Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves
If you feel the cold more than most, wearing silver gloves and socks is an excellent way of keeping your extremities warm. The
Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves are perfect if you suffer from Raynaud's disease, diabetes, infections, nerve damage, finger ulcers, or if you are undergoing chemotherapy.
As the Raynaud's Disease Silver Gloves are fingerless in design, they are ideal for users who need to maintain their dexterity while working or while performing other tasks and activities (e.g. arts and crafts). If you are looking for gloves that can be used while typing, these are the perfect gloves for you.
What Are the Raynaud's Disease Gloves For?
You may be thinking that this question is a little self-explanatory. Well, as you have probably guessed they are designed to prevent Raynaud's attacks or help your hands recover from Raynaud's attacks by helping your hands to retain body heat while enabling full dexterity. Their fingerless design enables you to keep on working in the cold while improving your blood flow, therefore reducing the risk of an episode.
Can the Raynaud's Fingerless Gloves Help with My Condition?
It isn't just those with Raynaud's who suffer in the cold, and people with a wide range of conditions can benefit from keeping their hands warm. This includes users who suffer from the following:
Raynaud's disease Diabetes Infections Nerve damage Finger ulcers Chemotherapy Peripheral neuropathy Scleroderma
As these gloves are lightweight, they can be worn as liners with outdoor gloves. If you simply require a pair of gloves to fight the cold, they can also be worn on their own.
How Do I Know That the Fingerless Gloves Work?
If you take a look at the reviews at the bottom of the page, you'll see that these gloves have helped people who have suffered from Raynaud's for all of their lives. These really are fantastic gloves, proving time and time again to help people who suffer from the cold live easier come winter. Technically, these gloves use silver, that has the unique properties of keeping body heat in and preventing cold air from passing through,
Do They Still Retain Heat Despite Their Fingerless Design?
We understand that thin fingerless gloves don't exactly look warming, but they are. The benefit in their open fingers is to enable dexterity and sensitivity, something that other full gloves lack. As the gloves cover the palms (the most important part of your hand with regards to heat), blood circulation is kept moving and therefore warm blood will continue through to your fingertips.
What is the Benefit of Silver?
These gloves contain 8% silver, meaning that they keep your hands warmer while warding off the onset of Raynaud's disease. Silver works by reflecting 95% of body heat back into the skin, meaning that your hands stay warmer for longer. Silver has one of the lowest heat loss rates around, meaning that these gloves will keep your hands warmer for far longer than conventional thermal gloves.
How Much Dexterity and Sensitivity Do They Offer?
They are designed to offer superb dexterity and sensitivity with their flexible elasthane and cotton lining. They couldn't offer more sensitivity with their open fingers ensuring skin to material contact when handling items. However the lining is thin too, meaning that your dexterity is not compromised even when completing highly tactile tasks such as typing.
Perfect for office work: their fingerless design enables typing
These features allow the glove to shape perfectly to the wrist, hand and fingers. This helps provide medical benefits and natural healing, all of which can help ease any suffering and pain while keeping your hands warm without restricting movement.
How Comfortable Are the Fingerless Silver Gloves?
The Fingerless Gloves are designed with a blend of natural silver and cotton, which means a high level of comfort for the user which enables use throughout the day. Furthermore they use a seamless design which means that the gloves stretch and flex with the natural movement of your hand, ideal for reducing hand fatigue.
Can I Wear Them Through the Night?
Some people suffer from Raynaud's attacks and extremely cold hands throughout the night. If you want to save money on heating and don't want to use any heated packs, the Raynaud's Fingerless Gloves are ideal for keeping your hands toasty and warm while you are asleep. They promise to reduce pain and increase hand temperature by the time you wake up the following morning.
Do the Raynaud's Gloves Protect My Wrist?
Their flexible knitted wrists ensure that it's not just your hands that are protected. If the arms of your jacket or sweater don't quite reach your hands, then the wrist protection that these gloves offer ensure that there will not be any bare skin exposed to the cold.
How Hygienic Are the Fingerless Gloves?
If you're wearing these gloves all of the time including in bed, then you may be a little concerned about how hygienic they are to wear. They are designed with anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties on your skin that help to reduce perspiration and prevent the spread of bacteria. This overall helps to improve your hygiene during use, perfect for using the gloves from morning until evening.
Can I Wash the Raynaud's Fingerless Gloves?
The Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves can be hand washed at up to 30°C. It is advised that you air dry these gloves away from sources of heat.
What Are the Raynaud's Disease Gloves Made From?
The Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Gloves are manufactured from the following materials:
Cotton (88%) Natural silver fibre (8%) Polyamide (3%) Elasthane (1%) Will the Materials Irritate My Skin?
The gloves are totally pollutant free, ensuring that your hands will stay safe and clean. Furthermore they are designed without the use of latex and contaminants, meaning that the chance of your skin becoming irritated is reduced.
Sizing of the Fingerless Silver Gloves
The Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Gloves are available in two sizes. While the Small / Medium gloves are designed for women, the Large / Extra Large gloves are made for men. If you are a woman and have larger hands than most, the Large / Extra Large version might be more suited to your needs, whereas if you're a man and your hands are smaller than most, the Small / Medium size might be more suitable for your needs.
If you are unsure you can check via the table below. Please note that the gloves do have some stretch in them, so should fit most users.
Size Hand Width Small/Medium 9cm Medium/Large 10cm Where Can I Find Out More About the Fingerless Gloves?
The video below tells you more about the Raynaud's Fingerless Gloves. It also features a 360° rotating video that shows their style, flexibility and fit.
VIDEO The Raynaud's Disease Fingerless Silver Gloves are manufactured in the UK.