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Blooms Bionic Gardening Gloves Ladies

  • Brand: Bionic
  • Product Code: Blooms Bionic Gardening Gloves Ladies Pink
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Ladies Bionic Blooms

These Ladies Bionic Blooms garden gloves are offer great comfort to wear in the garden, giving added support to hands, hence they support you

Made from a high quality goatskin leather, these gloves are designed by a leading hand surgeon, thus easy to use

The relief pads on the palms are designed around the shape of the hand to pad the peaks and valleys, so give added comfort

Strong finger tips, give extra grip and defence, whilst the spandex gives more comfort and the strap strengthens the wrist, thus helping

The materials used in the gloves also allow for them to be washed with warm water and to air dry, therefore cleaner

soft tissues. They can be divided into three categories, for this, to be informed

  • Carpal bones (Most proximal) – A set of eight odd shaped bones. These are located in the wrist area, thus giving strength
  • Metacarpals – There are five metacarpals, each one related to a digit
  • Phalanges (Most distal) – The bones of the fingers. Each finger has three phalanges, except for the thumb, which has two.

In this article, we shall look at the features of the bones of the hand and so the design

Carpal Bones

The carpal bones are a group of eight, irregularly shaped bones. They are organised into two rows – proximal and distal for detail

In the proximal row, the bones are (lateral to medial), thus providing shape

  • Scaphoid
  • Lunate
  • Triquetrum
  • Pisiform – A sesamoid bone, formed within the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris

In the distal row, the bones are (lateral to medial), thereby giving shape

  • Trapezium
  • Trapezoid
  • Capitate
  • Hamate – has a projection on its palmar surface called the hook of hamate

Proximally, the scaphoid and lunate articulate with the radius to form the wrist joint. In the distal row, all of the carpal bones articulate with the metacarpals, so giving movement

Metacarpal Bones

The metacarpal bones articulate proximally with the carpals, and distally with the proximal phalanges. They are numbered, and each associated with a digit:

  • Metacarpal I – Thumb.
  • II – Index finger.
  • M– Middle finger.
  • IV – Ring finger.
  • V – Little finger.

Each metacarpal consists of a base, shaft and a head, thus fitting together

The medial and lateral surfaces of the metacarpals are concave, allowing attachment of the interoessei muscles, and so easy movement


The phalanges are the bones of the fingers, thus giving feel

The thumb has a proximal and distal phalanx, while the rest of the digits have proximal, middle and distal phalanges, therefore, the design

Colour Green, Pink
Size Large, XLarge
Gender Womens
Brand Bionic
Material Goatskin, Neoprene, Spandex
Uses Added Grip Strength, General, Grip, Heavy Duty, Tool Handling

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Blooms Bionic Gardening Gloves Ladies

  • Brand: Bionic
  • Product Code: Blooms Bionic Gardening Gloves Ladies Pink
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £22.95

Available Options

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