At Circle, we make sure that our products last as long as possible, but as sports evolve, so do our clothes, which can also suffer repeated wear and tear. We're counting on you to buy only what you really need!

We explain why and how your Circle garments can give life to new clothes.

Solutions to suit your product's condition


Your garment is not damaged but you want to change it?

Opt for second-hand


Is your garment repairable?

Repair at Circle or together with a workshop to teach you how to repair your clothes


Is your garment too damaged to be repaired?

Upcycling & personalization workshop with Circle


Is your garment too damaged to be repaired or upcycled?

It will be recycled into new yarn or another product

recycle my product

Caring for your clothes

To help us make your Circle garments last as long as possible, we also need your help.

We can offer durable, high-quality materials and commit to repairing, upcycling and recycling at the end of life, but without proper care it all loses its value. Above all, we want you to keep your garment for a long time.

For sportswear, care is different because it needs to be washed more often. If you haven't sweated in it and it's not stained, but it has picked up odors, don't hesitate to simply air it out.


It's better to wash your clothes at 30°C than at 40°C: this will increase their lifespan and prevent shrinkage and fiber deterioration.

Wash them in similar colors, without bleach wipes, which are highly polluting. Fabric softeners also alter fiber quality. And above all, never put your Circle garments in the dryer, as the fibers will break. 


Also avoid ironing, especially on stretch synthetics which don't really need it and can impact on the longevity of the fabric. Tencel™ also does not require ironing if it dries on a hanger.