Hatch Para Push Wheelchair Gloves | Half Finger with Full Thumb

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Hatch's Para Push Padded Wheelchair Gloves feature a half finger with full thumb design. The premium grade leather body with synthetic palm surface provides durability and the Spandex back with Velcro closure make these wheelchair gloves easy to take on and off. The gel padded palm and terry lining make these gloves ultra comfortable. 

Product Features:

  • Half finger with full thumb design
  • Velcro closure with pull tab
  • Premium grade leather body with Spandex back
  • Gel padded palm and terry lining
  • Non-slip, pliable, synthetic palm surface
  • Double stitch reinforced CMC joint
  • Black color
  • Sold as a pair

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  • 4
    Grippy but not perfect for my slender hands

    Posted by Derris on Oct 8th 2019

    The gloves are very textured and grippy without have a sticky, rubbery feel. They fit looser around the base of the palm and wrist than other gloves I've tried. As a result, when I do a lot of braking (going downhill or just trying to keep the chair going straight on a slant), they tend to ride up and bunch up a bit. The wrist straps are a little bit fiddly: I have to hold one side of the velcro in place with one hand and use the other hand to press the other strap on. This seems to be a consequence of the large open area on the back of the hand. Overall, they've been good gloves.

  • 4

    Posted by Kevin on Sep 27th 2018

    The most comfortable gloves I've come across so far. Long life and very durable. (original post date September 30, 2010)