Nice item however due to me having small hands, the S/M size is still too big/baggy for me especially around the wrist. This being the case, unfortunately they do not work for me. If you start doing a smaller size for petite Raynaud's sufferers like myself, I would definitely give them another try.
These felt very tight compared to the gloves with fingers and three minutes after taking them off a ganglion developed in one thumb. Appreciate that it may well be unrelated but haven't had one in either hand for years. They also hadn't helped much outdoors though understand that is putting them through a test they're not designed for. I'd worn them because opening bags to pick up after the dog is impossible in the other silver gloves.
I bought these for my wife who has recently been diagnosed with Raynauds. Her job involves sitting for extended periods at the keyboard so ‘fingerless’ gloves seemed like a good idea. The reason for only 3 stars is because the fingers are too short. They sit on her knuckles and continuously roll up leaving more of her fingers exposed and therefore cold. A cheaper pair bought elsewhere, albeit not quite as warm, do not have this problem as the fingers are longer. I was going to buy a pair of the more expensive ‘typist’s gloves’ from Raynauds Disease.com once they were back in stock but I’m not sure they will be any better.
My fingerless silver gloves are a wonderful success. I don’t have Raynauds but my hand gets cold. I play a horn, because my right hand is paralysed, and the fingerless design works perfectly for me . So does the fact the gloves are “flat”, so I can wear either glove on my left hand, the right being in a pressure glove already. Fabulous discovery of your great product!
Got these for my 92 yr old m-in-l as she gets cold hands, always has had! She loves them they help keep her hands warm and by doing this ease the arthritis. With the lack of bulk in the glove it is not stopping her doing the jobs around the house that she wants to get done. These have simply improved her life, many thanks to all