Washing and caring for jeans

Even though Denim was produced to be a robust and low maintenance material it needs special treatment.
Especially dark jeans should be cleaned with care in order to maintain a fresh colour.

Washing jeans

All the great jeans producers would have told you the same: Preferably do not wash denim at all. Yes, that’s right. Once a year should be enough otherwise try freezing them or airing them out in order to get rid of bad smells. If washing is unavoidable read below for some tips and tricks.

Wash stretchy jeans or especially dark ones by hand and inside out. Use a gentle detergent. Otherwise try washing your jeans with similar colours (yes, denim bleeds) in the delicate cycle.

Slightly washed out cotton jeans can be washed warmer in a normal cycle.

Drying jeans

Evade keeping your wet denim pieces in the machine for too long. You’ll thank us while ironing, you’ll see! Furthermore you’ll avoid discolouration at the wrinkling parts.

Don’t tumble dry stretchy or dark jeans but hang them, pull them into shape and air-dry them. If you’ve washed them by hand you should lay an old towel underneath.

Washed-out jeans can be tumble dried easily — this will make your denim soft and smooth. However, please note that air drying is so much better for the environment.

Ironing jeas

In most cases ironing is not even necessary. If you still insist on doing it you can iron or steam denim — given that it is 100% cotton — quite hot.

Size Guide Women
Size Bust size Waist size Hip size
XXS <73 cm <58cm <80 cm
XS 74-81 cm 59-64 cm 80-89 cm
S 82-89 cm 65-70 cm 90-97 cm
M 90-97 cm 71-76 cm 98-104 cm
L 98-107 cm 77-82 cm 105-112 cm
XL 108-119 cm 83-88 cm 113-122 cm
XXL 120-131 cm 89 cm 123-134 cm
Size Guide Men
Size Bust size Waist size Hip size
XS <93 cm <81 cm <97 cm
S 94-97 cm 82-85 cm 98-101 cm
M 98-101 cm 86-89 cm 102-105 cm
L 102-105 cm 90-94 cm 106-109 cm
XL 106-109 cm 95-99 cm 110-113 cm
XXL 110-113 cm 100-104 cm 114-117 cm
XXXL >114 cm >105 cm >118 cm