Leather Gloves Size Chart And Measurements
We are here to help you to buy the best size first time for gloves of both men and women, will fit you perfectly. It is important to note that leather garments are made from tailored leather panels which do not have the elastic properties common to many modern day fabrics. Therefore, when choosing the size of leather clothing you should consider what your usual size is most typically in a glove that does not have stretch properties, that is to say you should identify your glove size and the size you most often buy. For best practice, please refer the care instructions below that will help you to choose the best size.
Men's Glove Size Chart
|Inch||7.5 - 8||8.5 - 9||9.5 - 10||10.5 - 11||11.5 - 12|
Women's Glove Size Chart
|Inch||6.5||7||7.5 - 8||8.5||-|
Measuring the Perfect Glove Size
You can check out the below instructions for measuring your glove size to ensure the perfect fitting. You don’t have to worry about anything, as we’ve got you all covered with guaranteed satisfaction along with helpful customer support that is available 24/7 for your convenience.
All you need for measuring your glove size is a tape measure. Measure (in inches or centimeter) around your hand at the area below your knuckles. You can use your dominant hand for glove measurement (Use the right hand if you are right-handed and use the left hand if you are left-handed)
Size in Numbers: The size in numbers refers to the size measured in inches or centimeters. You can round up or down to the nearest size, as per the glove size chart.
Size in Letters: You can use the glove size measurement chart to convert inches or centimeters to letters (S, M, L, XL or 2XL). Round up or down to the nearest letter size.
How to measure Your Glove Size?
This is a step-by-step way to determine your glove size. Do not stretch or curve your hand while measuring.
Step 1: Grab a tape that measures in inches or centimeters.
Step 2: Press the tape measure on the widest part of your hand- which is right below your knuckles.
Step 3: Rap the tape measure around the area to the point where the tapes measure starts.
Step 4: The result in inches or centimeters is your glove size.
Step 5: If your glove size is in between sizes, round up or down to the nearest size.
Step 6: Look for your measured size on the leather glove size chart.