Choose Your Gloves Size In Just 3 Steps! (Video)

Date: 16.06.2020 | Shing Yee


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.

Palm size

Will one size fits all?

One size definitely does not fits all, especially when it comes to glove products. If you are looking for various sizes of gloves when developing your rubber gloves products, we have sizes ranging from S to XXL for our chemical-resistant nitrile gloves and sizes ranging from S to XL for natural rubber gloves. 

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

If you have any questions regarding this topic, feel free to reach out to us!

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