The Arthritic Wrist Pain Relieving Sleeves
3.9 (123 Reviews) Item
The Arthritic Wrist Pain Relieving Sleeves
3.9 (123 Reviews) Item

Available only from Hammacher Schlemmer, this is the pair of sleeves for the wrist and thumb that combines clinically proven heat therapy with compression for pain relief from arthritis, injuries, and other conditions.

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Available only from Hammacher Schlemmer, this is the pair of sleeves for the wrist and thumb that combines clinically proven heat therapy with compression for pain relief from arthritis, injuries, and other conditions. While exerting gentle pressure, the three-dimensional patented lining creates a micro-climate that maintains elevated skin temperatures while wicking away moisture and promoting healthy air flow. The textured, non-slip exterior leaves the fingers free so you can go about your daily routine; arthritic pain is relieved even when you’re picking up objects and talking on the phone. Soft and comfortable enough to be worn when asleep. Fits both the right and left hand. Unisex. Sizes (circumference of hand around the knuckles) S (7"-7 3/4"), M (8"-9"), L (9 1/4"-10 1/2"), XL (10 3/4"-11 1/2"), or XXL (11 3/4" and up).

Customer Reviews Customer Reviews 3.9 (123 Reviews)
SizingSizing
Glove Size Hand Size (Inches)
S 7"-7 3/4"
M 8"-9"
L 9 1/4"-10 1/2"
XL 10 3/4"-11 1/2"
XXL 11 3/4" +
How To Determine Your Glove Size

To ensure a proper fit in our gloves, we encourage you to measure your hand to determine your glove size.

How to Measure Your Hand
  • Hold your hand flat, palm side down.
  • Wrap a measuring tape tightly around your hand, making sure to measure the widest part of your knuckle area, all the way around your palm and back.
  • Make a fist with the measuring tape in-hand, making sure it is still over the top of your knuckles.
  • The resulting measurement in inches is your hand size. If in-between sizes, order the next size up.

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