How to wash and take care of your cap

Our caps are a combination of fine fabrics and great craftsmanship, all designed to last. Like any other garment, it should be well taken care of. By continuous cleaning and care, you can increase the longevity and wear of your cap which benefits both you and the environment! Depending on the fabric, you can wash a baseball cap, but it should always be washed by hand, using proper care.

Below, we break down how we recommend maintaining your cap based on the material it is made of.

Cap Storage

Generally we put cap in wardroom with our cloth, It may damage the hard crown of your cap. So, if you don't have separate section for cap storage then use corrugated box. 

Cap Travel

The construction and fit are key elements of our caps. It is important that you maintain the cap’s shape as well as possible. To achieve this, we recommend avoiding adding any unnecessary weight to your cap that could alter its shape. When traveling, we recommend using our packaging box to ensure your cap looks the same when you arrive at your destination as it did when you departed.



Always look after your cap following excessive use and sweating. If your cap comes in contact with sweat, chlorinated pool water or other chemicals, it may experience discoloration, in which case it is important that you remove these liquids as soon as possible. If you use your cap for activities, we recommend selecting a more technical fabric such as our Sports Series or Seaqual Series, that can be easily rinsed and washed after use.



Some models can be hand washed, but it is critical to consider what you wash a cap with. The best way to wash a cap is by using warm water and a mild textile detergent without bleach (study the care label inside the cap first). Dry the cap by filling it out with a towel to help maintain the beautiful shape and avoid wrinkles. Keep away from direct heat such as radiators or sunlight while drying. PLEASE NOTE: Washing will affect the shine of the fabrics and can cause fuzzing or pilling. The viscose lining may also shrink during washing. Never machine wash your cap and always be sure to check the care label within the headband.

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