Quality - Garment care

  • WILL MY TWOTHIRDS GARMENTS SHRINK?

We use high quality fabrics and for this reason they sometimes need to be washed with extra care and make sure to follow the appropriate washing instructions. It is normal that some garments can shrink a little once they’ve been washed for the first time, but your garments should not shrink more than usual if they’re handled correctly.

  • IS TWOTHIRDS OUTERWEAR WATERPROOF?

Some of our Winter jackets have a water-repellent coating, but none of our current products is waterproof. This information can be found on each product page, on the right side, below the ADD TO CART button.

  • CAN I WASH AT A LOWER TEMPERATURE THAN RECOMMENDED ON THE CARE LABEL?

You can usually choose to wash at a lower temperature than recommended on the label, but never higher, as some fabrics could shrink or get damaged. Lower temperatures are also good at preserving dyed fabrics.

  • HOW DO I WASH KNITTED WOOL GARMENTS?

First, you must know that wool is a very good fabric which doesn't need to be washed as often as other materials. Actually the best way to treat quality wool, would be to spot clean it and let the knit take air, instead of washing it each time. 

Every now and then, when it actually needs a good wash, we highly recommend to hand-wash it only, and using cold water (not warm). Do not rub it, gently soak it in the cold water mixed with wool detergent for a few minutes (5 to 10 minutes should be okay) and rinse it also gently a couple of times. After, just press the water out of the knit as much as possible (without wringing or squeezing it). The thing with wet Wool is that it tends to stretch easily, this is why you don't want to squeeze it tight or hang it, it's always better to let it air dry by laying it out flat. 

Because we use high quality wool it’s sensitive to wash and requires gentle treatment. 

  • HOW DO I FIND OUT WHAT SIZE IS BEST FOR ME?

Between the size options and the ADD TO CART button you find the option “What is my size?”, written in light blue, which will show you a size chart with exact measurements for the product, just by clicking on it. You can also contact us directly via Chat (right bottom corner during working hours in weekdays) or via our contact form by choosing the subject “sizing”. 

Mostly we also have the measurements of the models and size he/she is wearing on the product page too, which can make it easier for you to compare. If you are still in doubts, you can always go to the contact page and choose “sizing” as the issue. Please make sure to give us your main measurements, such as weight and heights, so we can try our best in advising you!

Washing instructions

Fabrics we are currently using for our garments

  • Organic Cotton
  • Wool
  • Linen
  • Hemp
  • Seacell
  • Recycled Nylon (Econyl)
  • Tencel

Conscious washing / Washing instructions: 

We recommend to hand-wash better than using a washing machine in any case, with a temperature always below 30ºC. Wash with other clothes of similar colors only. Do not use bleach. Do not use the tumble dryer, let it air dry. Do not iron above 150ºC and never iron the prints directly. Do not dry clean. The only materials that need specific care are:

Tencel can be dry-washed with Perchloroethylene.

Wool: this is a very good fabric which doesn't need to be washed as often as other materials. Actually the best way to treat quality Wool would be to spot clean it and let the knit take air, instead of washing it each time. 

Every now and then, when it actually needs a good wash, we highly recommend to hand-wash it only, and using cold water (not warm). Do not rub it, gently soak it in cold water mixed with Wool detergent for a few minutes (5 to 10 minutes should be okay) and rinse it also gently a couple of times. After, just press the water out of the knit as much as possible (without wringing it or squeezing it). The thing with wet Wool is that it tends to stretch easily, this is why you don't want to squeeze it tight or hang it, it's always better to let it air dry by laying flat. 

It is true that some washing machines have a special wool program. We do not recommend it, but it is up to you if you're confident that your washing machine will treat the item gently.