My main quibble with the Imak is the shortness of the fingers: I don't pull them completely onto my palm in order for the fingers reach to my second PIP joint. I also had the seaming on one glove's finger start to unravel, but I quickly resewed it with needle and thread.
Isotoner are my glove of choice in winter since they keep my hands warm even on cold nights. The fingers are a bit longer than the Imak, a big plus. They are easier to remove, nice when pinching the fingertips off is difficult of a morning. They also dry quickly, I can wash them mid day and still have them dry to wear that night.
*I hand wash and hang dry all my compression gloves: it's quick, especially if I throw them on the floor of the shower with me. And they last much longer.
I started out wearing the size recommended by the manufacturer. As my joint swelling and pain has progressed, however, I prefer one size smaller. I found that fitting has more to do with the circumference of the fingers and less to do with palm width. It can be harder to find the smaller sizes but worth a look.
I hope some people find this helpful. Do you have any experiences with compression gloves you'd like to share? Please leave a comment :)
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