Eventually, regardless of how carefully you use them, or how well you care for your Hardwear gear, they will begin to experience natural break down of materials and show wear. Fabric wearing thin, showing abrasions, stains, discoloration, rips or tears, loss of DWR or laminates losing their ability to keep out moisture can be considered wear and tear. MHW manufactures high quality durable products, but they are not indestructible!
Articles in this section
- Warranty policy, processes, & guidelines
- What is considered wear and tear?
- I bought my Mountain Hardwear product at an outlet store. Is it covered by warranty?
- Are new product exchanges covered by the warranty?
- Why must I wash my Mountain Hardwear product prior to send it to Warranty?
- When will I get my gear back?
- What does "lifetime" mean?
- How do I repair tears and other damage to my tent?
- What are my options if my Mountain Hardwear gear was damaged by accident?
- How can I find out the status of my repair order?