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    Size Chart: Compression Gloves

    Extra-Small Small Medium Large Extra- Large

    5 inches

    13 cm

    6 inches

    15 cm

    7 inches

    18 cm

    8 inches

    20 cm

    9 inches

    22 cm

     

    How to measure for Compression Gloves

    You want to take the measurement around your knuckles at the widest point of your hand.

    1. Wrap a tape measure around your knuckles to measure the circumference.
    2. Compare to the Size Chart above.
    3. If you are between sizes, choose the one that's larger.

    Watch Certified Hand Therapist Trevor show you how in this video, How To Measure Your Compression Gloves. 





    How tight should Compression Gloves be?

    • The most important thing is how the glove feels on your hand.
    • A well-fit compression glove should feel like it’s giving your hand a gentle hug.
    • Find a size that fits snuggly but still allows you to move and live your life. 


    It's easy to overestimate how much compression you need to reduce swelling and pain. 
    The lymphatic system in the hand is made up of very small vessels that don’t like to be squished by excessive pressure. 

    If you are between sizes, it's better to size up.


    How to tell if your Compression Gloves are too small

    If you feel any increased pain or numbness and tingling in your fingertips, it’s likely that your compression gloves are too tight.

    It is important that you take off the gloves and find the size that fits your hands.

    Certified Hand Therapist Trevor explains further in this video How To Fit Your Grace & Able Compression Glove.


    Size Chart: Wrist Braces

    Small Medium Large
    Measure around knuckles 6 inches / 15 cm 7 inches / 18 cm 8 inches / 20 cm
    Measure around wrist 5 - 6 inches / 13 - 15 cm 6 - 7 inches / 15 - 18 cm 7 - 8 inches / 19 - 20 cm

     

    How to measure for Wrist Braces

    1. Wrap a tape measure around your knuckles to measure the circumference at the widest point of your hand.
    2. Then use the tape measure to measure the circumference of your wrist.
    3. Compare to the Size Chart above.
    4. If you are between sizes, it's better to size up.





    How tight should you fasten your Wrist Brace?

    • There are three straps on your wrist brace, positioned to give you the perfect fit. 
    • Your brace should be snug around your wrist, while still allowing movement.
    • The splint should sit neatly in the palm of your hand, to support your wrist and hand.
    • The top of the brace should sit below your knuckles and should not rub against them.

     

     

    Need to exchange? No problem!

    Grace & Able offers a free 30-day return policy.

    If your Grace & Able Compression Glove or wrist brace doesn't fit, visit the Returns Center to send it back, and we can exchange it for another size.

    You are always welcome to contact us to ask questions and share feedback.

    We want you to love your Grace & Able products, so if you run into any problems, please let us know. 

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