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Care guide

Care guide


Our rubber boots are a craft that needs to be taken care of for the longest possible lifespan. All our rubber boots are made with natural rubber free from PVC, phthalates and fluorocarbons.

If the rubber boots need to be cleaned, this is best done with a soft brush and lukewarm water. Once the boots have dried, you can apply a silicone-based agent with a dry cloth. This will give your rubber boots an extra layer of protection and give them a shiny new look. When you are not using your boots, it is important to store them properly. The best way is to store them in a dry, dark place at room temperature. It is important to remember to never dry your boots on a radiator or in a drying cabinet as the rubber dries out and can then crack.

When using the rubber boots, condensation can form inside. Therefore, all our rubber boots have a removable insole that makes it easier to wet and dry the boot.

A hybrid shoe is a mixture of a rubber boot and an everyday shoe. To clean your hybrid shoe, wash it in lukewarm water with a soft sponge or cloth. Do not use strong detergents containing oil or acid. The fabric has a dirt-repellent surface that may need to be touched up over time to prevent dirt from sticking to the fabric. Use a biodegradable impregnation free of PFAS.

When using the shoes, condensation can form inside, so all our hybrid shoes have a removable insole to make it easier to air and dry the shoe.

To avoid dirt and stains, impregnate with biodegradable PFAS-free before use. When cleaning the shoes, use a soft brush with mild soap or detergent designed for shoes. Then scrub the dirt off the brush and rinse under water.

We do not recommend washing the shoes in the washing machine. This can cause the glue on the outsole to come off and the upper to become discoloured. If you still decide to machine wash your shoes, we advise you to do so on a low heat in a washing bag.

Suede and leather trainers should be impregnated before use.

The best way to keep your suede shoes clean and in good condition for a long time is to brush off the dirt immediately after use.

Leather shoes are easily cleaned by wiping them with a wet cloth and periodically polishing them with shoe polish for extra protection.


It's important that you take care of your clothes so the quality and durability will maintain. We manufacture products from carefully selected materials with high quality to give you the best conditions for lifelong products. With that comes care advice.

If it's not the current season, we recommend that you keep your garments hanging or completely flat. Then there will be no wear where it otherwise would be fold. Avoid storage clothes in too high heat and in spaces where humidity varies greatly.

PU – material means that the garments are both wind and waterproof without the need for impregnation or finishing. All our PU garments are free of PVC and fluorocarbon.

Clothes with PU - material can be wash at 40 °C, but we recommend not to exceed 30 °C. The best way to clean your clothes is with a damp cloth. Remember to turn the clothes inside out when drying, as this helps it dry faster.

Clothes with waterbased PU - material can be wash at 30 °C. The best way to clean your clothes is with a damp cloth. Remember to turn the clothes inside out when drying, the PU coating does not let any air through

Fleece material should not be wash more than necessary. The best advice is to be airing the clothes and spot wash in case of stains. To avoid unnecessary wear, don't dry with heat like dryers and drying cabinets. The fleece material dries quickly, so hang up your clothes with a hanger instead.

Wool is a material that don't attract so much dirt. It's usually enough to just brush it off and air the wool garment to keep it clean. If the clothes need a more proper wash, it's important to make it careful. All products that we offer with wool are mix with synthetic fibers. It's good to wash with a laundry bag to spare the garment but also collect the microfibers.

Remember to use detergents that are adapted for wool and preferably a wool program. If the dryers don't offer that, you can instead use the hand washing program.

Outer garments that "breathe" are made with membrane material. It means that there are like small pores in the fabric that let the heat through from us, but they don't let water droplets through from the outside. Which makes the clothes waterproof and breathable.

You should regularly treat the garments with impregnation to protect the membrane. Avoid high spin speeds and temperatures above 40 °C when you are washing. For the well-being of clothes, use a special detergent intended for waterproof clothing and never use rinse aid. It blocks the fine pores of the membrane and destroys the properties of the material. It's important to reactivate impregnation in clothes after washing. This can be done by tumble drying or ironing the garment. But remember not to use too high heat.