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Product Care & Repair

Our Products

All the products at So We Flow... are designed are created with five key principles in mind: 

  • Quality - we use only the best organic, recycled and salvaged materials from sustainable and responsible sources.
  • Versatile - in order for us to buy and own less, we need buy products that seamlessly transition through the different facets of our lives. All our products traverse the divide between active and casual and everything in-between.
  • Functional - all are products are designed with movement in mind. This manifests itself as reinforced seams, panelling for free range of movement, high quality fabrics, stretch where required and unrestrictive fits.
  • Men's (Best Interests at Heart) - we simply want to make it straightforward for men to move, but our products must be the perfect fit for everyday life. That's why comfort, fit and utility are paramount. Deep pockets, unobtrusive seams and super-soft fabrics make this all possible. 
  • The World's (Best Interest at Heart) - with every decision, we always consider the bigger picture. All our fabrics, dyes, and materials are organic, recycled and salvaged. We only work with suppliers and manufacturers that stringent standards and safe, fair workplaces. We strongly advocate repair, rehoming and recycling of all our packaging and garments.

Product Care

We can do our best to provide you with an amazing product, but the rest is up to you. The way you care for your clothing and products has a significant effect on its longevity. Hot, regular washes will degrade the fabric and stitching much quicker than cold, infrequent washes. 

Eco-Friendly Washing Tips

We activity recommend eco-friendly washing when possible. Here's a few of our favourite ways to reduce your impact:

  • Wash less with bigger loads, ensuring your washing machine is full at every wash
  • Wash in cold water (30°C) to save energy. Unless your have serious stains, this should be fine for most general wear.
  • Use natural detergent and stain remover, avoiding introducing toxic chemicals into the environment.
  • Dry your clothes on a line or drying rack rather than a tumble dryer.
  • Choose a greener machine and/or dryer.
  • Skip the iron. Use only for clothing that absolutely requires it. 

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is a wonderfully easy fabric to care for. Wash at 30°C with similar colours, don’t tumble dry and only use a low spin if needed. If a warmer wash is necessary, 40°C won't damage the garment. Dry flat, on a line, or drying rack, away from direct sunlight or heat. Use a cool iron if required and do not bleach. For garment dyed items, dry inside-out to avoid colour fading.

All of our garments have an inside care label with detailed instructions. Please follow these specific instructions as they are tailored to each individual piece and will ensure the piece’s longevity.

Recycled Polyester

Recycled polyester is robust and simple to care for. Wash at 30°C with similar colours, don’t tumble dry and only use a low spin if needed. If a warmer wash is necessary, 40°C won't damage the garment. Dry flat, on a line, or drying rack, away from direct sunlight or heat. Use a cool iron if required and do not bleach. 

All of our garments have an inside care label with detailed instructions. Please follow these specific instructions as they are tailored to each individual piece and will ensure the piece’s longevity.

 

Repair

Our clothing is meant to be worn often. It's meant to be worn for movement and to support an active lifestyle. We use only high quality materials and the construction is first-rate.

With that said, over time clothing inevitably wears, tears and needs repairing. We urge you to repair the clothes you love to ensure they live a long and fruitful life.

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Rehome

Unwanted clothing has a value, even if it's only in average condition. 50% of us bin clothing, with 30% going straight to landfill. If you don't want to repair your used clothes, rehome them. 

Pass them on to friends and family, sell on eBay or take to a charity shop. We recommend Thredup, an online consignment store that takes your used clothing, sells it and pays you up to 80% of the sale price.

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Recycle

Clothing that isn't in good enough condition to be repaired or passed onto someone else can be recycled into other things.

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