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Jackets

Leather Jacket Care

General Care

ICON® jackets are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no jacket can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your Icon jacket thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the jacket. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your jacket. Always store your jacket in a dark, well ventilated area. Jackets are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap the jacket in plastic or other nonporous materials as the leather portions of the jacket need to breathe to avoid damage from mold or mildew. Finally, avoid exposing your jacket (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes can weaken the structure of nylon, polyester, and leather lessening its inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your jacket for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the jacket (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the jacket. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Leather - The exterior of the leather jacket can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled tooth brush. DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine
dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.

Jacket - DO NOT use a machine dryer. If your leather jacket becomes wet, dry it in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. Leather will dry better if it is placed on a towel to absorb water. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather jacket properly when it gets wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.

Hybrid Jacket Care

General Care

ICON® jackets are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt-induced abuse, but no jacket can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® jacket thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the jacket. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your jacket. Always store your jacket in a dark, well ventilated area. Jackets are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap the jacket in plastic or other nonporous materials as the leather portions of the jacket need to breathe to avoid damage from mold or mildew. Finally, avoid exposing your jacket (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes can weaken the structure of nylon, polyester, and leather lessening its inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your jacket for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the jacket (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the jacket. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in cold water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Jacket Textile Areas - Wipe the textile areas of the jacket with a soft damp cloth, this minimizes unnecessary stress on the garment. A soft bristle toothbrush works well in helping to remove any bug strikes or road debris. DO NOT use any form of oxygenated detergent, bleach, fabric softeners, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the jacket!
Jacket Leather Areas - The exterior of the leather jacket can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled toothbrush. DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Jacket - DO NOT use a machine dryer. Subjecting the jacket to a machine dryer will irreparably damage the jacket. The only recommended method for drying the jacket is drip-drying. Do not subject the jacket to direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process. DO NOT use an iron on any part of the garment. Should the leather areas of the jacket become wet, dry the jacket in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather jacket properly when it gets wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.

Textile Jacket Care

General Care

ICON® jackets are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no jacket can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your Icon jacket thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the jacket. Most Icon textile jackets use a coating on the shell material which reinforces the overall fabric matrix. Improper cleaning of the jacket could compromise the integrity of this coating leading to material failure. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your jacket. Always store your jacket in a dark, well ventilated area. Jackets are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap in plastic or other nonporous materials as this may cause the fabric to discolor. Finally, avoid exposing your jacket (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes weaken the structure of nylon and polyester textiles lessening their inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your jacket for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the jacket (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the jacket. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Jacket (Textile Areas) - Hand wash the jacket with warm water and a mild liquid laundry detergent. Hand washing minimizes unnecessary stress on the garment. A soft bristle toothbrush works well in helping to remove any bug strikes or road debris. Rinse the jacket with clean water to remove all detergent. DO NOT use any form of oxygenated detergent, bleach, fabric softeners, or dry cleaning
chemicals. These items will damage the jacket!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip dry-only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Jacket - DO NOT use a machine dryer. Subjecting the jacket to a machine dryer will damage the jacket and possibly the dryer itself. The only recommended method for drying the jacket is drip-drying. Do not subject the jacket to direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process. DO NOT use an iron on any part of the garment.

Vests

Leather Vest Care

General Care

ICON® vests are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no vest can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® vest thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the vest. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your vest. Always store your vest in a dark, well ventilated area. Vests are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap the vest in plastic or other nonporous materials as the leather portions of the vest need to breathe to avoid damage from mold or mildew. Finally, avoid exposing your vest (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes can weaken the structure of nylon, polyester, and leather lessening its inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your vest for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the vest (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the vest. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Leather - The exterior of the leather vest can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled toothbrush. DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Vest - DO NOT use a machine dryer. If your leather vest becomes wet, dry it in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. Leather will dry better if it is placed on a towel to absorb water. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather vest properly when it gets wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.

Textile Vest Care

General Care

ICON® vests are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no vest can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your Icon vest thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the vest. Most Icon textile vests use a coating on the shell material which reinforces the overall fabric matrix. Improper cleaning of the jacket could compromise the integrity of this coating leading to material failure. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your vest. Always store your vest in a dark, well ventilated area. Vests are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap in plastic or other nonporous materials as this may cause the fabric to discolor. Finally, avoid exposing your vest(or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes weaken the structure of nylon and polyester textiles lessening their inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your vest for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the vest (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the vest. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Vest (Textile Areas) - Hand wash the vest with warm water and a mild liquid laundry detergent. Hand washing minimizes unnecessary stress on the garment. A soft bristle toothbrush works well in helping to remove any bug strikes or road debris. Rinse the vest with clean water to remove all detergent. DO NOT use any form of oxygenated detergent, bleach, fabric softeners, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the vest!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip dry-only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Vest - DO NOT use a machine dryer. Subjecting the vest to a machine dryer will damage the vest and possibly the dryer itself. The only recommended method for drying the vest is drip-drying. Do not subject the vest to direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process. DO NOT use an iron on any part of the garment.

Pants

Leather Pant Care

General Care

ICON® pants are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no pant can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® pants thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the pant. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your pants. Always store your pant in a dark, well ventilated area. Pants are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap the pants in plastic or other nonporous materials as the leather portions of the pants need to breathe to avoid damage from mold or mildew. Finally, avoid exposing your pant (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes can weaken the structure of nylon, polyester, and leather lessening its inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your pant for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the pants (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the pant. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Leather - The exterior of the leather pants can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled toothbrush. DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Pant - DO NOT use a machine dryer. If your leather pants becomes wet, dry it in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. Leather will dry better if it is placed on a towel to absorb water. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather pants properly when it gets wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.

Hybrid Pant Care

General Care

ICON® pants are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no pants can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® pants, thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural, you should replace the pants. Most Icon® textile pants use a coating on the shell material which reinforces the overall fabric matrix. Improper cleaning of the pants could compromise the integrity of this coating leading to material failure. Unnecessary exposure to sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your pants. Always store your pants in a dark, well ventilated area. Pants are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap in plastic or other nonporous materials as this may cause the fabric to discolor. Finally, avoid exposing your pants (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes weaken the structure of nylon and polyester textiles lessening their inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning 

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your pants for cleaning. Remove the insulated liner from the pants (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the pants. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning 

Textile Areas - Wipe the textile areas of the pants with a soft damp cloth, this
minimizes unnecessary stress on the garment. A soft bristle toothbrush works well in helping to remove any bug strikes or road debris. DO NOT use any form of oxygenated detergent, bleach, fabric softeners, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the pants!
Leather Areas - The exterior of the leather can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled toothbrush. DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!

Drying 

DO NOT use a machine dryer. Subjecting the pants to a machine dryer will irreparably damage the pants. The only recommended method for drying the pants is drip-drying. Do not subject the pants to direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process. DO NOT use an iron on any part of the garment. Should the leather areas of the pants become wet, dry them in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather pants properly when they get wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.

Textile Pant Care

General Care

ICON® pants are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no pant can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® pant, thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural, you should replace the pant. Most Icon textile pants use a coating on the shell material which reinforces the overall fabric matrix. Improper cleaning of the pant could compromise the integrity of this coating leading to material failure. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your pant. Always store your pant in a dark, well ventilated area. Pants are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap in plastic or other nonporous materials as this may cause the fabric to discolor. Finally, avoid exposing your pant (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes weaken the structure of nylon and polyester textiles lessening their inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your pant for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the pant (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the pant. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Pant - Textile Areas - Hand wash the pant with warm water and a mild liquid laundry detergent. Hand washing minimizes unnecessary stress on the garment. A soft bristle tooth brush works well in helping to remove any bug strikes or road debris. Rinse the pant with clean water to remove all detergent. DO NOT use any form of oxygenated detergent, bleach, fabric softeners, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the pant!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Pant - DO NOT use a machine dryer. Subjecting the pant to a machine dryer will damage the pant and possibly the dryer itself. The only recommended method for drying the pant is drip-drying. Do not subject the pant to direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process. DO NOT use an iron on any part of the garment.

Royal Drive Pant Care

General Care

ICON® pants are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no pant can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® pant, thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural, you should replace the pant. Most Icon textile pants use a coating on the shell material which reinforces the overall fabric matrix. Improper cleaning of the pant could compromise the integrity of this coating leading to material failure. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your pant. Always store your pant in a dark, well ventilated area. Pants are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap in plastic or other nonporous materials as this may cause the fabric to discolor. Finally, avoid exposing your pant (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes weaken the structure of nylon and polyester textiles lessening their inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your pant for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the pant (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the pant. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Remove impact protectors before washing. Hand wash the pant in cold water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse pant with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth. Do not use bleach to clean the pant.

Drying

The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.

Leather Chaps Care

General Care

ICON® chaps are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no chap can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® chaps thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the chap. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your chap. Always store your chaps in a dark, well ventilated area. Chaps are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap the chaps in plastic or other nonporous materials as the leather portions of the chaps need to breathe to avoid damage from mold or mildew. Finally, avoid exposing your chap (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes can weaken the structure of nylon, polyester, and leather lessening its inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your chaps for washing. Remove all impact protectors (if so equipped) from the chap. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Leather - The exterior of the leather chaps can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled toothbrush.
DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!

Drying

DO NOT use a machine dryer. If your leather chaps becomes wet, dry it in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. Leather will dry better if it is placed on a towel to absorb water. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather chaps properly when it gets wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.

Textile Chaps Care

General Care

ICON® chaps are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no chap can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your ICON® chaps thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the chap. Most Icon textile chaps use a coating on the shell material which reinforces the overall fabric matrix. Improper cleaning of the chaps could compromise the integrity of this coating leading to material failure. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your chaps. Always store your chaps in a dark, well ventilated area. Chaps are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap in plastic or other nonporous materials as this may cause the fabric to discolor. Finally, avoid exposing your chaps (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes weaken the structure of nylon and polyester textiles lessening their inherent protective capabilities.

Pre-Cleaning

It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your chaps for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the chaps (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.

Cleaning

Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry
detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Textile - Hand wash the chaps with warm water and a mild liquid laundry detergent. Hand washing minimizes unnecessary stress on the garment. A soft bristle toothbrush works well in helping to remove any bug strikes or road debris. Rinse the chaps with clean water to remove all detergent. DO NOT use any form of oxygenated detergent, bleach, fabric softeners, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the chaps!

Drying

Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Chaps - DO NOT use a machine dryer. Subjecting the chaps to a machine dryer will damage the chaps and possibly the dryer itself. The only recommended method for drying the chaps is drip-drying. Do not subject the chaps to direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process. DO NOT use an iron on any part of the garment.

Footwear

Leather Boot Care​​

Cleaning

Use a suede/leather safe cleaner on the exterior leather portions of the boot only. Leather safe cleaners can be found at most shoe repair locations or retail stores specializing in leather apparel. Use a rag dampened with clean water to wipe other exterior textire portions of the boot (buckles, plates, or sole). Note that leather safe cleaner may darken the leather of the boot. be sure to test any leather safe cleaner on a an incomspicuous location, first, before cleaning the boot. Do not use solvents or other toxic substances to clean the boots. Do not use hair dryers or other heaters to dry the boots after cleaning.

Maintenance

Regularly condition the exterior leather portions of the boots with a quality suede/leather-safe conditioner. Apply suede/leather conditioner to exterior leather portions only. Do not apply leather conditioner to, boot interior, zippers, hood and loop fastening material, or sole. Suede/leather safe conditioners can be found at most shoe repair locations or retail stores specializing in leather apparel.

Storage

Store the boots in a dry, ventilated area away from sunlight or direct heat. Ensure that they cannot be crushed, hit, dropped, or otherwise damaged by impact, and that they are not stored under heavy objects. Do not store the boots with their weight distributed across a few, single points only. If wet after use, before storing, dry boots in a ventilated space at room temperature; do not use hair dryers or other heaters.

Transport

When transporting the boots do not leave them in a closed car for long perios of time and expose them to extremely high or low temperatures. Ensure that they cannot be crushed, hit, dropped, or otherwise damaged by impact and that they are not transported under heavy objects.

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