Frequently Asked Questions
Sizing & Fit
Head to the Find Your Fit page for Size charts and instructions on how to measure, and check the right fit.
Grace & Able offer a 30 day return and exchange policy.
To make a return or exchange, please go to our returns portal to start the process: https://grace-able.fabreturns.app/
You will need your email address and order number. You can find these in the email we sent to you confirming your order.
Please contact us on email@example.com if you have any questions.
We offer free USA shipping on orders over $35.
Orders under $35 usually cost between $3.50 - $4 in shipping, depending on your location.
All orders are processed and shipped within 24 hours of receipt on business days.
You can expect your order to arrive within 3 - 5 business days, via USPS tracked shipping. Exact delivery time will depend on your location.
You will receive an email with your USPS tracking number so that you can follow the process of your delivery.
We are based in the USA and we ship to Australia & New Zealand, Canada, Europe & UK.
Shipping cost and time will depend on your location.
We recommend that UK customers buy their Grace & Able compression gloves from Arthr.com to obtain local shipping rates.
We use tracked shipping for international delivery. We do not ship to locations if tracked delivery is unavailable.
Please contact us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions about international delivery rates or times.
Yes, we offer special rates for medical practitioners buying products for clinics.
Please contact Trevor@graceandable.com to find out more.
Not yet - we're working on it!
Yes. Pay in 4 interest-free installments for USA orders over $50 with ShopPay. No fees, no impact on your credit score. Choose ShopPay at checkout.
Compression gloves relieve joint pain by reducing swelling, supporting soft tissue structures and increasing the rate of circulation to “flush out” inflammation in the joint spaces.
Yes, you can wear your Grace & Able compression gloves in bed.
We do not recommend wearing compression gloves for longer than 12 hours at a time.
Hands can swell up overnight, so you may find that you need to size up if you are wearing compression gloves to sleep in.
Learn more about sleeping in compression gloves in this article.
The gloves have some stretch and ease to them, so they will accommodate a certain level of swelling. They are sized to provide gentle compression for 'normal sized' hands, so we recommend buying for an un-swollen hand size.
Here's a size chart.
Another option is to buy 3 or 5 pairs of gloves in different sizes. That way you can size up and down according to the level of inflammation in your hands.
You also get a discount when you buy more than one pair of gloves at a time. The discount is automatically applied at checkout.
Wrist Braces provide structured support and stability under and above the wrist (on the palmer and dormer sides of the hand).
Three straps allows you to adjust the level of compression and support to your preference. The hand is kept in the neutral position, which minimizes pressure on the median nerve, to relieve Carpal Tunnel Syndrome symptoms.
Grace & Able Wrist Braces are designed to provide additional stability under the thumb, important for people with arthritis, especially CMC osteoarthritis.
Yes, you can sleep in Grace & Able wrist braces.
Wrist braces provide support under your wrist, which stops your hands from curling into fists while you sleep.
Keeping your hand in a neutral position while you sleep can improve symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Our wrist braces are adjustable with straps on the back so that you can tighten or loosen them as needed.
There is a reasonable amount of give in them, so we recommend that you buy the size that is closest to your hand size when it is not swollen, as the brace should have enough ease to accommodate inflammation.