We love that you love our collections! Our care guide is here to help you get the most out of you favorite Jofit outfit, wash in and wash out.
Here are our general care instructions:
Caring for your pants
Pants are one of the most common things you need to wash, especially after a couple rounds of golf! Luck for you, all our pants are machine washable! That means no hand washing necessary!
Our leggings, especially our patterned leggings are all machine wash cold, line dry to maintain the stretch and colors of your leggings. Otherwise, your pants can just be thrown in the wash with everything else!
Line dry your leggings to maintain that flexibility, but pants can be machine washed and dried for easy care. This makes them great to take out traveling.
Caring for your tops
Your tops are the other thing that are going to get some wear and washes in. Lucky for you, almost all of our tops are quick dry, meaning they won’t need anything special to keep them in tip-top shape.
Machine wash and dry all tops - from tanks to mocks - to keep them looking fresh and fly.
You can go either way with tops - if you’ve got the time to line dry them, go for it! Otherwise, the dryer is just as good.
Caring for your jackets
You’d expect jackets to be a little more needy, but not ours!
Machine wash cold to maintain the stretch and fit of your Jofit jacket.
Line dry if you can to keep it comfy!
Caring for your Skorts
Skorts and shorts are another one where you’d think they were more complicated!
Machine wash all your Jofit shorts and skorts! You may want to consider a cold wash for any extreme color or pattern to maintain that vibrant outfit, especially on the first wash.
Most of our skorts and shorts are quick dry, meaning you can throw them in a machine dryer if you like, but they’d be just as happy on a line for 20 minutes!
Caring for your accessories
Our accessories are all quick dry, so be sure to let them air out! But if you MUST wash your Jo visor or belt, be sure to use cold water and put them in a laundry bag. Hand and spot wash your belts to make sure you don’t ruin your dryer, but your hat can go straight into a laundry bag in a cold cycle.