Hemp is one of the miracle textiles. The United States has recently lifted its ban on hemp production which means that the textile world is expanding the use of hemp and blending it with everything you can imagine.
Hemp is considered a weed (not just weed) and requires less water and less pesticides than cotton. It is also multifunctional with almost every part of the plant being able to produce a different product, including rope and paper.
Whether you wash in a machine on gentle-cycle or in basin, use cool water, this prevents any shrinkage in the fabric.
Air dry on a hanger or clothesline, avoid machine drying if at all possible. Not only does this use less energy but it keeps the integrity of the fibers intact for years to come.
Iron with steam as needed.
Send Back For Repairs
The Encampment Company guarantees your shirt for life. If anything ever fails you can send it to be repaired by the man who made it.