This could cause harm or hand fatigue to the wearer when in an important working environment such as on the farm or at a construction site. Kinco® always offers generous and consistent sizing, to give our customers the best selection available and the best day of work possible.

To ensure that you have selected the most appropriate sized glove for your hand, please review the following information on how to size your hand in order to identify the right glove for you.

How to Measure

Find your glove size quickly and easily by identifying the circumference of your palm using a piable measuring tape. The measurement (in U.S. inches) should be taken from the inside of your thumb to the outside of your pinky finger. To ensure an accurate sizing, use your dominate hand when you’re measuring.

The total length of the measurement can then be converted to your most appropriate Kinco® glove size using the conversion chart below.

What about “One-Size Fits All”?

If the glove-style you’ve selected is made in “one-size fit’s all,” please note that the average for this type of glove would fit a men’s size Medium to Large and a women’s size Small to Medium.

NOTE: Typical palm measurements. Sizes may vary. Depending on the specific glove type, you may find that a smaller or larger size may fit you best. This is due to the variance in sizing based on the material thickness and stitching.


Size Chart

Adult Size



Children’s Size




S 7″ – 8″ 6″ – 7″ KID’s 3 yrs – 6 yrs 5″ – 6″
M 8″ – 9″ 7″ – 8″
L 9″ – 10″ 8″ – 9″ YOUTH’S 6 yrs – 12 yrs 6″ – 6½”
XL 10″ – 10½
XXL 10½” – 11″