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WINDSTOPPER ®

Washing instructions: Follow the washing instructions on the care label inside the garment. Do not use fabric softener. Always close zippers and any velcro straps before washing. It is preferable to dry garments in a drying cabinet as tumble dryers may cause greater wear. Adding heat during drying reactivates the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment on the fabric surface. The same effect can be achieved by ironing the garment on low heat.

Miscellaneous: Windstopper® is a membrane that is protected by an outer fabric. It is designed to provide the best possible breathability while remaining completely windproof at the same time. The material is water repellent to a certain degree. It is important to re-waterproof the entire garment, or exposed areas, when the outer surface is being soaked by water already in light rain. Use a re-waterproofing agent that is suitable for ‘breathable’ garments. Only re-waterproof clean garments. Adding heat after re-waterproofing your garment, by tumble drying or ironing at low temperature, will maximize the effect of the new DWR.

HAGLÖFS PROOF™

Washing instructions: Follow the washing instructions on the care label inside the garment. Do not use fabric softener. Always close zippers and any velcro straps before washing. It is preferable to dry garments in a drying cabinet as tumble dryers may cause greater wear. Adding heat during drying reactivates the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment on the fabric surface. The same effect can be achieved by ironing the garment on low heat.

Miscellaneous: PROOF™ consists of a membrane or coating that is added onto a face fabric. The material is completely waterproof, windproof and has good breathability. Drip drying your PROOF™ garment without the addition of heat may impair water-repelling qualities. It is also important to re-waterproof the entire garment, or exposed areas, when the outer surface is being soaked by water already in light rain. A ‘wetted-out’ surface may cause the cold/wet garment to lie flat on your skin – which may be perceived as if the fabric ‘leaks’. Use a re-waterproofing agent that is suitable for ‘breathable’ garments. Only re-waterproof clean garments. Adding heat after re-waterproofing your garment, by tumble drying or ironing at low temperature, will maximize the effect of the new DWR.

GORE-TEX® (Gore-Tex®, Paclite®, Gore Active Shell®)

Washing instructions: Follow the washing instructions on the care label inside the garment. Do not use fabric softener. Always close zippers and any velcro straps before washing. It is preferable to dry garments in a drying cabinet as tumble dryers may cause greater wear. Adding heat during drying reactivates the DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment on the fabric surface. The same effect can be achieved by ironing the garment on low heat.

Miscellaneous: Gore-Tex® is a membrane that is protected by an outer fabric, which is in turn adapted to suit its area of use. The garment should be kept clean to ensure that it is not clogged by dirt and its function is impaired. In order to extend the lifetime of the garment, it is also important to re-waterproof the entire garment, or exposed areas, when the outer surface is being soaked by water already in light rain. Use a re-waterproofing agent that is suitable for ‘breathable’ garments. Only re-waterproof clean garments. Adding heat after re-waterproofing your garment, by tumble drying or ironing at low temperature, will maximize the effect of the new DWR. If professionally dry-cleaned, request clear distilled solvent rinse and spray repellent.

LIGHT, WOVEN SHELL LAYERS (Ex. Shield jacket & pant)

Washing instructions: Follow the washing instructions on the care label inside the garment. Do not use fabric softener. Always close zippers and any velcro straps before washing. It is preferable to dry the garment in a drying cabinet as tumble dryers may cause greater wear.

Miscellaneous: Garments made from this type of fabrics are only lightly water repellent but not waterproof. They are however light weight and fast drying. The fabric is often a light, thin weave with high tear strength, but that may still be sensitive to sharp twigs etc. You may re-waterproof the entire garment, or exposed areas, when the outer surface is being soaked by water already in light rain. Use a re-waterproofing agent that is suitable for ‘breathable’ garments. Only re-waterproof clean garments.