Juzo Classic Seamless Glove with Open Fingers

  • £54.95


Juzo Classic Seamless Glove with Open Fingers

Discover unprecedented comfort in hand compression therapy


Juzo Classic Seamless Gloves are setting new standards in oedema therapy. The anatomical shape of fingers and thumb, along with the enclosure of the thumb basal joint ensure an optimal and secure fit. The top border at the wrist and the finger extensions are especially soft and pressure-minimised. This prevents the borders from rolling up, thereby avoiding any constriction or pressure points.

The 3D comfort zone in the sensitive area between the thumb and index finger prevents the fabric from creasing and protects the skin from irritation. It is designed not to restrict the thumb movement in any way. The innovative seamless fabric is breathable, thereby assuring a comfortable skin environment. Being soft and smooth as well, it guarantees an especially high wearing comfort and easy putting-on and taking-off.

Juzo Classic Seamless Glove is available in 2 compression classes based on the level of pressure:

  • Class 1 (18-21 mmHg) // mild compression
  • Class 2 (23-32 mmHg) // moderate compression

May be worn on the left or right hand. 

Material composition:  24% spandex, 79% polyamide



Juzo Classic Seamless Glove with Open Fingers has the following features:

  • Especially soft
  • Especially thin and fine fabric
  • Breathable for a comfortable skin environment
  • Smooth
  • Easy donning and doffing (put-on and take-off)
  • Longitudinal structure providing more stability

  • No constrictions or curling of the fabric

  • Pressure-minimised top border for the prevention of constrictions and pressure points

  • May be worn for the left or right hand

  • Available in 3 colours: Sesame, Almond and Black Pepper
  • Available in 2 compression classes: Class 1 (18-21 mmHg) and Class 2 (23-32 mmHg)



Juzo Classic Seamless Glove with Open Fingers can assist with the following indications:

  • incipient oedema with normal anatomical situation
  • mild propensity for oedema formation

Measure your wrist circumference at the narrowest point (cC) and the circumference of your hand directly behind your fingers at the widest point (cA). 

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