Note: To measure your hand size correctly, measure around the widest part of your hand (excluding your thumb), generally around the knuckles. The adult hand sizes above (in approximate inches) should put you in the general size range.
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Reviewed by Sally Alleyseed from Denver on Friday, October 14, 2011
This is my second pair of these gloves, which I love. They do fit very tightly at first, but stretch out to a certain degree. Not for plump-fingered folks. They are made of fine *glove* leather and are not intended for work, just keeping warm while walking/running or driving (excellent for this),...
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Reviewed by desertstella from yuccavalley, ca on Monday, October 29, 2012
To be honest, this is the first thing that I've received from STP that was not really nice. The gloves are a great dark raspberry color and will be warm, but they are very poorly sewn, with all kinds of stitching showing that shouldn't be. I kept them only because I wear gloves all the time and am hard on them so they will wear out pretty fast anyway.
Reviewed by twoclippedwings from Charlotte, NC on Saturday, October 13, 2012
With hard to fit hands and very long fingers it is difficult to find feminine gloves that fit. Usually have to buy men's gloves. These are beautiful leather with cashmere lining. I ordered XL and they fit perfectly.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Commuting, Rainy Weather, Travel
For questions regarding sizing please refer to our sizing chart:|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/SizeChart.html
Answered on 10/19/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Measure around the widest part of your hand (girth). Mine measures 7" size S, an XS, 6 1/2" is perfect for me. I bought a S in the Excelled glove; the fingers are about 1/4" too long but kept them because the gloves are so beautiful. Leather gloves will get roomier as you wear them. Hope this helps.
Answered on 11/1/2010 12:00:00 AM by Gumper from Cottonwood Heights, UT
Measure around the knuckles (widest part of the hand). For these "Excelled Lambskin Leather gloves, I would order 2 sizes larger than the measurement you get.
Answered on 11/3/2010 12:00:00 AM by Cherry Picker from Oak Ridge, TN
You have to measure around your palm right where the knuckles are.|If it is for example 7.5" around - then you are size 7.5 - which is usually medium. 8" would be large , under 7 " is small.|Better stores have gloves in sizes 6, 6.5 , 7, 7.5 , etc.,but here you have to try your luck because fingers maybe too short, or too long .
Answered on 11/4/2010 12:00:00 AM by evak from barrington,il
I would suggest you try the medium, or perhaps the large since these gloves run small. I think you'll be very pleased.
Answered on 11/6/2010 12:00:00 AM by The Discerning Shopper from Fort Lee, New Jersey
If you wrap a tape measure around your hand at the base of your fingers, leaving the thumb out, you can determine your size for gloves. The number of inches around your flat hand at the widest part is about the size you need. If it measures between 7 and 7 1/2, for expample you will want to order the larger size. Good luck!
Answered on 11/9/2010 12:00:00 AM by The Knitter from Tacoma, WA
Generally, you'd probably wear a medium but to determine glove size you measure your hand around the widest part of your knuckles. (Not around the thumb area)
Answered on 11/13/2010 12:00:00 AM by Christmas Shopper from Grand Rapids, Michigan
Hi Nancy, I think a medium pair would be perfect. I'm no authority on leather gloves but I own a medium pair and I'm about the same size as you.
Answered on 2/9/2011 12:00:00 AM by Aj from New York, NY
Place your hand flat on the measuring tape, then measure the girth just below the knuckles on your hand (not around the fingers).
Answered on 8/22/2011 12:00:00 AM by Nova runs from Northern VIrginia
Use the sizing chart STP provides - just measure your hand (excluding thumb) at the widest part - usually at your knuckles. I did a quick measure with a straight ruler (front, back, and sides) and added them together - not 100% accurate, but enough to figure out which size on the chart.
Answered on 10/21/2011 12:00:00 AM by Hikergirl from NW Montana