Glove Sizing Guide: How to Measure Gloves Size?

People are getting more hygienic concerned nowadays, especially after the hit of the COVID-19 pandemic. People wear gloves more often, take care of their household and workplace hygiene more often than ever.

But, do you know that in order for a glove to function well for your needs, you need to choose the right size of gloves as well?

Ever wonder how would you know your hand size?

Stop guessing or assuming the gloves sizes every time and stop putting your hands at risk by wearing the gloves that don’t fit your hands! Not only it causes fatigue and discomfort, it also reduces the efficiency of your work!

Let’s get a measurement tape or ruler and follow the 3 steps below to choose the gloves that fit your hands perfectly!

Please note that this glove size measurement guide is catered for the size of our unsupported rubber gloves that manufactured by our factory

How to measure gloves size?

Step 1: Get a ruler/ measurement tape.

Step 2: Measure the width of your hand from the base of your first finger and across the knuckles.

Step 3: Compare your measurement to the chart below and you will know which size to choose.

Note: Measurement above 105mm is recommended to choose the gloves in size XXL.

For instance, our gloves come in size 7,8,9,10 or  S,M,L,XL and even XXL.

The biggest size for most of our gloves range is size XL, however, our chemical resistance nitrile gloves are available in size XXL.

gloves size chart

Why Glove Sizing Matters For Comfort and Efficiency?

The notion of “one size fits all” may sound convenient, but when it comes to gloves, it is far from the truth.

Every individual has unique hand dimensions and finding the right glove size is essential for both comfort and efficiency.

Wearing gloves that are too loose can lead to a multitude of problems.

They may slip off easily, compromising the protection they provide and increasing the risk of contamination. Loose gloves can also cause discomfort and hinder dexterity, making it difficult to perform tasks effectively.

On the other hand, gloves that are too tight can constrict blood flow and limit flexibility, leading to fatigue and decreased productivity.

They can also cause discomfort, leaving hands feeling cramped and uncomfortable.

To address these issues, glove manufacturers offer a range of sizes to accommodate different hand shapes and sizes.

At our company, we understand the importance of proper glove sizing. That’s why we provide a comprehensive range of sizes for our glove products.

For instance, our chemical-resistant nitrile gloves are available in sizes ranging from S to XXL, ensuring that individuals with larger hand sizes can find gloves that fit comfortably.

Additionally, our natural rubber gloves are offered in sizes ranging from S to XL, catering to a wide range of hand dimensions.

Choosing the right glove size not only enhances comfort but also promotes better performance, allowing you to carry out your tasks with ease and efficiency.

We hope this information clarifies the misconception surrounding glove sizing and highlights the importance of selecting the appropriate size for your needs.

If you have any further questions or require assistance in choosing the right glove size, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team of experts.

Remember, when it comes to gloves, a proper fit matters for your comfort, safety, and productivity.

We hope that this article might help to clarify how to choose rubber gloves that fit your hands perfectly.

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