IMAK Arthritis Compression Gloves. How to properly measure for the correct fit and why it is so important…

There are many products on the market that claim to offer relief for the millions suffering from arthritis pain.  However, it’s important to note that not all compression gloves are created equally, and the details can make a world of difference in the amount of relief provided by these products.  How to identify quality compression gloves from the rest.

Open fingertips gloves are an attractive feature, as they allow you the freedom to touch, grip and feel while wearing the gloves.  Size Matters: Be wary of compression gloves that claim to be “Universal” or “One size fit’s all”.

Compression that is too tight can be dangerous and cut off your circulation.  Compression that is too loose is ineffective and offers little relief.

Look for gloves that are sized to fit your hand. The IMAK Arthritis Gloves are the only gloves on the market to receive an Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation and comes in four sizes, with the IMAK Active Arthritis Gloves in three sizes.

To measure your hand for the size you need:  Measure hand width at knuckles

Additional Helpful Hints: if your measurement is borderline or your hands or fingers are swollen, please order the next size up.

Choose from the following sizes:
X-Small: up to     2 3/4” (7cm)
Small: up to        3 1/8” (7.93cm) also in Black and Active Gloves
Medium: up to 3 1/2″  (8.89cm) also in Black and Active Gloves
Large: up to       4″          (10cm)    also in Black and Active Gloves
X-Large: up to   4 1/2″   (11.5cm)

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