Measuring & Care Guide
Take a measuring tape and place it around your hand on the broadest part of the knuckles. Be sure to exclude the thumb. Now you can determine your glove size by means of the conversion table below. Right handers measure with their right, left handers with their left hand.
|Hand circumference (mm)||175||190||200||215||225|
|Glove size||6 ½||7||7 ½||8||8 ½|
|Hand circumference (mm)||203||216||230||243||257||270||285||300|
|Glove size||7 ½||8||8 ½||9||9 ½||10||10 ½||11|
Washing instructions for leather gloves
Perspiration and other types of dirt can make the leather of your gloves dry and brittle
To wash, put on your gloves and using a mild leather detergent with lukewarm water which has cooled, wash the glove as if you were washing your hands. Never brush or scrub.
In darker coloured gloves, the dye may bleed slightly, this will not affect the overall colour of your gloves.
Rinse well, squeeze gently, do not wring and gently pull back into shape before hanging them up to dry naturally. Do not let them dry in or near any direct heat such as a heater, direct sunlight or a dryer as this will make the leather go dry and brittle.
As soon as your gloves are almost dry, put them on and knead to restore their softness and shape.
Washing instructions for synthetic leather gloves
Our synthetic leather gloves are machine washable at 30 degrees, allow them to dry naturally as you would the leather gloves. A Touch of Magic Tack gloves are also machine washable but please ensure you remove the patches first as these are not washable.