Of course! Just let us know.
You can return your order! We want you to be happy with our items and if you are not, email us.
More often than not, any physical damage done can be repaired. Let us know and we will work something out.
Yes we do. Just email us and we’ll straighten everything out.
We don’t have an official warranty but if something needs to happen, just give us an email.
Current turnaround time is about 3 weeks.
Every item we make is made-to-order. We are a two-and-a-half person business- Sam is part time, and we each wear several hats (pun somewhat intended) around here, from cutting, keeping the website up sewing, packaging, product development, all the little things, and on top of that, we have a lot of orders to fill, thank you btw. We're doing our best to stay on top of things and hope to be in a new and larger space in 2021, at that point we hope to hire a couple more local folks to get things done a bit quicker and a bit more efficiently. Thanks for your patience!
If you need your order by a certain date please let us know in the 'Notes' section on the order page or send us an email or give us a call: 541.525.4217.
When we have all the items you ordered, we print your shipping label and you should receive a shipping notification with tracking info (if you had entered your email address properly).
Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get right back to you!
After many years of research (mostly first hand experience with riding using both in Oregon’s wet rainy weather), we have come to the conclusion they are basically the same. Choose based on your personal taste.
When they have been in a heavy rain or lots of moisture remove the cover and let the cover and saddle air out.
Condensation forms when the cold air meets the warmed saddle cover (say after a ride on a cool morning). This is a natural occurrence and there isn’t much that can be done to stop it. We recommend you removing the cover periodically to keep mold from forming due to condensation.
With the saddle cover off, stretch the cover from the nose of the top to the velcro of the underflap. Start rolling from the nose up, keeping the snaps pulled out to the sides (you will need access to them) and all the way up until the velcro has been rolled. Congrats! You have a saddle cigar (don’t smoke it). Now carefully cramp the cover under the saddle’s rails. Simply pull the snaps out and around each rail. Snap everything in place and you are done! One saddle cover neatly stored under your saddle.
WaterProof Breathable. So while water has a hard time getting in, condensation also had a harder time forming.
Yes. Here's a guide to using Otter Wax's awesome products. Yes it is a link to rewaxing a cap but the principle is the same.
Here’s how to measure your head. First take a soft tape or string, put the center of the tape just below your hair line / top of the forehead and then pull the tape back, just behind your ears (as the cap will- in most cases- sit just above where ears protrude from the head) and have the two ends meet in the back of the skull. Do your best to hold your thumb at the point where the end of the tape or string meets and have someone read it for you or carefully pull it away and read the measurement- in the case of the string you can measure with a ruler.
In that case, measure from one ear over the head to the other ear and then contacting us with the two measurements to see what we think.
Everyone’s head is a different size and not everyone will fit comfortably within our sizing. If you are one of these people, let us know! Cap too small? Randi can let out the elastic to make it roomier. Cap too big? Randi can tighten the elastic for a snugger fit. Just include your needs in the notes section when ordering. If you really are unsure, email us!
No, our Flip Up Cap are a little smaller since the ear flap in these caps make for a snugger fit. If you are concerned about the cap being too tight, let us know and Randi can make adjustments as needed.
Yes! We would be happy to put any merino ear flap color you see on the website with any cap color offered.
The Wax Canvas should not be washed. It can be spot cleaned with gentle soap. The lining on the caps is washable and probably should be washed. Just pull the lining away from the wax and hand wash it. Line dry, don't put it in a dryer otherwise the wax might melt and move. If you really want to wash your Wax cap, just know the wax will be washed out (removing the water resistanceness of the Wax Canvas). It can be rewaxed and we recommend Otter Wax (here's a handy guide to rewaxing a cap).
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