What is the right size glove for my hand?

Q.  How do I determine the right size of glove?
A. Everyone wants to determine their proper hand size before ordering gloves.  Use a tape measure to find the circumference of your hand around the palm area.  This measurement, in inches, is closest to your actual glove size.  For example, 7” is equal to a size 7 glove.  
If
a glove does not give numerical sizes, you may reference the chart below to help in your glove decision:
6-7 = X-small
7-8 = Small
8-9 = Medium
9-10 = Large
10-11 = X-large
Article Title:
What is the right size glove for my hand?
Article Summary:
Determining the proper fit for a glove
Article Date:
6/10/2003
Article ID:
619
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