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Copper Fit Gloves Review: Do They Work?

James White Feb 08

Copper Fit Gloves are a pair of open-finger compression gloves that are infused with copper. Do they work? Here is my preliminary Copper Fit Gloves review.

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About Copper Fit Gloves

Copper Fit Gloves are form-fitting compression gloves that are designed to support the muscles and joints of the hand while easing pain and swelling. The official product website is copperfitgloves.com, which was registered in November 2017. The screenshot below shows how the product website looked in February 2018. The website getcopperfitgloves.com has also been used in advertising.

copper fit gloves review

Claims & Features

  • Form-fitting and lightweight
  • Level of compression can be adjusted
  • Open finger gloves
  • Promotes blood flow and decreases inflammation
  • Breathable fabric is imbued with copper for odor reduction

Cost

A pair of Copper Fit Gloves costs $19.99. Shipping is free. There are two available sizes: Small/Medium (2 ¾”- 3 ¼”) or Large/XL (3 ¼”- 3 ¾”). At the time of this writing, Copper Fit Gloves are not available in stores.

Copper Fit Gloves Review

Copper Fit is a line of athletic garments that are often pitched by celebrities. You may have seen past Copper Fit advertisements featuring Ashley Judd or Brett Favre, and now we have Copper Fit Gloves with NFL legend Jerry Rice joining Favre to extol its virtues.

These open-finger compression gloves provide support to the hands for work and play, while the breathable fabric helps minimize moisture and odor. The advertising states that the compression is adjustable, but that is primarily around the wrist area with a Velcro strap that can be used to tighten it. Small rubberized grips also line the palm area to prevent slippage.

The advertising for Copper Fit Gloves hints that they can be used to increase performance and also lessen pain and stiffness. As someone who owns numerous Copper Fit products and has used support gloves for those reasons, I do know that such a garment can provide a moderate amount of relief. Keep in mind that wearing compression-wear won’t address an underlying condition, but in some circumstances it can provide enough support to allow you to function.

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I’ve seen compression gloves used not just for athletes, but for office workers suffering from carpal tunnel, arthritis, injuries, or those who use their hands for crafts such as needlepoint.

Every Copper Fit product I have owned has been made of high-quality materials and held up well over time. I still wear a Copper Fit elbow sleeve that is several years old and has outlasted other elbow sleeves I’ve tried. Thus, if you seek relief for pain, stiffness, and swelling in your hands, Copper Fit Gloves will probably fit the bill. I wouldn’t expect miracles, but based on my many experiences with Copper Fit, I believe these will probably be one of the better compression gloves available in its price range.

I have not seen Copper Fit Gloves in stores, which means you currently have to order from the website. If you would prefer not to order online and pay shipping, you can probably just wait a few months until it can be found locally, assuming it makes it out of test marketing and into full production.

Alternatives

These Copper Compression gloves are probably the closest you’ll find on Amazon to Copper Fit Gloves, and they are also the most highly visible, with over 2300 reviews amounting to a 4.1  star rating.

Your Copper Fit Gloves Reviews

Have you used Copper Fit Gloves or something like it? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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James White

James White is based in Las Vegas, Nevada, and has been reviewing strange gadgets since 2011. He also runs the successful "Freakin' Reviews" YouTube channel.

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Eddie Maestas
Eddie Maestas
7 months ago

My hands would ache and throb at the end of the day.But after trying a pair of Copper Fit Gloves,my hands didn’t ache or throb anymore. I highly recommend to anyone who wants results, to get you a pair.Better yet get two(2).

thomas
thomas
7 months ago

Ya their great until the finger stitches fall apart. Purchased 1 pair at k-mart, finger stitches came undone in 1 week. Purchased 2nd pair at Walmart, they lasted 2 weeks until finger stitches came out. So I’m out $40 and 2 pair of worthless copper fit gloves. I dare anyone to get the company to replace them, even if I returned them to copper-fit. WORTHLESS!!!

Hugo Hackenabush
Hugo Hackenabush
7 months ago

They tear right out of box don’t buy , both tore in the same place on the glove.

D Douglass
D Douglass
7 months ago

I wish i could post the piks..but I waited 3 weeks for these straight from the official site…did exactly as the warning on the box said & washed in cold water by hand before wearing…squeezed them in 1hand to ring out & hung up to see that the copper writting on the front of 1was all gone but a line..& the letter ‘P’ was gone from the other glove. I hope they fit rght when dry just got yesterda

Mike
Mike
6 months ago

Scam all around. Works as well as prayers and marketed towards the same suckers.

Zippy
Zippy
5 months ago

What’s the copper % here? Thanks

Mary Wenger
Mary Wenger
5 months ago

I love them. I have arthritis is my thumbs from needlework. The pain was awful. I now wear these gloves most of the time and get relief. I could not function without them.

Ben
Ben
4 months ago

Compression wear is compression wear.
The only thing the copper does is help with
Oder.
So they don’t smell bad from sweat.

William Aviles
William Aviles
3 months ago

How do you size hands.