In developing and making your Tribesports wear, attention has been paid to the details to ensure that you have a premium quality product to help you look great and get the best out of your workout - whether it’s a quick jog around the block or a full on training session.
Here are some care tips to keep your kit in tip top condition and working hard for you for as long as possible.
ALWAYS CHECK THE DETAILS ON YOUR CARE LABEL:
The care label in your product gives garment-specific info on how to care for your performance wear.
All of our products have easy tear-out care labels (we know how it is, you don’t want labels in your way, making you itch whilst you work out). In case you forgot to check the care details before whipping your labels off - here is a copy of the care details for each product:
KEEP YOUR GARMENTS IN PB FORM:
Light and Bright - Color Care: Always separate out your colors for washings - whites with whites, lights with lights, brights with brights, darks with darks - simple! This will help keep your product looking its best for as long as possible.
When your garments are wet, be sure to keep them away from other fabrics
Do not dry against direct heat - to get the longest lifespan from your performance wear, hang your garments to air dry immediately after the wash cycle is completed.
Do not tumble dry - we recommend that you air dry all of your Tribesports products. This will help maintain the spandex fibres and keep your garment in shape and looking good (just like you)
Do not use fabric softener - due to the natural qualities of your performance fabrics, we do not recommend using fabric softener. The performance fabrics have a very soft finish and the technical (wicking) treatments perform better when fabric softener is not used.
Make sure all zips on your garments are closed before washing
Flip reverse it - was your garments inside out and avoid mixing soft, delicate performance fabrics with more harsh fabrics and trims (like denim or Velcro) – they can effect the look and feel of your performance fabrics.
If any of your product care questions have not been answered here, please check out the FAQ section.