Collection: Measuring the palm of the hand

How to Measure Your Hand for the Perfect Glove Fit

Finding the right glove size is essential for comfort and functionality. Here's a simple guide to measure your hand correctly:

  • Hand Circumference:
  1. Lay your dominant hand flat, palm up, without stretching your fingers.
  2. Use a flexible tape measure.
  3. Place the tape measure around the fullest part of your hand, just below the knuckles, excluding the thumb—this is your 'hand circumference'.
  4. Wrap the tape measure from the crook of the thumb around the outer edge of the palm.


  • Hand Length:
  1. Measure from the tip of your longest finger to the base of your palm, right where the wrist begins—this is your 'hand length'.
  2. Keep the measure straight and snug, not tight.


  • Sizing Chart:
  1. Refer to the glove sizing chart. Match your measurements to the closest size. If your measurements are between sizes, choose the larger size.
  2. Note that sizing may vary slightly from style to style, depending on the insulation level of the gloves.

Size Ranges:

  1. Small: For a 'Cycle Length' (hand circumference) of 7.5"-8" (19.5-20.5CM) and 'Length' of 7.5"-8" (19.5-20.5CM).
  2. Medium: If you measure a 'Cycle Length' of 8.5" (21-22CM) and 'Length' of 8"-8.3" (20.5-21CM).
  3. Large: A 'Cycle Length' of 9"-9.5" (22.5-24CM) and 'Length' of 8.3"-8.6" (21-21.5CM).
  4. X-Large: For those with a 'Cycle Length' of 10"-10.5" (24.5-26CM) and 'Length' of 8.3"-8.6" (21-21.5CM).


  1. Do not tighten the tape measure too much; it should sit comfortably around your hand.
  2. If you're right-handed, measure your right hand. If you're left-handed, measure your left hand.
  3. For the most accurate results, have someone help you with the measuring.

By following these steps, you can easily determine your glove size and ensure your next pair of gloves will fit just right, providing the maximum comfort and protection against the elements.