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Iconic workshop embodies the idea of a truly one of one type of custom. Lacrosse is easily the most customizable sport with equipment, so why stop at just dyeing and stringing heads? I want to express myself, artwork, and designs into an untapped market of lacrosse.

Welcome to the Iconic Creations

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Important information regarding the gloves:

  • Each set of gloves is carefully examined, cleaned, and prepared before the process of applying artwork is done

  • Gloves that are altered, dyed, painted, etc. void the warranty through the manufacturer 

  • The paint used is meant for similar material that gloves are, it is not your average craft or acrylic paint. The paint is applied in a few coats to ensure quality, and is designed to be “flexible” and avoid cracking to go with the nature of hand movements making it durable

  • A final layer of paint, sealant, and clear coat are applied to the gloves to ensure the design lasts a very long time

  • Each pair is hand done, and takes quite some time to do and is inspected before finishing to make sure the best quality is achieved

  • the gloves are meant to be used, not just hung up. Lacrosse is an expensive sport as it is, so please don’t spend money and let them just sit on a shelf

  • Each design is meant to be a “one of one” so they will not be recreated through myself


Proper care of gloves:

 - The gloves are meant to be used in games/practices/ etc. There is proper care to be taken to ensure durability of the artwork on each pair

 - Be careful using them in hot conditions for extended periods of time (summer tournaments for example). The gloves and artwork will last in extreme heat, but must be taken care of, please do not let them sit out in the sun for hours and hours just baking, leave them in your bag or in the shade after extended periods of use 

  • Avoid muddy conditions (playing on a field covered in mud where it is impossible to avoid contact to the gloves). Minor dirt and mud can be cleaned off very easily, but clumps of dried dirt and mud will be difficult to preserve the artwork

  • Cleaning a pair is easy. Use warm water and dish soap in a small cup or container, take a damp cloth and patience to go around the area if dirty. Q-tips are great for smaller details to clean them up if they get dirty

  • The gloves are meant to be used and will take a beating like all lacrosse equipment should, and the artwork will be durable enough for standard use. Do not worry about getting them dirty, they can handle it. 

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