Care instructions must be followed carefully to avoid damaging your gear in the wash!

Washing instruction

What kind of detergent should I use?

You can use adequate “black”, “white” or “color” detergents. Some detergents cause discoloration or can have a detrimental effect on the fabric. It is very important to choose high quality detergents that do not harm the fabric. Do not use oxygenated detergent.

What mode and temperature should I set my washing machine?

Always set the washing machine at 20 or 30 °C maximum. Do not use any special mode. Prefer short cycles of 30 minutes. Never exceed cycles longer than 1 hour.

Is it safe to use bleach?

No. Bleach will remove color from the fabric and weaken the fibers. The fabric will lose flexibility and become crumbly. Bleach will also make the leather of your pant dry out, shrink, and remove the finish of the leather. The damages caused by bleach is permanent and cannot be undone.

What should I do when the gear is full of mud?

You can hose off as much dirt as possible under low pressure. After most of the mud has been washed, dip in water before washing.

Other recommendations

Wash the gear as soon as possible after your riding session. If you leave your kit unwashed for a few days, stains are less likely to come off. We recommend that you close the zipper and buckle of the pant before washing. Always put an anti-discoloration wipe when washing your kit. Wash pants and gloves individually at all times.

Drying instructions

Never tumble dry. Do not dry in the sun. All items must be air dried. Wait for the cloths to be fully dry before storing them.

Storing Instructions

Avoid prolonged exposure to the sunlight. Store in a well-ventilated area to allow the fabrics and leather to breathe. Prefer a dark place. Do not wrap the cloths in plastic bags to avoid damage from mold.

Motocross kits can handle extreme conditions, but they need extra care if you want them to last at their highest potential. Pants leather need some maintenance over time if you want to keep them strong and flexible. You can apply some specific product to nourish the leather occasionally.


  • Use “black”, “white”, and “color” detergents.
  • Wash at 20 or 30°C.
  • Wash short cycles of 30 minutes.
  • Always use anti-discoloration wipe.
  • Hose off the mud if very dirty.
  • Dip in water before washing.
  • Wash as soon as possible.
  • Close the zipper and buckle of your pant.
  • Air dry.
  • Store ventilated.
  • Store in the dark.
  • Wash pants and gloves individually.
  • Apply some leather conditioner to your pant occasionally.


  • Wash hotter than 30°C.
  • Wash longer than 1 hour.
  • Wash on special cycles.
  • Bleach.
  • Iron.
  • Tumble dry.
  • Pressure wash.
  • Use oxygenated detergents.
  • Leave your kit unwashed.
  • Store non-ventilated.
  • Prolonged exposure to the sunlight.

All the instructions above are indicative if you want to keep your kit fresh and the colors bright for as long as possible. Non respect of these instructions can cause damage to your kit. Warranty does not apply if damage is caused by neglecting these instructions.