Imak Compression Fingerless Gloves

Color: Black
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Aching hands often want more support and warmth than regular fingerless gloves can provide. That's why we're so excited to offer these arthritis gloves from Imak®! You don't need arthritis to benefit from their beautiful design, either. Designed by an orthopedic surgeon; they offer not only mild compression to relieve joint swelling and offer support, but have long fingers, to provide more warmth while still leaving your fingertips free to do daily tasks.

Sizing Info

Measure the width of your hand at the knuckles to determine your size.
Small: Fits hands up to 3 1/8 inches wide
Medium: Fits hands up to 3 1/2 inches wide
Large: Fits hands up to 4 inches wide
If you are between sizes choose the smaller size for more compression or the larger one for less.
Cuffs stretch up to 13 inches.

Need help? Check out our Sizing Info page.

Fiber Content & Care Instructions

92% cotton, 8% spandex, not made with natural rubber latex

Hand wash cold, air dry.

Additional Information

Long in the fingers, they covered up to the knuckle just below the nail on most hands. We loved the extra length for the warmth and support!

As these are a compression style, they'll be a bit snug as you first wear them but ease into your hand shape over multiple wears, while still offering compression and support.

Slim arms may find that the gloves will be loose in the wrist.

Country of Manufacture - China

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Elsa M.
Great for drafty winters

I've suffered with painfully cold hands every winter for years, and just last year was diagnosed with Raynaud's. My usual solution (to bundle up and keep my hands covered with my blanket) doesn't work when I have to actually use my hands. I'd been looking for compression gloves to try to help keep warm while still being able to use my phone and get anything else done that needs my hands, but everything I could find wouldn't cover enough of my fingers. So glad I found these.

These gloves are the perfect length to cover my joints while keeping enough of my fingertip free to not interfere with anything touch screen or tactile. They're comfortably thin, but the material keeps my hands warm and free of pain. I'm autistic and was worried that the feeling of the fabric on my fingers rubbing against each other would be too much for me, as it has been in the past with other gloves I've tried, but the construction keeps the seams away from where your fingers touch. I actually look forward to putting these gloves on when I get home!


I don't have arthritis or any other diagnosable joint condition (just generally kinda weak floppy joints), but I do get frequent pain/discomfort/tiredness in my hands and wrists. Wearing regular fingerless gloves improved it a bit, so I bought these gloves to try them out, and I'm so glad I did! The gentle level of compression gives me significant relief. I especially appreciate the longer fingers on these. I wish the wrists were a bit longer and tighter, though.

One thing to note is that, being a pretty tight and elastic fit, these gloves are slightly harder to put on and take off than normal gloves. If you have problems with fine motor dexterity or extremely limited grip strength, you might need somebody to help you with them. I also try to take them off quite carefully, because I don't want to stretch them excessively and wear out their compression power.


My occupational therapist recommended these for the pain and stiffness I experience when my hands are cold. I have low blood pressure and a hypermobility disorder, so these help to keep my hands warm and comfortably support my hypermobile hands and wrists! I also wear ring splints and can wear these over them. Hoping they restock so I can get a few more!

love these gloves!

Comfortable and supportive! I try to be careful taking them off so I don't cause extra wear on the seams, since they are by nature pretty tight.