f data-sanitized-data-mce-style="text-align: center;" data-mce-style="text-align: center;" style="text-align: center;">How to care for your Hoko garments so that they last much longer

Although our garments are of high quality and very durable, the care and treatment you give them is important to be able to have them like the first day.

It is important that you keep in mind that our fabrics are made with polypropylene yarn and colored microfiber. This prevents fading or pilling due to the wear of the fabric, but you must be careful with high temperatures, whether from water in the wash, in the dryer or with the iron, as they can damage the garment by shrinking or unraveling it. even the fabrics.

For an optimal wash, we recommend washing any Hoko garment in a washing machine at a maximum temperature of 40º, it does not need fabric softener and hang it out, you will see that it dries much sooner than you imagine.

Do not use dryer.
Since it is a polypropylene fabric, excess heat can shrink the garment.

Do not iron
The microfiber of the fabric melts with direct low temperature contact.

Machine wash.
Maximum 40º

DO NOT use bleach.

It can be washed by hand.

Recommendation for a good placement of Hoko tights




To quickly know which is the front of the mesh or front part you just have to look at where the logo is, it should always be on the front of the left leg.

It is important to sheath and fit the garment well, especially in the groin area, to avoid creating pockets and causing friction with the skin, especially in the SENSEI model.

Its placement should be done from below and gradually raising both legs, thus distributing the fabric so that it is well placed in its entirety. fig.1 If you pull up the tights as if they were pants, you will leave half of the tights in the middle of the legs and it will seem that it does not correspond to your size. fig.2

Remember that we work with the fabric especially to offer compression in each of the products, this does not mean that the compression should be tight or bother you, but rather that you should notice the tight mesh and the gathered muscles, this will help you with a good recovery and avoid possible muscle injuries.

Placement of Hoko t-shirts, recommendation and good use




When we say that our garments have memory, we mean that after each wash, the fabric returns to its original position as long as it has been used well and cared for.

That is why we recommend opening the stitch weave with both arms every time you put it on to relax the fabric as shown in fig.1.

Once the sleeves are on, avoid too much pulling on the armpits and cuffs if you want the fit to be tight and the garment to do its job of maintaining body heat. fig.2

Once placed, check that it is completely smooth for greater comfort. fig.3