LOOK AFTER YOUR KIT.
Good kit also requires good care. We could tell you to wash by hand at 30 degrees with a drop of rosewater and dry flat on a bed of warm pebbles but we won’t because we don’t and you probably won’t either.
We know you’ll be reluctant to wash away the salt marks from a tough day in the saddle, but we can’t live in the past and we’re sure you’ll want to wear your kit again as soon as it’s dry enough.
So, wash at no higher than 30 degrees with your normal detergent (preferably liquid) and use the sport cycle or the normal wash cycle. We recommend using a sports wash or laundry sanitiser if the weight of sweat soaked into the kit is enough to drown a small hamster. Please avoid using conditioners and softeners as it affects the wicking properties of the fabric.