Use one of these methods to find your approximate glove size. Remember, no two hands are alike. Finger length relative to palm size is not constant from person to person. Additionally, what constitutes a comfortable fit can vary considerably between individuals. Using one of the methods below will help you to find an approximate glove size, but no method of measurement can substitute for actually trying them on.
USING A TAPE MEASURE AND THE SIZING GUIDE (MORE ACCURATE).
Wrap a tape measure around your hand at the widest part (usually the knuckles) and mkae a loose fist. Note that measurement, round it to the nearest inch and refer to the chart above to find your approximate glove size
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Hello, there really isn't any good way to say as everyone's circulation is different, some people get cold easier than others, etc. These are designed to retain a good degree of dexterity while providing warmth. If you have tried larger bulkier gloves and those didn't work, I don't think these will work for you either.
If you need a good amount of dexterity while riding though, these might be worth a shot as they provide a good blend of warmth and dexterity.