Product Usage Instructions


  • 1. Products made of genuine leather, suede, flocking synthetic leather or such other materials may not be washed with water, and it is strongly recommended to avoid wearing such products on rainy or snowy days. When there is any stain or dust, please use dry banister brush to wipe off, and apply leather care agent, or suede detergent, and such other appropriate care agent, as the case may be, to maintain the corresponding materials.

  • 2. In addition to attentions required for the aforesaid genuine leather, suede, flocking synthetic leather or such other materials that may not be washed with water, when washing the shoes, please do not soak. Please use clear soft cloth to dip into water and wipe off the dirt, or apply neutral detergent on banister brush to scrub and clean. Please choose a shady and cool place with nice ventilation to dry the shoes after cleaning, and avoid exposure to the sun by all means (with respect to fabric made products, it is recommended to dry the shoes after wrapping with white paper on the upper of the shoes.

  • 3. With respect to any product made of reflective materials or adopting thermal cutting, thermal pasting process, during washing of the shoes, please do not wipe or scrub such parts of the shoes hard so as to avoid causing damage.

  • 4. With respect to any product made of dark/bright colored genuine leather, suede, flocking synthetic leather or such other materials on the upper/lining/collar/shoe tongue, due to the characteristics of such materials, slight dyeing effect may be caused to the bottom of your trouser legs when wearing the shoes. In such cases, it is recommended to wear dark colored socks, and match the shoes with trousers of the same color scheme.

  • 5. Acidic and alkaline substances in rainwater can damage shoes. If wet, promptly blot with a cloth and air dry naturally in a well-ventilated area instead of quick drying or sun exposure which can easily cause damage or deformation.

  • 6. When storing unworn shoes, clean thoroughly and stuff with moisture-absorbing paper to retain the shape. It is recommended to put desiccants inside shoe boxes and store in a cool and ventilatedarea. Never keep in heat, moisture or direct sunlight to avoid shortenedlifespan.




  • Do not soak. Follow washing instructions on care label.
    Wash separately or with similar colored items.
    Do not scrub or directly iron printed, embroidered or rhinestone areas. Wash inside out.
    For down, wool, cashmere, silk items, wash with neutral detergents. Gently pat and fluff down after drying.
    Do not use fabric softener for functional products with technology such as AT DRY SMART.
    Use a laundry bag for flat knitted fabrics and bras. Only steam iron if needed.

  • Professional cleaning and polishing recommended.
    Do not swipe with any solvents, cleaners or stain removers.
    Avoid getting wet. If wet, blot with soft towel and air dry in a well-ventilated area.
    Avoid harsh abrasion from backpacks to prevent scuffing and color transfer.
    Avoid exposure to corrosive chemicals and sharp objects.
    Avoid long-time exposure to strong light to prevent fading.
    Store unused items in a dry and shaded area. Separate light and dark colors. Avoid compression. Watch for mildew and moth proofing.


Wash lukewarm - maximum temperature 40°C
Bleach when needed
Line dry
Iron high - maximum temperature 200°C
Professional dry cleaning in tetrachloroethylene and hydrocarbons
Permanent press lukewarm - maximum temperature 40°C
Only non-chlorine bleach when needed
Drip dry
Iron medium - maximum temperature 150°C
Professional dry cleaning in tetrachloroethylene and hydrocarbons - mild process
Delicate wash lukewarm - maximum temperature 40°C
Do not bleach
Dry flat
Iron low - maximum temperature 110°C
Professional dry cleaning in hydrocarbons
Wash cool - maximum temperature 30°C
Dry flat while wet
Do not iron
Professional dry cleaning in hydrocarbons - mild process
Permanent press lukewarm -maximum temperature 40°C
Line dry in the shade
Do not dry clean
Delicate wash cool - maximum temperature 30°C
Drip dry in the shade
Professional wet cleaning
Hand wash - maximum temperature 40°C
Dry flat in the shade
Professional wet cleaning - mild process
Do not wash
Dry flat while wet in the shade
Professional wet cleaning - very mild process
Tumble dry medium - maximum temperature 80°C
Tumble dry low - maximum temperature 60°C
Do not tumble dry



  • 1. Check the new racket for cracks or defects before stringing. Rackets with quality issues should be returned to the dealer for identification. Do not handle it without authorization.

  • 2. For cutting strings, the sequence must start from the center of the string bed, and proceed outwards sequentially (top left to bottom right) until all cut.

  • 3. Before restringing, check the string holes for defects, and replace the damaged ones in time to prevent breakage after stringing.

  • 4. High precision stringing machine is recommended. Please operate within the suggested tension range. Damages caused by exceeding the range is not eligible for compensation.

  • 5. To avoid damages, please operate according to the diagram below to ensure even string bed tension. String the main strings first then the cross ones.

  • 6. Do not cut the strings after breakage during stringing in order to analyze the causes.


  • 1. To avoid deformation, do not expose the racket to high temperatures (above 70°C) or long-term sunlight, or leave it inside vehicles.

  • 2. Check the strings regularly. Replace timely if there is serious fraying or cracks to avoid uneven stress on the racket frame.

  • 3. Replace the strings approximately every 45 days, or at least every 6 months.

  • 4. Strings should be replaced by professionals, with a 4-point fixed stringing machine, and do not exceed the suggested tension labeled on the racket.

  • 5. Avoid hard collisions or scraping the racket head on the ground. Do not hit with the string bed to prevent abrasion.

  • 6. Store the racket suspended in cover when not in use to avoid compression and deformation.