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33 reviews | 4.3 out of 5
I have Raynaud's disease and it has progressed to the point that every bump or papercut that I get turns into ulcers on my hands. I work part time in an office and in order to protect my hands I had to accept that I must wear them...I LOVE them. They are comfy, not bulky. When I am home if my hands are cold I wear them then as well.
But I do wish they came in different colors.
I am a profesional seamstress and my hands had become a problem. I was having pain, dry rough hands and numbness. A friend recomended the Crafters Glove. I have had them for a little over a week now and I will never be without them again. In addition to their use in my sewing and needle work I also am using them alone with my gardening gloves. Works wonderful. I love them
Why would I want green ones? I was relieved that the ones I purchased were brown, because I wear them in a work situation! Nothing like lime green gloves to call attention to the fact that I have gloves on! My only gripe, which I have rectified myself, is that the fabric on the thumb doesn't extend down long enough to keep my thumb joint warm (although I can see why... dirt and movement restriction) and the finish edge stitching of the fabric on the thumbs aggravates my skin a bit at the joint. Solution?: I made two small tubes of fleecy fabric-- I put them on first, and then put the glove on over it. This way, my thumb joint is warm and toasty and my skin is protected from the scratchy stitching line. Might look a little weird but it works. These gloves are also easy to slip a full pair of gloves over for being outside, for double hand warmth. Love them. Definitely worth the money!
Ordered size large they are brown item #82310 fits well but there are seams that leave indents but are not too bad. Helped with swelling and hand pain as it says on box they do work. Great product for the price. To pick size I guessed but box say measure width at knuckles top of fist across sizing is small up to 3 1/8 medium up to 3 1/2 large up to 4"
I was looking for crafters gloves that would cover my fingers for cooler weather when I work in my needlework and these fit. The fingers are a little longer than I expected; however, they can be folded back for a smaller hand. Note to other who may order: Yes, these gloves are brown and not the green shown on the box.
Another posted a size recommendation (3 1/2" small) that worked for me. I use for long time at computer where my hand is positioned over mouse; keeps my hand warm also.
I have arthritis in my hands and they are very helpful in reducing pain and swelling. However, they are brown, not green as the package shows.
Ive used these before and really like them. They help keep hands from cramping when working on craft, sewing, crochet, etc. Ive tried other types and brands and these are the best. The gloves were brown not green but that was actually a pleasant surprise.
Disappointed that the gloves were not as sturdy as I thought they would be. Does not provide the support that I need. The measurement guide should also be provided in the description, not just on the box for measurement "after" the fact...
From the moment I put these gloves on, my hands were embraced in warm comfort. I can wear them while typing on the computer or using the mouse, which generally causes wrist pain in a short period of time. The support is gentle rather than restrictive, as is sometimes found in wrist braces. I even sleep in these gloves.
I have arthritis and the gloves are a great help. I wear them when I use the computer and they are especially helpful when I am doing my embroidery. A great help when I write. They are also handy doing other small jobs around the house. I recommend them highly.
these gloves were exactly what I was looking for. it is hard to find gloves with high cotton fabric content. I had to order a large size on line because they did not come in a large size in the store.
I like these gloves very much.
I use them to type on my computer, crochet and sleep in. Very comfortable!
I love to crochet. But my hands ache after a bit. These gloves help
i work in a factory and need gloves to go underneath the work gloves we are given. i have tried the more expensive gray colored gloves and they didnt wore out quickly and i had to re-stitch them. i thought about giving these gloves a try. i wasnt sure what to expect but they are FANTASTIC. they stay up on your fingers when you put other gloves over top of them. they are thicker and feel really good. they are perfect and for less money than the other ones. highly recommend these gloves.
I like these gloves--I bought them without knowing anything about the sizing, but I got large and they fit a palm up to 4 inches across the knuckles. Works good and even fits around my wrist. Fingers are a tad long but are easily rolled back. The gloves I received were brown, not green. Not a problem. They are quite warm too. Good for cold climates, but I'm going to sweat like a pig in AZ. They did help my hands from aching so that was good. I'm satisfied. I had to laugh at the box they shipped in. The actual box for the gloves is maybe 4x5 and maybe an inch thick. The shipping box was shoebox size. I don't know what they were thinking when they packed these things but somebody needs to pay a bit more attention. Overall, I like the gloves. I bought a pair for my sister too as her hands are really bad from carpel tunnel and trigger finger and she says these help hold things in place so that she doesn't injure them in her sleep.
These gloves are pretty comfortable and don't make my hands sweat like the black neoprene gloves. They're a little loose, though, so the compression is not as tight as I'd like. I don't wear them for crafting so I can't say if they'd be comfortable for that.
Great for purpose intended. As a pianist, just the right amount of compression needed for arthritic fingers
The Crafter's Comfort Gloves are in brown rather than lemon green as posted on the site. Brown may be better because it does not get dirty easily and not as eye catching. The tightness of the gloves is sufficient. It would be better if it is a bit tighter. There is more support on the fingers than the wrist. It seems that the material of the gloves stretch easily. I don't know how long would the support retain. I just got the glove. Time will tell. For maintenance, I would suggest hand wash or put the gloves in a laundry net if machine wash. The price for the gloves is alright. Actually, it is a bit high for the kind of material it was made.
third pair and work wonderfully. allows fingertips to be free to use phone. type and work while keeping hands warm and helping with circulation and pain associated with arthritis. I just wish the new ones I receieved had been green like the box rather than brown but ehhh color is not the main point at the end of the day. definitely will continue buying as they wear out.