I found a size chart that might be helpful
So far, I really like this glove. The leather was thin and soft, so I put it on with only one archery practice. In other comments, I saw people mention that they thought the gloves were too thin. I use a 3-inch bow, and I think this glove is perfect for a lighter bow. It took me a while to decide which size to buy before I bought the glove. Finally, I did a little research and found that a size guide was listed on the 3Rivers Archery website. According to the website, Damascus gloves are listed by man's size. This is the size chart I found: "put your hands flat." Wrap it directly below the knuckles and fingers with a tape measure, but above the thumb. Apply the measurements to the chart below. Damascus Gloves if manual measurement (men's size) 8 "= Small9" = Medium10 "= Large11" = X-Large based on this size chart, I bought a small size. When I order, I am a little worried, because although my fingers are very short, but they are also very thick, but the fingers on this glove are very wide, so the gloves I ordered are very suitable. So far, I have only noticed two minor problems with gloves. First, the nylon buckle on the wrist sometimes hurts a little. In addition, by the time I was released, I had seams at the end of the reinforcement that had been caught on the rope several times. However, I am still a novice in archery, so I may not have released it properly. All in all, I really like this glove. I think it's better than.