Heat Holders Willow Women's Thermal Gloves (Cream)
If you suffer from Raynaud's disease, you know how difficult it can be to keep your hands warm, particularly in winter, or even on cold days year round. Heat Holders Willow Women's Thermal Gloves (Cream) are made using a HeatWeaver lining that traps hot air and holds it close to the skin for fantastic insulation. The insides are also luxuriously soft with a fur-like feeling, while the cuffs are extended, to bridge any gap between the gloves and your sleeves.
Sizing of the Heat Holders Willow Gloves
The Heat Holders Willow Gloves come in two different sizes, Small/Medium and Large/Extra Large. To find which glove size is right for you, measure the circumference of your hand at the base of the knuckles as shown in the diagram below. Match your measurement to the table to find your perfect size.
|Size ||Hand Circumference |
|Small/Medium ||7.5 - 8.2" (19 - 21cm) |
|Medium/Large ||8.2 - 9.1" (21 - 23cm) |
How Do Heat Holders Help Raynaud's Sufferers?
Cold weather can bring on Raynaud's attacks, hence why they are particularly common in the winter and on cold days. Using high-tog materials, multiple layers of insulation and thermal inner lining, Heat Holders increase and retain warmth in the hands. As a result, Heat Holders significantly reduce the likelihood of Raynaud's flare-ups, keeping you cosy, comfortable and more importantly, safe!
How Do They Help You in Cold?
These gloves use a specially designed combination of acrylic and polyester fibres, trapping air within the gloves themselves to keep the hands warm for as long as possible. The fur-like lining is fantastic for heat retention and maximises the amount that is held to the skin.
HeatWeaver Lining for Fantastic Heat Retention and Comfort
These Heat Holders Gloves are made with HeatWeaver lining, which has a luxuriously soft fur-like feeling and is designed to retain hot air and hold it close to the skin.
Long Elasticated Cuffs Maximise Warmth
It's no good having a warm pair of gloves if there's a gap between them and your sleeves. The cuffs of these Heat Holders Willow Gloves are extended to bridge that gap. They're also elasticated so that they adhere close to your skin and prevent cold air getting inside any gaps.
Who Can Use the Heat Holders Willow Gloves?
These Willow Gloves are great for just keeping your hands warm in the winter or chilly days all year round. But there are also certain conditions that make retaining heat in your extremities really difficult, and these Heat Holders Gloves could really help. These conditions include, but aren't limited to the following:
- Raynaud's Disease
- Autoimmune problems (such as anaemia)
- Heart disease
- Hormonal changes (hypothyroidism)
- Poor blood circulation
- Nerve conditions (such as fibromyalgia)
- Peripheral artery disease
Where Can The Willow Gloves Be Worn?
While these gloves can be used to help with a number of different health issues or just for keeping warm, they can also be worn during any activity where you might want a bit of extra cold protection. Their internal fur-like material traps more air to allow for better insulation, making them perfect for a number of activities:
- Most other indoor and outdoor activities!
Key Features and Benefits of the Heat Holders Willow Gloves
- Fur-like lining is breathable yet insulating for warmth and comfort
- Lining also retains heat by trapping air close to the skin
- Long cuffs prevent gaps between sleeves and gloves
- Cuffs are also elasticated to stick to skin and prevent air getting in
See The Heat Holders for Yourself
Want to know a little more about the Heat Holders Gloves and see them in action? Have a look at the video below:
How To Care For Your Heat Holders Thermal Gloves
To make the most of your Heat Holders, simply machine wash at 40°C, and do not tumble dry.
The Heat Holders Gloves are comprised of various high quality materials: