Groomer Has It

Dog grooming gloves mean the end of brush anxiety for your worried pup. In fact, he probably will just enjoy the massage, unaware that you’re de-furring him with each rub, scratch, and stroke. Grooved palms and fingers free up shedding hair—in a major way, so you’ll want to do this outside. The nubs are shorter than bristles, so there won’t be any tangles or clumps to unwind. Use them on a dry pet or in the bath—where they give extra grip and deeper scrubbing action and make maneuvering around your animal easier, too. And your pet gets a nice rub down in the process that helps promote a healthy coat. Jay Michaelson created HandsOn for his horses, who enjoyed brushing and gentle scratching on their thick coats. He quickly realized other animals could benefit from these grooming gloves, too—like dogs, bunnies, and even cats. Whatever pet you have at home, these gloves will make grooming easier and more pleasant for you and your four-legged bestie.

HandsOn Gloves

Grooved Pet Grooming Gloves

Groomer Has It

Dog grooming gloves mean the end of brush anxiety for your worried pup. In fact, he probably will just enjoy the massage, unaware that you’re de-furring him with each rub, scratch, and stroke. Grooved palms and fingers free up shedding hair—in a major way, so you’ll want to do this outside. The nubs are shorter than bristles, so there won’t be any tangles or clumps to unwind. Use them on a dry pet or in the bath—where they give extra grip and deeper scrubbing action and make maneuvering around your animal easier, too. And your pet gets a nice rub down in the process that helps promote a healthy coat. Jay Michaelson created HandsOn for his horses, who enjoyed brushing and gentle scratching on their thick coats. He quickly realized other animals could benefit from these grooming gloves, too—like dogs, bunnies, and even cats. Whatever pet you have at home, these gloves will make grooming easier and more pleasant for you and your four-legged bestie.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Jay
    Jay

    Hello Grommet Fans! I’m Jay Michaelson inventor and CEO of the HandsOn Gloves. HandsOn is changing the way you bathe, groom and shed your pets. Forever.

  • Veronica
    Veronica
    7/13/2016 10:36 AM

    I think this is a great option to the brushes for cats (we have several). I'm concerned on how well it works on an Australian Shepherd? My son's dog has really, really, long and thick hair (deep undercoat). He brushes him regularly but it's a big pain. Do the gloves ever get stuck on the hair - pulling on it causing pain for the pet?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:07 AM

    @Veronica Hi Veronica, thanks for your interest and question. I have an Australian Shepherd along with another double coated dog. The beauty of finally having nodules on your fingers allows you to get down through that second coat wet or dry. The gloves do not rip hair out they simply massage down to the skin and release dead hair and dander and massages the essentials oils through to the surface coat. We have a lot of happy Australian Shepherd fans!

  • Veronica
    Veronica
    7/13/2016 11:13 AM

    @Jay - My concern as well as the other women......are the sizes based on men's glove size?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:23 AM

    @Veronica Hey Veronica, no they are unisex. Here are some sizing guides to help:

    Measure palm width circumference around the widest part of your hand. (All the way around) Then match that to:

    Small Size = 6.0-7.0 inches

    Medium Size = 7.0 - 8.5 inches

    Large Size = 8.5 - 10.5

  • sean
    sean
    7/13/2016 10:51 AM

    I have Scottish highlander cattle, will this work on them? thanks Sean

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:10 AM

    @sean Hey Sean, thanks for your interest! Yes! We have several Highlander super fans that send us pics all the time. The gloves where developed for equine and livestock and through tested we realized they work just as phenomenal on all pets.

  • Julie
    Julie
    7/13/2016 10:58 AM

    Hi! Great idea. Would you recommend size small for a women - average size?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:15 AM

    @Julie Hey Julie thanks! There should be a sizing chart on here... here is the short:

    Measure palm width circumference around the widest part of your hand. (All the way around) Then match that to:

    Small Size = 6.0-7.0 inches

    Medium Size = 7.0 - 8.5 inches

    Large Size = 8.5 - 10.5



    Thanks again!

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:21 AM

    @Jay And sorry Julie, the average size has been the medium for women.

  • Debbie
    Debbie
    7/13/2016 10:59 AM

    Sounds like a great idea. My only concern is the size of the glove. I generally wear a size small, won't they be to loose on me?

    Debbie Davis

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:17 AM

    @Debbie Hey Debbie, thanks for your interest. Below is how to determine best sizes. The gloves have a Velcro strap that allow you to fit the gloves snug to your hands.

    Measure palm width circumference around the widest part of your hand. (All the way around) Then match that to:

    Small Size = 6.0-7.0 inches

    Medium Size = 7.0 - 8.5 inches

    Large Size = 8.5 - 10.5



    Thanks again!

  • Linda
    Linda
    7/13/2016 11:32 AM

    What is the dog with the brindle fur in your video? He looks quite a bit like mine and we have no idea what he is.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:46 AM

    @Linda Hey Linda, thanks for your comment. The dark brindle dog in the video is a stray that came up a year or so ago. We think he is more Catahoula than anything. But not sure. He is super smart and will climb trees a bit which is indicative of Catahoulas if that helps.

  • wendy
    wendy
    7/13/2016 11:51 AM

    Will the gloves work on mats? I have a Shih Tzu who needs brushing daily, and still gets some mats. He hates the tugging when I brush him.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 12:06 PM

    @wendy Hey Wendy, yes the gloves do help with mats. We have an Australian Shepard that would get matted up regularly but with the gloves we can now message out the dirt and dander from the skin coat which other products would not penetrate. This also messages the essential oils through to the surface coat and naturally helps prevent mats. The gloves don't rip hair and having gloves on each hand your dog will feel like he's being pet and massaged. Now if the mats are existing and bad the gloves like other devices won't get that out. Might have to clip the mats a bit and start fresh with the gloves. Thanks again for your interest.

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/13/2016 12:24 PM

    Is that a Pyrenees in the video?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 12:49 PM

    @Chris Hey Chris, we think she is more Kuvasz. She was adopted so not sure.

  • lynn
    lynn
    7/13/2016 12:39 PM

    Hello Jay......

    I work with a group here in North Florida called K9s For Warriors. They train dogs, 95% of which are from shelters/rescue groups, to be service dogs for post 9-11 Veterans with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury or Military Sexual Assault. (at no cost to the Veteran in the program) There are many dogs in various stages of training.......and many dogs in general. My question is, can these gloves be cleansed and used from dog to dog? Perhaps 20+ dogs each day? They appear to be rubber........... If you have time, please check out their website and see if you think this would be a good product for them. I would like to purchase a couple and see how they work after I hear back from you.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:11 PM

    @lynn Hey Lynn thanks for your interest. K9's For Warriors sounds like an awesome program! We would love to learn more. Yes the gloves are made for bathing and dry grooming/shedding. If you need to clean them just wash and air dry. They have a surgical grade Nitrile coating with absolutely no latex so super safe for you and your pets. Would love to hear/see how your program uses the gloves so would love to stay in touch and learn more.

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    7/13/2016 12:43 PM

    Grooming mitts for horses and dogs have been around for decades. What makes yours worth $25?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:00 PM

    @Nancy Hey Nancy thanks for the question. I always wondered, even as a kid, why these gloves did not exist. I finally as an adult set out to make them once and for all... spent the next 4.5 years realizing why they had never been on the market. They were really hard to make right. It's a multistep process so naturally they are more expensive to manufacture. Beyond that, finally having nodules on your finger and palms with an actual fitted glove can't be beat. They are far outperforming mitts that don't fit your hand and slip off especially when soapy and wet. They also out perform curry combs and shedding blades that rip hair out and only work on large flat areas of your animals. With the gloves you can now finally clean legs, tight body contours, sensitive areas, and handle shampoo bottles, lead ropes, leashes anything you need with your gloves on. Try that with a mitt. Thanks again!

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    7/13/2016 1:22 PM

    @Jay Sold! :)

  • Quentin
    Quentin
    7/13/2016 12:45 PM

    My dog ( 6 pound Pomeranian) hates brushing. So he tends to develop mats that usually have to be cut out. Will this detangle easily?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:04 PM

    @Quentin Hey Quentin thanks for your interest. Yes the gloves help prevent mats and will also work on detangling mats that are not beyond repair. If they are bad enough that they have to be cut out then only that will work and you can start fresh with the gloves. The other benefit is your Pomeranian will love the gloves as it will experience just a petting session with you and your hands as you are grooming. No brushes between you and your pet. Thanks again!

  • Lynne
    Lynne
    7/13/2016 1:12 PM

    I have a Bichon frise with a very thick and curly coat. Would these work on this type of hair?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:25 PM

    @Lynne Hey Lynne yes the gloves will amaze you on how much dirt and danger they will massage out compared to other grooming devices. We have a lot of thick/double coated dog fans that nothing else has worked on until the gloves. Thanks again!

  • Mark
    Mark
    7/13/2016 2:14 PM

    I just noticed what looks like a similar version of your product on a chinese website site. Is this factory that makes your your product or just a knockoff. Is it patented?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 2:21 PM

    @Mark Hey Mark, thanks for this. It is a bad quality knockoff. Our manufacturer is working on shutting them down now for us. We unfortunately are seeing more and more attempts on knocking this original off. Thanks again.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 2:33 PM

    @Jay And yes Mark, it is patented domestically and internationally. Thanks again.

  • Laura
    Laura
    7/13/2016 2:15 PM

    I have two German Shedders, I mean Shepherds... One is double-coated and she sheds prodigiously - mostly her undercoat. Is it easy to get the fur off of the gloves for the next pass? I'm certain the gloves would be full after each stroke. I use a Furminator on her monthly, and honestly, I feel like I could never be done!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/13/2016 2:18 PM

    It is beyond easy to get the fur off the gloves, Laura. You can see in the video, you just have to shake your hand a little bit and the fur falls right off.

    By the way, German Shedders....?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 2:28 PM

    @Mike Thanks Laura! Yes, like Mike said just a flick of the wrist and the hair flies off. Everyone from German Shepherd to super furry husky owners are raving about how well the gloves work. And they are sending video's on how they prefer the gloves over the Furminator.

  • Nora
    Nora
    7/13/2016 3:00 PM

    I bought these at a local pet expo about a month ago. They are so great that I bought a pair for my mom on amazon! All of our pets love the gloves except by one (very picky) cat. He tolerates it, but prefers the furminator. Completely worth the money and a great invention. We use it on an Australian Shepherd, Pomeranian mix, and two short hair cats.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 3:06 PM

    @Nora Thank you so much Nora for sharing and your support! Did you buy in Sacramento or in Minnesota?

  • Patricia
    Patricia
    7/13/2016 4:23 PM

    You mention below that there is no latex in this product, but I just want to check that there is no natural rubber (allergy to latex really means allergy to natural rubber, and although some people can tolerate touching dry rubber, I can't.) I have an Australian Shepherd with more fur than I've ever seen on a dog and I think this might be a perfect little device for him.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 4:44 PM

    @Patricia Thanks Patricia for your interest. There is no natural rubber either. We used surgical grade Nitrile for this very reason. Great for all humans and animals. Thanks again! You and your Ausie will love them!

  • Guest
    Guest
    7/13/2016 5:21 PM

    Looks like a great product. I am going to order a pair. Dont know the size.

    I dont know how small the gloves are. Should I get medium or small?

    I have failrly small hands and we have a golden retriver.

    What do you recommend?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/13/2016 5:23 PM

    You'll see the sizing chart scattered throughout the board above, so hopefully that can lend an assist.

  • Melinda
    Melinda
    7/13/2016 5:25 PM

    My palm measures 7 1/2". Would the small stretch enough? 8 1/2" in the medium seems too big around my hand. Thank you!

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 5:32 PM

    @Melinda Hey Melinda, thanks for your interest. Yes the gloves will stretch and conform to your hand with a little use. Your hand would work great for either size. Just personal preference if you like a more snug fit or a little looser fit. Thanks again!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

HandsOn Gloves

Grooved Pet Grooming Gloves

Groomer Has It

Dog grooming gloves mean the end of brush anxiety for your worried pup. In fact, he probably will just enjoy the massage, unaware that you’re de-furring him with each rub, scratch, and stroke.

Grooved palms and fingers free up shedding hair—in a major way, so you’ll want to do this outside. The nubs are shorter than bristles, so
there won’t be any tangles or clumps to unwind. Use them on a dry pet or in the bath—where they give extra grip and deeper scrubbing action and make maneuvering around your animal easier, too. And your pet gets a nice rub down in the process that helps promote a healthy coat.

Jay Michaelson created HandsOn for his horses, who enjoyed brushing and gentle scratching on their thick coats. He quickly realized other animals could benefit from these grooming gloves, too—like dogs, bunnies, and even cats. Whatever pet you have at home, these gloves will make grooming easier and more pleasant for you and your four-legged bestie.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Jay
    Jay

    Hello Grommet Fans! I’m Jay Michaelson inventor and CEO of the HandsOn Gloves. HandsOn is changing the way you bathe, groom and shed your pets. Forever.

  • Veronica
    Veronica
    7/13/2016 10:36 AM

    I think this is a great option to the brushes for cats (we have several). I'm concerned on how well it works on an Australian Shepherd? My son's dog has really, really, long and thick hair (deep undercoat). He brushes him regularly but it's a big pain. Do the gloves ever get stuck on the hair - pulling on it causing pain for the pet?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:07 AM

    @Veronica Hi Veronica, thanks for your interest and question. I have an Australian Shepherd along with another double coated dog. The beauty of finally having nodules on your fingers allows you to get down through that second coat wet or dry. The gloves do not rip hair out they simply massage down to the skin and release dead hair and dander and massages the essentials oils through to the surface coat. We have a lot of happy Australian Shepherd fans!

  • Veronica
    Veronica
    7/13/2016 11:13 AM

    @Jay - My concern as well as the other women......are the sizes based on men's glove size?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:23 AM

    @Veronica Hey Veronica, no they are unisex. Here are some sizing guides to help:

    Measure palm width circumference around the widest part of your hand. (All the way around) Then match that to:

    Small Size = 6.0-7.0 inches

    Medium Size = 7.0 - 8.5 inches

    Large Size = 8.5 - 10.5

  • sean
    sean
    7/13/2016 10:51 AM

    I have Scottish highlander cattle, will this work on them? thanks Sean

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:10 AM

    @sean Hey Sean, thanks for your interest! Yes! We have several Highlander super fans that send us pics all the time. The gloves where developed for equine and livestock and through tested we realized they work just as phenomenal on all pets.

  • Julie
    Julie
    7/13/2016 10:58 AM

    Hi! Great idea. Would you recommend size small for a women - average size?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:15 AM

    @Julie Hey Julie thanks! There should be a sizing chart on here... here is the short:

    Measure palm width circumference around the widest part of your hand. (All the way around) Then match that to:

    Small Size = 6.0-7.0 inches

    Medium Size = 7.0 - 8.5 inches

    Large Size = 8.5 - 10.5



    Thanks again!

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:21 AM

    @Jay And sorry Julie, the average size has been the medium for women.

  • Debbie
    Debbie
    7/13/2016 10:59 AM

    Sounds like a great idea. My only concern is the size of the glove. I generally wear a size small, won't they be to loose on me?

    Debbie Davis

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:17 AM

    @Debbie Hey Debbie, thanks for your interest. Below is how to determine best sizes. The gloves have a Velcro strap that allow you to fit the gloves snug to your hands.

    Measure palm width circumference around the widest part of your hand. (All the way around) Then match that to:

    Small Size = 6.0-7.0 inches

    Medium Size = 7.0 - 8.5 inches

    Large Size = 8.5 - 10.5



    Thanks again!

  • Linda
    Linda
    7/13/2016 11:32 AM

    What is the dog with the brindle fur in your video? He looks quite a bit like mine and we have no idea what he is.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 11:46 AM

    @Linda Hey Linda, thanks for your comment. The dark brindle dog in the video is a stray that came up a year or so ago. We think he is more Catahoula than anything. But not sure. He is super smart and will climb trees a bit which is indicative of Catahoulas if that helps.

  • wendy
    wendy
    7/13/2016 11:51 AM

    Will the gloves work on mats? I have a Shih Tzu who needs brushing daily, and still gets some mats. He hates the tugging when I brush him.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 12:06 PM

    @wendy Hey Wendy, yes the gloves do help with mats. We have an Australian Shepard that would get matted up regularly but with the gloves we can now message out the dirt and dander from the skin coat which other products would not penetrate. This also messages the essential oils through to the surface coat and naturally helps prevent mats. The gloves don't rip hair and having gloves on each hand your dog will feel like he's being pet and massaged. Now if the mats are existing and bad the gloves like other devices won't get that out. Might have to clip the mats a bit and start fresh with the gloves. Thanks again for your interest.

  • Chris
    Chris
    7/13/2016 12:24 PM

    Is that a Pyrenees in the video?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 12:49 PM

    @Chris Hey Chris, we think she is more Kuvasz. She was adopted so not sure.

  • lynn
    lynn
    7/13/2016 12:39 PM

    Hello Jay......

    I work with a group here in North Florida called K9s For Warriors. They train dogs, 95% of which are from shelters/rescue groups, to be service dogs for post 9-11 Veterans with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury or Military Sexual Assault. (at no cost to the Veteran in the program) There are many dogs in various stages of training.......and many dogs in general. My question is, can these gloves be cleansed and used from dog to dog? Perhaps 20+ dogs each day? They appear to be rubber........... If you have time, please check out their website and see if you think this would be a good product for them. I would like to purchase a couple and see how they work after I hear back from you.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:11 PM

    @lynn Hey Lynn thanks for your interest. K9's For Warriors sounds like an awesome program! We would love to learn more. Yes the gloves are made for bathing and dry grooming/shedding. If you need to clean them just wash and air dry. They have a surgical grade Nitrile coating with absolutely no latex so super safe for you and your pets. Would love to hear/see how your program uses the gloves so would love to stay in touch and learn more.

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    7/13/2016 12:43 PM

    Grooming mitts for horses and dogs have been around for decades. What makes yours worth $25?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:00 PM

    @Nancy Hey Nancy thanks for the question. I always wondered, even as a kid, why these gloves did not exist. I finally as an adult set out to make them once and for all... spent the next 4.5 years realizing why they had never been on the market. They were really hard to make right. It's a multistep process so naturally they are more expensive to manufacture. Beyond that, finally having nodules on your finger and palms with an actual fitted glove can't be beat. They are far outperforming mitts that don't fit your hand and slip off especially when soapy and wet. They also out perform curry combs and shedding blades that rip hair out and only work on large flat areas of your animals. With the gloves you can now finally clean legs, tight body contours, sensitive areas, and handle shampoo bottles, lead ropes, leashes anything you need with your gloves on. Try that with a mitt. Thanks again!

  • Nancy
    Nancy
    7/13/2016 1:22 PM

    @Jay Sold! :)

  • Quentin
    Quentin
    7/13/2016 12:45 PM

    My dog ( 6 pound Pomeranian) hates brushing. So he tends to develop mats that usually have to be cut out. Will this detangle easily?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:04 PM

    @Quentin Hey Quentin thanks for your interest. Yes the gloves help prevent mats and will also work on detangling mats that are not beyond repair. If they are bad enough that they have to be cut out then only that will work and you can start fresh with the gloves. The other benefit is your Pomeranian will love the gloves as it will experience just a petting session with you and your hands as you are grooming. No brushes between you and your pet. Thanks again!

  • Lynne
    Lynne
    7/13/2016 1:12 PM

    I have a Bichon frise with a very thick and curly coat. Would these work on this type of hair?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 1:25 PM

    @Lynne Hey Lynne yes the gloves will amaze you on how much dirt and danger they will massage out compared to other grooming devices. We have a lot of thick/double coated dog fans that nothing else has worked on until the gloves. Thanks again!

  • Mark
    Mark
    7/13/2016 2:14 PM

    I just noticed what looks like a similar version of your product on a chinese website site. Is this factory that makes your your product or just a knockoff. Is it patented?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 2:21 PM

    @Mark Hey Mark, thanks for this. It is a bad quality knockoff. Our manufacturer is working on shutting them down now for us. We unfortunately are seeing more and more attempts on knocking this original off. Thanks again.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 2:33 PM

    @Jay And yes Mark, it is patented domestically and internationally. Thanks again.

  • Laura
    Laura
    7/13/2016 2:15 PM

    I have two German Shedders, I mean Shepherds... One is double-coated and she sheds prodigiously - mostly her undercoat. Is it easy to get the fur off of the gloves for the next pass? I'm certain the gloves would be full after each stroke. I use a Furminator on her monthly, and honestly, I feel like I could never be done!

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/13/2016 2:18 PM

    It is beyond easy to get the fur off the gloves, Laura. You can see in the video, you just have to shake your hand a little bit and the fur falls right off.

    By the way, German Shedders....?

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 2:28 PM

    @Mike Thanks Laura! Yes, like Mike said just a flick of the wrist and the hair flies off. Everyone from German Shepherd to super furry husky owners are raving about how well the gloves work. And they are sending video's on how they prefer the gloves over the Furminator.

  • Nora
    Nora
    7/13/2016 3:00 PM

    I bought these at a local pet expo about a month ago. They are so great that I bought a pair for my mom on amazon! All of our pets love the gloves except by one (very picky) cat. He tolerates it, but prefers the furminator. Completely worth the money and a great invention. We use it on an Australian Shepherd, Pomeranian mix, and two short hair cats.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 3:06 PM

    @Nora Thank you so much Nora for sharing and your support! Did you buy in Sacramento or in Minnesota?

  • Patricia
    Patricia
    7/13/2016 4:23 PM

    You mention below that there is no latex in this product, but I just want to check that there is no natural rubber (allergy to latex really means allergy to natural rubber, and although some people can tolerate touching dry rubber, I can't.) I have an Australian Shepherd with more fur than I've ever seen on a dog and I think this might be a perfect little device for him.

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 4:44 PM

    @Patricia Thanks Patricia for your interest. There is no natural rubber either. We used surgical grade Nitrile for this very reason. Great for all humans and animals. Thanks again! You and your Ausie will love them!

  • Guest
    Guest
    7/13/2016 5:21 PM

    Looks like a great product. I am going to order a pair. Dont know the size.

    I dont know how small the gloves are. Should I get medium or small?

    I have failrly small hands and we have a golden retriver.

    What do you recommend?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    7/13/2016 5:23 PM

    You'll see the sizing chart scattered throughout the board above, so hopefully that can lend an assist.

  • Melinda
    Melinda
    7/13/2016 5:25 PM

    My palm measures 7 1/2". Would the small stretch enough? 8 1/2" in the medium seems too big around my hand. Thank you!

  • Jay
    Jay – Special Guest
    7/13/2016 5:32 PM

    @Melinda Hey Melinda, thanks for your interest. Yes the gloves will stretch and conform to your hand with a little use. Your hand would work great for either size. Just personal preference if you like a more snug fit or a little looser fit. Thanks again!

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.