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WE CARE

We care about you and in this page you will be able to CONTACT US for anything you would like to discuss regarding our products as well as finding useful info on HOW TO LOOK AFTER your DOC GK Gloves 

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CONTACT US 

We are as passionate as you about goalkeeping (in all its aspects) and if you have any questions about our products we will be happy to listen and come back to you as fast as possible. 

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+61 481 945 471

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CARE FOR YOUR GLOVES

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR GLOVES

WASH THEM

  • Immerse the glove in warm water and let it soak for 2 min

  • Remove the first layer of dirt by gently squeezing the gloves

  • Leave the glove to soak for an extra 5 min

CLEAN THEM

  • With a sponge gently remove the deeper layer of dirt left on the palm 

  • The back hand can be cleaned as well using the same sponge but applying a little more force

  • Rinse the glove under running water

DRY THEM

  • Leave the glove to soak for an extra 10 min

  • Gently wring out and wrap it in a towel

  • Have the gloves dry naturally (outside of direct sunlight)

DURING PLAY

  • Dampen the palms of the gloves with water to get the best performance regarding grip and durability from the latex palm.

  • Our German Latex is designed to be used wet (use clean water) and on natural grassed surfaces. 

USEFUL TIP

  • When possible try to avoid using the palms to pick yourself up off the ground. The least amount of contact between ground and palm, the longer will be the duration of the latex. 

OUR PRODUCTS

  • "Negative Cut" and "Hybrid Cut" gloves provide a natural and tight feel around your hands. To do so, they require stitching and fitting which will show wear and tear quicker than other glove cuts. 

  • Our German Latex is of the highest quality and provide an incredible grip in all conditions. However, latex is a soft product that is subject to wear and abrasion over time, which cannot be avoided. At any point, latex can and will begin to show forms of wear and tear. That can happen in your first game just as much as it can down the track.

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