All about your cover
All about your new helmet cover
Hello, we are so glad you are here!
We created this page to tell you all about your cover. Most of this info used to be in the packaging and the labels sewn into the helmet cover but we got rid of it all in an effort to minimize our ecological footprint. Our wrapping and packaging are kept to the minimum and all the info you need is provided in digital form. So, here is what you can read about here:
What type and kind of fabric is your helmet cover made of?
How to use your new helmet cover and hat does it mean for us to be ecofriendly?
So, this page summarises everything about your helmet cover and mask.
All about your cover: What type and kind of fabric is your helmet cover made of?
We are proud to produce helmet covers from an materials that all have Oeko-Tex Standard 100 qualifications. This Standard means that the fabric and fillings of our products have been tested for harmful substances with the largest prevalence worldwide. Test parameters include substances banned or regulated by law as well as yet unregulated substances that are known to be problematic. All tested items must have a skin-friendly ph value and good color fastness. They are tested for emissions of volatile chemicals and are subjected to an olfactory test.
You can read more about requirements of the standards on the Oeko-Tex official website.
Technical information about the fabric of your helmet cover and face mask
The fabric of the Evercover helmet covers are a perfect balance between light weight and elasticity. The materials are resistant to chlorine and abrasions, and provide UV protection.
It contains 80% polyamide and 20% elastane, with outstanding dimensional stability of two-way stretching. The textile surface is resistant to sun cream and oil.
Hand was only at 40C and avoid spin drying and ironing. SPF 50 and UV resistant fabric.
Oeco-Tex Standard materials and no harmful substances. Lasting and vibrant colors. 92% polyamide and 8% elastane. Hand wash only in 65-85 F or 30 Celsius. Do not use chlorine based bleach and avoid spin dry. Squeeze off excess water and hang to dry.
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How to use your helmet cover?
Helmets are literally life savers, but they are made of plastic, too. The best thing is to keep using them for as long as possible. If they get a little beat up, don’t throw them away. Instead, dress them in cool new helmet covers in just a second. You probably know by now, but here is a handy little video to show you how easy it is:
Please, consider using the same helmet for multiple sports. They might look a little different but at the end of the day, they all do the same job: take care of your smart head. If you still wish to distinguish your helmets in various sport activities, you can just use different helmet covers. Simple, easy, no waste.
What does it mean for us to be ecofriendly?
The climate crisis and the news about our oceans flooded with trash greatly concern us. We want to take our share from the urgent and crucial job of making life sustainable on Earth. So, we decided to change our business practices and go as green as possible. As much as we try, we cannot run a completely plastic free business since we can only use standard mailing packages with plastic inlays, but we do whatever we can to cut plastic.
Here is a list of what we have done so far:
- We have reduced the packaging on our products to the minimum. Most importantly, we got rid of all the plastic wrappings, strings and stickers, but we also cut the usage of paper flyers with info about our products.
- We went digital in every walks of our life. All our invoices and communications are sent in a digital form. We only use recycled paper in our office if we have to print something. Thanks to the collaboration of DHL, we could optimize our shipping documents down to 2 pages from the previous 6. (Thanks, DHL Guys, great job!)
- We love soft drinks but came to realize how much trash their packaging creates, so we got rid of them completely and now we only drink filtered water. Better for the environment and less sugar for us.
Please, kindly consider that there is a lot that you could do, too.
- Helmets are literally life savers, but they are made of plastic, too. The best thing is to keep using them for as long as possible. If they get a little beat up, don’t throw them away. Instead, dress them in cool new helmet covers in just a second.
- We kindly ask you to recycle the part of the packaging that was necessary for shipping so we couldn’t get rid of.
Please, remember, that every little bit matters. We will keep making new efforts to reduce the waste we create in all walks of our business. Do the same and your children will thank you for it. We do, too.
Show us how it looks!
We are so thankful for all the great images and photos that our customers share with us over the Community page. Please, join us and share your efforts to reduce waste and your adventures in your new helmet covers!
Flip through the picture gallery to just have a couple minutes of fun, but it can also give you some great ideas for gifts or future trips. Who knows? It might even inspire you to try some new sports. ?
Check out the pictures of our community below, and join us. It only takes three clicks!
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The design of the Evercover helmet covers is updated regularly to follow the changes and developments of helmets. So this makes our helmet covers suitable without alteration for 14 different kinds of sport helmets. Skiing, roller derby, bike riding, rafting and more.
Check out how much fun people are having in their Evercover helmet covers and Realistic face masks on our Youtube channel.
We make every effort to reduce our ecological footprint and make our products ecofriendly.
The base materials are all Oeko-Tex standard materials and the packaging is kept to a minimum to get close to zero waste. Read more.
We greatly appreciate that you took the time to read about our efforts and hope that you have found some useful ideas here that you can implement in your life, too.