Prevent Dirty Hands
from Your Wheelchair Wheels
Dirty hands can be a daily challenge for users who push themselves in a manual wheelchair. Dirt, slush, and mud transfers from the wheels to your hands. Propelling yourself in a wheelchair can also lead to blisters, calluses, and pain in your hands, or it can expose them to bad weather.
How will you protect your hands and keep them clean?
1 Impacto Insulated Wheelchair Gloves
These gloves are made of high-quality leather for durability, and the full finger style keeps your hands and fingers completely clean.
2 Impacto Sports & Wheelchair Gloves
The gel insert in the palm area of these gloves absorbs shock and reduces hand fatigue from stopping and starting the wheelchair.
3 Hatch All-Purpose Padded Mesh Wheelchair Gloves
The breathable, mesh backs and half finger design are ideal for keeping hands cooler during hot weather.
4 Wheel-Ease Wheelchair Rim Covers
Wheelchair rim covers are another solution to prevent grimy hands. Protect hands while improving traction, promoting proper hand placement, and providing cushioning insulation.