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Specifications on products:
All specifications are listed on our webpages. Click to find our Yeti product range. If you do not find it we do not have it. For further information please visit your local dealer.
Wash & Care:
You can wash and dry our apparel and down sleeping bags yourself according to the instructions on the care label which you find inside the apparel or inside the pocket of the sleeping bag. We recommend you use our Yeti Wash & Care Kit or another down washing liquid. Never use enzyme based detergents for down as this will damage the down beyond repair. Do not use detergent or fabric softener. Dry in tumble dryer at low temperature together with three tennis balls. Please find How to take care for your Yeti or download our Yeti Wash & Care Pack guide (pdf).
Please contact the dealer where you bought the item. They will know what to do and send your claim/repair to us if necessary.
A down product is made of natural materials and there are sometimes questions regarding what is to be expected and what is not. This again might cause other questions about how to handle the product. In the following some of the most common questions are answered.
Simply break them off – it doesn’t harm the product
Pull them back in by holding the lining, pulling out the outer fabric and then wriggle the fabric in place
Just wear it – your body heat will straighten the fabric
Shake and scrunch the jacket until the down are fluffy
Throw the jacket into a tumble dryer with 2-3 tennis balls
Only pack your jacket in its pocket for a few days
You can remove the smell of smoke, tobacco and the like by hanging the jacket outside in fresh air
Since the outer fabric is nylon it can be wiped with a wet wipe or a moist cloth
You can wash it – but not too often. Check the care label, use down-friendly detergents and tumble dry it with 2-3 tennis balls
If the jacket is moist just hang it out to dry – but if real wet, put it in the dryer along with 2-3 tennis balls.
It’s durable, but avoid sharp edges like knifes, thorns and metal edges as they can rip the fabric
The outer fabric is nylon and therefore vulnerable to fire and embers which might burn holes in it.