Glove Care & Sizing


Glove Sizing

At the minute, we are only offering sizes 7-10,

although we are already in the process of widening our size availability. 

There are a few general guidelines for those looking to buy gloves of the right size. We suggest that you buy gloves slightly larger than your hand.

...meaning there is a slight bit of negative space in the glove. This is especially important at the end of the finger, as not only is it uncomfortable to have your fingers reach the end of the glove, but it will also cause the glove to wear faster

Our gloves are cut (or stitched together to be more technical) in a negative cut. This means that all the stitching is on the inside of the glove, which leads to a slightly tighter fit. If your hand measurement is just on the upper boundary of a size class, we recommend buying a size up for the optimum comfort. 

The size table below describes some general rules based on measurements of your hands. If you are unsure about anything, feel free to simply send us a message and we will be happy to help you choose the right size. 

Glove Care

The most important factor in determining how much you have to spend on gloves per season is how well you care for the gloves you have. 

Never washing your gloves can give them a useable lifespan of just a few weeks, whereas you can easily get a year or more out of a glove you clean after every session. 

The reason for this is that sweat and dirt that builds up the latex during use will begin to break down the latex, reducing its grip and causing it to be more brittle, and therefore susceptible to being damaged. 

A recently washed glove can have grip that is pretty much no different to the grip of when the glove was new, so it is a vital process for getting the most out of your gloves. Here are the steps we recommend you take.


It may be tedious to clean your gloves every time they are used, but it is certainly worth it. 
  • Fill a bowl with warm water (it is important that it is not hot/boiling, as this will damage the latex) 
  • Let the gloves soak in this water for a few minutes
  • Using your hand to scrub, get off as much dirt as possible from both the palm and backhand
  • Drain the bowl, and then repeat the above step under running warm water until no more dirt can be removed
  • Stuff the glove with paper towel, and leave to dry overnight

Do you need to use glove wash/soap? 

We don’t personally believe it is entirely necessary to buy glove soap/wash, however it certainly isn’t going to harm your gloves to do so.  
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