Rit Dye…The Original

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These days manufacturers are customizing and dyeing heads in ways people could have never imagined back in the day. These mass produced heads are located all over the globe in just about every retail store. It is important to remember the pioneers of dyeing and the individuality and hard work it takes to dye your own head. Read More…

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Tufts Dye Tutorial

Tufts Dye Tutorial



In honor of the 2010 Division III National Champion Tufts Jumbos, I dyed this head as a gift to their coach. The alumnus that approached me had an idea for a head that would stand as a memorial to this year’s team. We began with a lot of information, and it took a bit of time to figure out exactly what would and wouldn’t fit on the head. The finished product includes all of the coaches, captains, All-Americans, and the year’s motto as well as the Jumbo’s logo.

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LXM PRO Dye Job for Evan Kay

LXM PRO Dye Job for Evan Kay



I was asked by Evan Kay to dye him a LXM PRO head as well before the game coming up this Saturday, October the 16th. Evan uses the Evo Pro 2.0 and before he sent it I already had an idea of what I wanted to do.

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USA Dye Job x Cyber Pro X6

USA Dye Job x Cyber Pro X6




In this dye job I chose to use a Cyber Pro X6 and began individually cutting out all 50 stars and the USA as well as all 13 individual stripes. I then used precut letters and numbers to do the 23 man roster of team USA and the top “2010 FIL World Champions”. I then began the dye process.

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Adam Ghitelman Splatter Dye

Adam Ghitelman Splatter Dye



If you are a true connoisseur of the aesthetics of lacrosse heads, stringing and dyeing then you’ve definitely noticed Virginia’s goalie, Adam Ghitelman, playing with a recently dyed head in the NCAA’s. Adam fills LPG in on what exactly he did to his STX Eclipse.
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