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Best Gloves for Raynaud's Disease 2023

1 Comment2 January 2023  |  Eugene

Raynaud's syndrome hits our extremities the hardest, and often the first place to feel it is the hands. No matter the season, Raynaud's-stricken hands are prone to feeling cold, painful, and exhibiting telltale white finger symptoms.

Our Gloves for Raynaud's Disease are an obvious solution, but our experts at RaynaudsDisease.com know that it takes a special glove to truly work for Raynaud's victims. In this article, we've put together some of our top picks and solutions, designed to fit into your life and keep your hands feeling warm, cosy and comfortable.

What Are Raynaud's Disease Gloves?

Simply put, Raynaud's disease gloves are any pair that help you to better manage the symptoms associated with the condition. Some gloves are better designed for this than others, with many offering special heat-retaining properties, and others made with thermal and waterproof materials to warm your hands on cold, wet and windy days. Our Raynaud's experts have made the following picks to tackle your symptoms:

Our Top Pick - Silver Gloves for Raynaud's

Winner: Raynaud's Disease Deluxe Silver Gloves

Deluxe Silver Gloves for Raynaud's Disease

Why We Love Them...

 Made with 12% silver fibre – HIGHEST silver content available!
 Silver thread makes the gloves naturally antimicrobial
 Conductive silver allows them to work with touchscreens

Perfect For...

 Use as glove liners due to their thin design
 Fending off the first signs of Raynaud's
 Lessening pain in the fingers due to arthritis

Not the Best For...

 Use outside on the coldest winter days (See our solution)
 Keeping warm during wet tasks (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: The first port of call for sufferers of Raynaud's disease is making sure body heat stays in your hands, and we've found silver gloves to be the best solution out there. These gloves use silver fibre to reflect your heat back inwards, helping to prevent your hands getting cold in the first place. These gloves are fairly thin though, so you'll need an outerglove for windy, rainy or especially cold days.

Runner Up: Raynaud's Disease 8% Silver Gloves (less silver means slightly less heat retention) 


Best Value Silver Gloves for Raynaud's

Winner: Raynaud's Disease Silver Gloves

Raynaud's Disease Silver Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Made with 8% silver fibre to reflect heat back to the hands
 Great gloves to benefit from silver fabric on a budget
 Comfortable and affordable gloves with touchscreen capability

Perfect For...

 Use as glove liners for looser-fitting gloves
 Exercise or activities where you may go through multiple pairs
 Reducing Raynaud's and arthritis pain in fingers

Not the Best For...

 Use as liners in the tightest-fitting gloves (See our solution)
 Really wet outdoor tasks (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: While the deluxe gloves above offer more heat retention, these 8% silver gloves are a great budget option that still provide the benefits of silver fibre. Though they're a bit less warm, they're slightly thicker than the deluxe gloves, making them ideal for use as liners in looser outergloves. The affordable price also makes them great if you're rough on gloves and tend to go through a few pairs!

 


Best Fingerless Gloves for Raynaud's Disease

Winner: Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves

Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Provide the benefits of silver while leaving your fingers free
 Can be worn at any time around the home or work
 Reflect your heat back to your hands to prevent white fingers

Perfect For...

 Use while typing or writing while at work
 Fiddly tasks around the home on colder days
 Fending off Raynaud's attacks at any time – even when sleeping

Not the Best For...

 Use outside on colder days (See our solution)
 The most severe Raynaud's symptoms (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: While full coverage of the hands will be a bit warmer for preventing Raynaud's attacks, for a lot of tasks you're going to need full use of your fingertips. When I want to stay warm, but need to type on a keyboard or use a touchpad while at work, these fingerless silver gloves are the perfect go-to.

  


Best Thermal Winter Gloves for Raynaud's Disease

Winner: Ejendals Tegera 295 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves 

Ejendals Tegera 295 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Winter-lined and waterproof to protect from the cold and wet
 Surprisingly flexible and dextrous for full use of your fingers
 Reinforced fingers and thumbs ensure they'll last a while

Perfect For...

 Use during just about any activity from driving to gardening
 Tasks that require use of your fingers, like walking the dog
 Warding off finger pain on those chilly days

Not the Best For...

 Use as glove liners (See our solution)
 Really wet outdoor tasks (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: Personally, these are my favourite winter gloves, as they're cosy and warm, without being too bulky to get on with your day. I use them for driving before the car warms up on winter mornings, and for manipulating my dog leads to keep those pups on the path!

Make sure to choose a size larger than you normally would though, as these gloves run about a size and a half small.

Runner Up: Ejendals Tegera 297 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves (a bit warmer, but less dexterity for everyday tasks.)  


Best Compression Gloves for Raynaud's 

Winner: Antimicrobial Copper Compression Gloves for Raynaud's

Raynaud's Disease Copper Antimicrobial Compression Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Combine warmth and compression to boost circulation in fingers
 Made with copper fibre, which is used by NASA and the military
 Copper is naturally antimicrobial to boost hygiene and skin health

Perfect For...

 Everyday use to fend off cold and painful fingers
 Tasks that require good grip and dexterity in the cold
 Use while exercising in cold weather

Not the Best For...

 Days where your hands will be cold and wet (See our solution)
 Keeping warm during a cold wind (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: These copper gloves are a little bit more robust than the silver ones, so they're more suited to use as standalone gloves rather than glove liners. The compression they provide can really help to keep blood flowing through your hands, preventing the white-finger Raynaud's effect. The copper also kills bacteria, which is ideal for keeping them hygienic (perfect if you use gloves during exercise).

Runner Up: Thermoskin Arthritis and Raynaud's Compression Gloves (More compression, but not quite as warm with open-tip fingers) 


Best Heated Gloves for Raynaud's Disease

Winner: Therm-IC PowerGlove Ladies Heated Gloves

Therm-IC PowerGlove Ladies Heated Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Thermal gloves with a heating element to keep you warm
 Will keep your fingers toasty no matter what the weather is like
 Battery can provide heat for up to ten hours on a single charge

Perfect For...

 Raynaud's sufferers who find that regular gloves don't cut it
 Long walks in the winter or skiing holidays
 Anyone looking for the cosiest glove experience possible

Not the Best For...

 Those looking to warm their hands on a budget (See our solution)
 Use during sports where hands will sweat (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: When warm materials and heat-retaining silver won't do the trick, bring in the big guns with a pair of gloves fitted with heating elements to bring toasty warmth anywhere you go. These gloves are designed to distribute warmth all the way to the fingertips, making them ideal for preventing Raynaud's attacks. While they're pricier than others in the list, they'll instantly become your favourite piece of winter kit!

Runner Up: Combine thermal gloves with HotRox Double-Sided Electronic Handwarmer


Best Windproof, Waterproof Gloves for Raynaud's

Winner: Ejendals Tegera 517 Thermal Waterproof Winter Gloves

Ejendals Tegera 517 Thermal Waterproof Warm Winter Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Remarkably thin and dextrous with a waterproof, windproof shell
 Ideal if you want to stay warm without losing finger dexterity
 Soft and cosy inner lining to keep your hands feeling comfortable

Perfect For...

 Staying comfortable on cold and wet days 
 Keeping your fingers nimble while cycling in the rain
 Getting out in the garden during inclement weather

Not the Best For...

 The coldest of winter days (See our solution)
 Use as glove liners (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: These gloves are the thinner, more water-resistant cousin to the Ejendals 295 Gloves above, and are great if you want to get a bit more dexterity at the expense of a little bit of thermal lining. They're still great for keeping your hands warm on everything but the coldest days, and our team particularly love them for a cycle commute on a wet and windy London day!

Runner Up: Freezemaster FM2 Wateproof Fleece Lined Gloves (slightly warmer, but bulkier with a bit less waterproofing) 


Warmest Raynaud's Gloves for Winter Activities

Winner: Ejendals Tegera 595 Thinsulate Thermal Waterproof Winter Gloves

Ejendals Tegera 595 Thinsulate Thermal Waterproof Winter Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Our warmest winter gloves, suitable for extreme cold
 Thinsulate lining provides unmatched warmth and heat retention
 Waterproof and warm thanks to insulating full-grain cowhide

Perfect For...

 When you want to stay warm, no matter the weather
 Winter activities like skiing, snowboarding or walking the dog
 Staying warm when no other gloves will do

Not the Best For...

 Cold tasks where you need dexterity (See our solution)
 Dirty jobs in the garden or around the home on cold days (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: When you'd like to be outside on a cold day and only the most warmth will do, the Ejendals 595 Thermal Gloves are tough to beat. These gloves are bulky, but still provide good grip for activities like skiing, though manipulating a fiddly dog leash may be a little tough. We've tried them out on a recent ski holiday though, and they really did the trick!

Runner Up: Ejendals 297 Thermal Winter Gloves (Not quite as warm, but provide a bit more dexterity) 


Best Heavy-Duty Gloves for Outdoor Work

Winner: Skytec Argon Thermal Water-Resistant Gloves

Skytec Argon Thermal Water-Resistant Gloves

Why We Love Them...

 Tough and warm gloves suitable for temperatures as low as -50°C
 Water-resistance keeps your hands comfortable in any weather
 Designed for tough tasks to protect from more than just cold

Perfect For...

 Dirty jobs on cold days in the garden or around the home
 Wet jobs on cold days like washing the car or window cleaning
 Protecting your hands during DIY tasks

Not the Best For...

 More intricate tasks on cold days (See our solution)
 Any task where finger dexterity is key (See our solution)

Editor's Verdict: Cold, wet days aren't the most inviting for getting out in the garden, but for some of us, the satisfaction of a well-groomed flower bed is worth it! The Skytex Argon gloves are warm enough to help you beautify your home or garden in any conditions, and feature a cosy inner liner as well as a water-resistant and grippy palm to tackle any task.

Runner Up: Briers Sage Warm Gardening Gloves (Not quite as tough or warm, but slightly more dexterity


Why Use Silver Gloves?

Silver Raynaud's gloves are one of the top recommendations for anybody with Raynaud's disease, as the silver thread present in the gloves reflects the heat back to your hand. This helps to prevent the loss of your natural body heat, keeping it locked in and stopping it from escaping. The silver gloves are available with standard 8% silver thread and with a more deluxe 12% silver thread, so you can cater to your own preferences.

Did you know that we also have a wide range of Silver Gloves bundles to provide you with great savings across a range of products? You can purchase Silver Gloves with hand warmers, socks, and even an electric seat cover to ensure you can treat Raynaud's whenever and wherever it strikes without worrying about the cost. Find all our Silver Gloves Bundles here!

Why Use Copper Gloves?

If you're worried that constantly wearing gloves will begin to feel unhygienic, then the Raynaud's Disease Compression Warming Copper Gloves could be just the thing for you. They utilise copper in the fabric to provide reliable heat retention, while also reducing bacteria.

The Warming Copper Gloves are particularly good for anybody who also suffers from arthritis, as they help to reduce inflammation of the hands associated with both Raynaud's and arthritis. The gloves feature thermal-regulating properties to increase blood flow, which in turn relieves some of the pain that can arise with both conditions.

Why Use Fingerless Gloves?

Fingerless gloves are also great if you want to maintain full finger dexterity and feeling in your fingertips. This is a particularly practical way of managing your Raynaud's symptoms indoors, whether working at a desk or a till, on the phones, or in a classroom. With fingerless gloves, you can continue to enjoy full use and feeling of your fingers without fully exposing your hands to the elements. Why not give the Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves a try!

Have you found the perfect pair of gloves for you? We'd love to know which pair you've decided to go for! Why not leave us a comment below, or find us on Twitter and Facebook!

Raynaud's Disease Silver Gloves

Raynaud's Disease Silver Gloves

£14.99
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  • Silver gloves ideal for Raynaud's disease
  • Heat-retaining silver thread keeps hands warm
  • Antimicrobial design for hygiene and freshness
  • Also great for wearing as glove liners
Raynaud's Disease Deluxe Silver Gloves

Raynaud's Disease Deluxe Silver Gloves

£30.99
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  • Deluxe silver gloves ideal for Raynaud's disease
  • Heat-retaining 12% silver thread keeps hands warm
  • Featuring antimicrobial and anti-static materials 
  • Also great for wearing as glove liners
Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves

Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves

£12.99
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  • Fingerless gloves that prevent Raynaud's Disease episodes
  • Fingerless design aids in dexterity, sensitivity and control
  • Infused in silver to prevent heat from escaping
  • Suitable also those with diabetes, infections, ulcers and more
Raynaud's Disease Copper Antimicrobial Compression Gloves

Raynaud's Disease Copper Antimicrobial Compression Gloves

£19.99
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  • Pair of gloves infused with copper for warmth and antimicrobial protection
  • Ideal for sufferers of Raynaud's disease, arthritis and cold hands
  • Antimicrobial properties help to protect against germs on surfaces
  • Help to keep hands soft and smooth while resisting odour
Skytec Argon Thermal Water-Resistant Gloves

Skytec Argon Thermal Water-Resistant Gloves

£7.59
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  • Pair of water-resistant and thermal gloves
  • Ideal for wearing in temperatures as low as -50°C
  • Water-resistant coating helps to keep your hands dry
  • Good dexterity perfect for gardening and outdoor work
Ejendals Tegera 295 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves

Ejendals Tegera 295 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves

£19.09
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  • Gloves to keep you warm and protected in the winter
  • Ideal for use by sufferers of Raynaud's disease
  • Winter-lined and waterproof for use in cold and wet conditions
  • Extremely good fingertip sensitivity for finger dexterity
Ejendals Tegera 517 Thermal Waterproof Warm Winter Gloves

Ejendals Tegera 517 Thermal Waterproof Warm Winter Gloves

£10.06
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  • Warm gloves with full protection against the elements
  • Ideal for those with Raynaud's on cold and wet days
  • Windproof and waterproof for all-weather warmth
  • Flexible and soft to allow full finger movement
Ejendals Tegera 595 Thinsulate Thermal Waterproof Winter Gloves

Ejendals Tegera 595 Thinsulate Thermal Waterproof Winter Gloves

£47.99
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  • Pair of extreme cold weather thermal gloves
  • Ideal winter protection for people with Raynaud's
  • Thinsulate 200g lining suitable for -50°C environments
  • Waterproof design for use in wet weather
Ejendals Tegera 297 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves

Ejendals Tegera 297 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves

£22.99
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  • Pair of highly insulated thermal waterproof gloves
  • Ideal for winter protection for people with Raynaud's
  • Thinsulate lining keeps hands warm without adding bulk
  • Soft, high-quality materials provide superior comfort
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