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Creative Comfort - Crafter's Glove with ergoBeads - Medium

Creative Comfort - Crafter's Glove with ergoBeads - Medium
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Medium - Reversible to Fit Right or Left Hand

Stabilize the wrist while allowing fingers to move, reduce hand fatigue and pain, and relieve arthritis and tendonitis, all with the Crafter's Glove featuring Massaging ergoBeads! Key benefits include: help ensure ergonomically correct wrist positions during activities; increased comfort and circulation; help prevent and relieve Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; cushioning and protection for the underside of the wrist; massaging effect to help increase blood-circulation, promoting healthy muscle tissue; breathable cotton/Lycra fabric for all day comfort; reversible to fit right or left hand. Creative Comfort Crafter's Glove with Massaging ergoBeads, size Medium. Provides relief for arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome. The ergoBeads pad on the underside of the wrist cushions and protects tender areas. Hand wash cold, air dry.

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