Previewed on BBC Breakfast TV for keeping those hands and fingers warmer.
This pack contains two pairs of our famous fine knit, stretch to fit seamless 8% silver fingerless gloves.
If you constantly have cold hands and fingers, have Raynaud’s, are currently having chemotherapy treatment or have Diabetes these gloves can help. These fine knit seamless 8% silver fingerless gloves could be a dream come true. They will help to keep the hands warmer and help ward off a Raynaud’s attack. These Seamless silver fingerless gloves can help where there is constant cold, numbness, tingling and pain which commonly affects hands and fingers and which can be extremely serious. These fine knit seamless silver fingerless gloves either can be worn either on their own or with liners with outdoor gloves.
Natural pure silver minimises any radiative body heat loss by actively reflecting the body’s energy back to the skin. As the fingerless gloves contain natural pure silver they will keep your hands much warmer when compared to conventional products. Silver also has one of the lowest radiant heat loss rates and therefore keeps warmer for longer.
- Recommended by SRUK
- The silver fibre is 100% natural and certified.
- Wash Instructions: The fingerless gloves can be hand washed at 30c flat dried and smoothed to shape without any loss of medical performance or comfort.
- 88% Combed Cotton
- 8% Silver Fibre
- 3% Polyamide
- 1% Elastane
Posted by Julie on 11th Nov 2016
I've bought these fingerless gloves for my son-in-law as a Christmas gift. I got him some last year and he's over the moon with them. Enough to ask for some more! He suffers badly with raynaulds and until he tried these he was having so much trouble. He even got to the stage where his hands were unless for most things. I'm happy to say you with using these gloves his life style has really improved. Thankyou so much. Needless to say I'll be shopping with you again xx
Posted by Lynn Cunningham on 9th Jun 2016
These gloves are a life saver and wash up as good as new.
I have Scleroderma and my fingers are bent and rub against each other and these gloves separate the fingers and enable me to feel more comfortable. Thanks a million.
fingerless gloves great for raynaurds suffererd
Posted by Hazel on 21st Apr 2016
I have bought several pairs of these gloves. I suffer with raynaurds and scleroderma and suffer with the circulation problems these conditions cause. I wear the gloves nearly all the time. Although they dont fully stop the discolouration in the fingers they keep hands warm (and I can't wear full gloves at work!!)