MMM09184EN

Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves

Adjustable Strap, Flexible, Breathable, Latex-free - Strap Mount - 6.5" - Beige

Reg. Price $14.99

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Therapeutic support to aching hands
Adjustable wraparound strap for customized fit
Light compression to relieve discomfort
Breathable, latex-free material
Ambidextrous
  • Additional Info
SKU
MMM09184EN
Manufacturer
3M
Manufacturer Part Number
09184EN
Brand Name
Futuro
Packaged Quantity
1 / Pack
Product Type
Wrist Brace
Size
Medium
Mount Type
Strap
Features
Adjustable Strap
Recycled
No

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Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves
 
4.5

(based on 21 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (15)

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95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Hand/Writst Releif!

This Futuro Hand support is what started the healing!! I was able to comfortably wear this during the day and go about business, which allowed the hand/wrist to relax and begin healing....Read complete review

This Futuro Hand support is what started the healing!! I was able to comfortably wear this during the day and go about business, which allowed the hand/wrist to relax and begin healing. Such a relief to no longer have pain! Easily hand washed and Yes, I recommend this product! Thanks Futuro :)

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Great glove, lose the velcro

These are the best compression gloves for warmth and mobility. Very wearable. Most competitive products have too long fingers and they extend too far up the arm. This is just right. BUT the...Read complete review

These are the best compression gloves for warmth and mobility. Very wearable. Most competitive products have too long fingers and they extend too far up the arm. This is just right. BUT the velcro serves no purpose other than to snag on clothes. There are better wrists supports available from Futuro. Why is it needed here? I cut it off and that sometimes weakens the side seams. I'd love to see a version with no velcro.

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5.0

support glove

By sandy 1971

from West Harrison, IN, United States

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

i had this support glove for a month and a half and i love it. it takes the pain away from the carpal tunnel syndrome and the arthritis that i had. i would buy this support glove again for the other hand.

 
5.0

arthritis

By sandy 1971

from West Harrison, IN, United States

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

i bought this a month a go and i am so happy that i did. i have arthrits in my thumb and down the side of my thumb and it made it felt better and took the pain away.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

FUTURO ROCK!!

By Hawaiilover

from Indianapolis, IN, United States

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

use it alot to support my cold hand and easier to do stuff with that!

 
5.0

HAND GLOVE

By JMR619

from Undisclosed

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

I love mine and I have been looking in all stores for another one. So glad I thought to look on your website.

 
5.0

Fit and function

By Hipow

from Houston, TX, United States

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

The fit and function of the product are exceptional. I always use the Futuro products for any aches or needs

 
5.0

Great gloves

By Suze101

from Undisclosed

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

These are the best gloves and provide support,all day

 
5.0

young hands

By seamstress43

from Virginia

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

I am a seamstress and use my hands all the time, and these gloves make my hands feel so much better. Last October i broke my wrist and i am wearing these gloves most all the time, love them

 
5.0

This really works, and is ...

By derrffs

from San Jose Ca

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

This really works, and is light weight, the cost is fair.

 
5.0

Exactly what I needed

By restingrabbit

from Oregon

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

I bought this about 4 months ago and it has been wonderful. I bought one for each hand so I can continue knitting without causing undue strain to both wrists. They fit perfectly and did just what I had hoped they would.

 
5.0

Will keep me able to garden comfortably!

By Kitty998

from Cantonment Fl

Comments about Futuro Energizing Mild Support Gloves:

My hands take a beating while I work and the glove helps me continue with less discomfort during and after.

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