ABOUT US

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Since 2003, Main Event Gear has built itself into being the premiere supplier of entrance and in-ring gear for the wrestling industry.  This reputation can be seen in every stitch that goes into one of our custom orders.  Our product is worn by wrestlers in virtually every promotion across the globe because wrestlers know that when they order from Main Event Gear, they're getting clothing which is both eye-catching and comfortable to wear.

We take pride on our work and make sure that every order we make is as close to the talent's original idea as possible.  If you can think it, we can make it.

Items Main Event Gear Currently Makes:

  • Tights

  • Singlets

  • Trunks

  • Kickpads

  • Covers

  • Vests

  • Robes

IMPORTANT DESIGN CRITERIA

Main Event Gear will make any and all designs submitted to us from a client which has been created by another designer, however in doing so you must follow the following criteria:

  • Designs must be submitted with a lighter colored background.  We need to be able to see what the gear is without guessing in order to make the design the most faithful to the original idea.
     

  • Designs must be submitted to us in either a high quality jpeg format (600dpi) or as a vector (.ai, .eps).
     

  • Please make your designs in solid colors.  Shading and blending looks great on paper or on a computer screen, but it's typically not possible to replicate on fabric.
     

  • Remember, just because something can be done in Illustrator, CorelDraw or Photoshop does not necessarily mean it can be replicated 
    on spandex.

     

  • In the event that we have to redesign your concept art (a time-consuming procedure) that is created by another gear maker, a $50 design fee will be charged.  We've been reluctant to enact this, however it's becoming a more common occurrence and warranted a response. 
    If you are paying a designer to create your gear, that design work needs to be be able to go from digital file to fabric as seamless as possible.