Product Maintenance And Cleaning

How to care for and extend the life of equipment?

About Boxing Gloves Care: Keep them fresh and ready to fight!

Your boxing gloves aren't just a piece of equipment, they're an extension of your hands. Proper care of them not only extends their life, but also protects your skin's health.

So avoid the temptation to store them immediately after training in an airless space - such as your gym bag or a plastic bag.

By letting them dry naturally in a ventilated place, you will save them from unpleasant odors and premature wear.

And don't forget, avoid using a hair dryer or tumble dryer - this could cause the leather of the gloves to crack.

Make sure gloves are cleaned weekly with an anti-microbial spray (found on our website) and if you train hard, rotate between two pairs to allow them to dry and ventilate properly between workouts.

And because we're talking about hygiene, don't forget to use hand wraps when training with boxing gloves.

They not only provide additional protection, but also help maintain hygiene.

In the case of intense training, we recommend that you replace the gloves with new ones every 6 months, and in the case of moderate training, once a year. Thus you will ensure the safety of both you and your training partner, and you will maintain hygiene by preventing the accumulation of bacteria and unpleasant odor.

About shin guard care: Keep them in top shape!

Shinguards are your allies during intense training and deserve proper care.

For sock-type shins, opt for a hand or machine wash, with water below 30 degrees.

After washing, let them dry completely in a ventilated place.

If it doesn't require a full wash, an overnight airing can do wonders.

Leather or PU shin guards, on the other hand, are not machine or hand-washable.

They can be cleaned with a damp cloth or antiseptic spray, after which they are left to dry in a well-ventilated place.

About Mouthguard care: Protect your smile!

Dentures are a shield between you and a possible unpleasant accident. Keep them in the storage box when not in use to prevent contamination.

Clean them with water or a special disinfectant spray and avoid hot water that can deform the prosthesis. Replace the prosthesis once every 12 months to ensure optimal protection.

About compression clothing: Keep your performance at its peak!

Compression clothing is like a second layer of skin that helps you feel strong and ready for any challenge.

To prevent damage and minimize wear and tear, follow the instructions on the care label.

If you choose to machine wash it, turn it inside out before putting it in the drum and use a special bag for delicate clothes.

If you hand wash the equipment, check the label to determine the temperature of the water and use a mild detergent.

In conclusion, to keep your compression gear in good condition, dry it naturally and only store it when it is completely dry.

By following these care instructions, you will ensure a longer life for your equipment and enjoy maximum performance.