Care Instructions


- Machine wash cold, inside-out, gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colors.
- No fabric softeners
- Use non-chlorine bleach, only on white fabric, when necessary.

- Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life

- Cool iron inside-out if necessary
- Do not iron directly on design
- Do not dry clean

For Champion Jackets:
- Hang dry or dry flat in areas with plenty of ventilation
- Do not iron. The inner coating and seam will melt if it comes in contact with high heat, and will ruin your iron & jacket


Dad Hats:
-Fill a sink or bucket with cold water 
-Add 1/4 of a strip of of a non harsh / no bleach laundry detergent (dish soap works too) and stir gently. 
-Place your hat in the soapy water, making sure it is completely submerged 
-Allow hat to soak for around 10 minutes before removing from water
-Use a tooth brush or a small scrub brush to clean off any stubborn dirt
-Rinsing under cold running tap until all suds are gone
-Place on flat surface or towel rack to dry


Hand Wash 

This method is the best for knitted and synthetic fabric beanies:

Check the label to make sure the material is suitable for hand-washing. Nylon, acrylic, and polyester are some of the materials that bond well with hand washing.

Fill up a large bowl or sink with cold water. Add a small amount of mild detergent: for every gallon of water, use one teaspoon of detergent. Use your hand to stir the water until the detergent is evenly distributed.

Put your beanie into the mixture and keep swirling for about 5 minutes. Do not try to stretch the beanie because that will lead to a permanent loss of shape. By the time the 5 minutes expire, over 98% of the dirt will be gone. If your hat is stained, massage it with the detergent thoroughly. You can also soak your beanies longer to remove all the stubborn stains.

Use clean cold water to rinse your beanies: squeeze your beanies hard against the bottom or side of the sink or bowel. Create a ball shape with your beanie then press it on a hard surface to lose most of the water. Stay away from wringing as it will destroy its elasticity and shape.

Roll up the beanies in a towel to remove extra moisture: if there is still some moisture left, put your beanie on a towel, roll it inside and press it gently to absorb the water. Make sure you are using a clean and larger towel than the beanie.

Air-dry your beanies. Do not fall to the temptation of using a dryer.

Machine Wash

Beanies made of cotton blends, and pure cotton can be washed in a machine. If you don’t see the label, don’t take the risk. Wash your beanie with hand.

Prevent your beanie from stretching by putting it in a laundry bag: Beanies are notorious for stretching, especially when you wash them in a machine. Stay ahead of this problem by putting them in a laundry bag. Draw the strings and your beanie is ready for a thorough wash.

Only soak your beanies with clothes in the same color, with cold water. Use a mild detergent and don’t pour it directly. introduce the detergent via the exterior drawer. Pouring the soap directly will lead to some portions absorbing more detergent than other others. Some areas will be more washed than others.

Use light / gentle cycle setting with cold water: when the settings are too high, your hats will lose it's shape. 

(keep away from the temptation to use hot water as it will shrink your beanies).

Reshape your beanie when wet/damp: You can stuff it with a few grocery bags on the inside to keep its shape. 

Air-dry your beanies. Do not fall to the temptation of using a dryer.