impact our products have on the environment, for this reason, we recommend washing at 30 degrees or colder. This will not only make your garment last longer thus sending less products to land fill, but will also reduce the energy used in laundering.

Much of the electricity used by a washing machine during washing is used to heat the water rather than power the drum.

To save energy and cut electricity bills, wash your clothes at lower temperatures. By doing this you will save 40% more energy compared to washing at 40 degrees.