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Best Arthritis Gloves

Surely, these copper gloves are not for everyone as some of them carry a hefty price-tag.

With that said, one thing can be said for sure, these arthritis gloves are good enough to make it to our list of the top Arthritis Gloves.

Products NameImagePrice
Arthritis Gloves by Vive
Copper Compression Arthritis Gloves
Doctor Developed Pink Ladies Arthritis Compression Gloves
IMAK Compression Arthritis Gloves
Dr. Frederick's Original Arthritis Gloves

Arthritis Gloves Reviews

Arthritis Gloves by Vive

I suffer from RA as well as lymphedema, & due to other medical issues I’m very limited in what meds I can take for the RA. The swelling with both is the worst but I can’t take steroids or have many of the RA meds due to the harshness on my liver. (I suffer other debilitating medical issues which prevent me from being able to take many RA meds.) I found that I have tons of swelling with RA just like the lymphedema in my feet & although I had both RA & lymphedema in my feet the RA didn’t hurt as badly when I wore my compression stockings. I grabbed some other copper infused brand of gloves at the drugstore but they stretched out after a couple hours & then fell apart after I hand washed them a couple times (there’s $10 down the drain)! So I went online & found these they are awesome! I have large hands for a woman but they are not super fat just really long fingers I usually have to get a men’s size L in gloves that have covered fingers but that’s due to my fingers length & they never fit right they’re always to loose to be able to do anything once I Get them on.

So I got a small & they work great for the swelling. The love of my life has lupus & he has larger thicker fingers the same length as mine. His hands get very swollen & his joints throb & swell terribly so I got him a large. We both feel that they do help keep the swelling down a good bit. In fact he just called asking where I got these & I am about to order us each 2 more pair! We both feel that these are made of soft comfortable breathable material that offers a medium amount of compression. It retains its shape & washes well. I suggest that if you plan on using these for compression order a size down but if you want them to simply use as gloves to keep your joints from getting cold order your regular size. Anytime I can eliminate pain/discomfort without taking a pill is a big victory! Thanks Vive Health!

Copper Compression Arthritis Gloves

I just bought these today and just tried them on. I noticed when I went through the reviews I couldn’t find a good picture discribing the size of the gloves. Everyone said that they run small so beings my hands are really small I decided to order a medium. These medium, as you can see fit just right. Not too tight that cut off the bloodflow but still give the compression feel. My ring finger is a size 5 and thumb is a size 7. So I have really skinny fingers and the mediums fit just right. I will follow up with another review when I sleep with them on tonight. I have mild bilateral carpel tunnel and my hands are incredibly sniff, swollen and weak when I wake up in the mornings. I use wrist splits at night but they dont help with the swelling and weakness so I bought these to see if it helps. I’m putting off surgery as long as I can so hope these will bring some relief. I rated them a 5 so far just because they feel very comfortable and a good fit!

This are wonderful. I thought because they were really a low price that they might not work. Tommy Copper is to high for budget, but let me tell you these work just as good and for a fraction of the cost. I have recommended these to my quilting buddies and they have already tried them. We all laugh at how well they work for all of us while quilting by hand. I have seen some others complaining about non good quality and that they tear up easy. I have had my compression gloves for some times, Not only do I wear my gloves everyday to quilt, but I have slept in the numerous nights and they have not even started showing any wear. Now if that is poor quality something is wrong with these others measurement of what good quality is. These glove are AWESOME.

Doctor Developed Pink Ladies Arthritis Compression Gloves

Nice. These take MOST of the pain away. I bought a size XS which is not my glove size by far. I wear a size 7.5 and/ or 8. I have an average size hand and I would NEVER put on an XS in normal gloves nor would I in surgical gloves. But, these are compression and I wanted my pain and discomfort to be compressed away. A reviewer state these run large. And, that review was right. They do but only after a week of wear. They stretch to fit, which is nice. They don’t over stretch they just conform. At least thus far. Please know when I opened the package, I thought I screwed up big time… they looked so small. But, I put them on and they stretch a lot . I would have been upset if I ordered a larger size. I wouldn’t even want Small. I would reorder an XS again if needed. I’ve had them about a week, maybe a tad bit more, and these are what I like at bedtime. And typing on my computer. The material feels and looks like a pink tee. The compression is awesome.These are perfect and precious and I’m so very happy with this purchase.

I have terrible osteoporosis-arthritis, in my fingers and hands. It would take me at least 15 min. every morning, exercising them, just to be able to make a fist. Not anymore, since I found Dr. Arthritis Ladies Gloves. I wear them to sleep in at night, and during the day, on my left hand! … The really bad hand! These are unquestionably, the best gloves, thatI have found, on the Market as of today! Can’t live without them! Have 6 pair!!! See, devotes fan! I don’t even have to say this, because, I’ve never endorsed a product, before, I believe that I these gloves are worth mentioning, because they could possibly help someone else in pain, as well.

IMAK Compression Arthritis Gloves

My 86 year old dad has arthritis in his hands and his old gloves helped very little. I got him these IMAK compression gloves and a pair of the Thermoskin Premium gloves. While the Thermoskins will probably be helpful for working outside, he hasn’t worn them much yet (they don’t fit as smoothly as the IMAK’s and are kind of a weird material) but he LOVES these IMAK gloves, wears them every day. He says they are “perfect,” which is amazing. I’m ordering him another pair but the “active” IMAK’s with the textured palms for grip.

I should point out that although the IMAKs are lighter and offer the best comfort, the Thermoskins are made of different materials, they are thicker and feel like they have significantly more compression. Each have their benefits and which one would be best for you depends on your needs. I think my dad will end up using them both.

My hands are fine, but I may get a pair of these for myself anyway. I tried them on and they are just SO comfortable and feel really good.

DO take the time to measure hands for correct size before ordering. If they are too big you won’t get the benefits they are designed to provide.

Dr. Frederick’s Original Arthritis Gloves

I wanted a glove that covered my hand almost to my fingertips. I have osteoarthritis on all joints in my hands. These cover my hands better than other brands I’ve tried. The fit is nice and tight. The stitching and quality of the glove looks like they should hold up well. I mainly wear these at night but I can see wearing them when needed during the day and they would not hinder any work that I may be doing. It’s the compression that helps my arthritis. There’s no medical miracle cure attached to them ….i.e. copper. I’ve tried those gloves too. I think I’ll stick with this brand.

I think of this as a provisional review. I received the goods today. The fit is perfect, and I love how they cover all the way to the last knuckle. It really should help with my arthritic hands. I say provisional because I’ve only worn them for 30 minutes while knitting. If there is a downside it would apply to all of these kinds of gloves not just this brand: the fabric has no texture so they slip especially on my knitting needles, but I will learn to work with them.