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Exact Measurement (Inches)
Length: Measure from tip of middle finger to the breaking point in the wrist where it joins the palm.
Perimiter: Measure around the widest part of the hand (approx 2 cm above the thumb-do not measure around the thumb)
Please Note: This size guide includes the best possible estimated measurements Oakley can give you to determine your size. You may also need to take into consideration a few things before your final decision is made.
1) Do you like a looser or tighter fitting glove?
a) If looser, go up a size if you are in between
b) If tighter, go down a size if you are in between
2) In order to ensure you are getting the dexterity Oakley intended for each model, you should be able to just slightly pinch the edge of the fingertips (leaving approx. 1/4 inch at the fingertips). The small space at the edge of the fingertips allows warm air to circulate once the glove heats up.
3) Gloves with short gauntlets and/or freeride models (ie vertical cut freeride) tend to have a snugger fit than Oakley gloves with long guantlets (ie Heli glove).
4) Once you recieve the gloves, it is best to test the correct fit by gripping a ski pole. Since sking is the intended use for all Oakley gloves (except sport classics) the gloves are precurved to give you optimum ski pole grip.