Having recently picked up a couple more physical hobbies I'm really finding myself needing gloves now, and settling for a "close enough" fit is a great way to drop important things or hurt yourself. My problem is I'm a thin guy with, for a guy, surprisingly thin hands... Well, let me rephrase that. I'm a short jack skellington at 5'7-8", 120lbs on a good day, and part of that means having really skinny hands and wrists. As an example I've got about a ~6.5 inch circumference on my wrist at the widest point Until now I've had a set of Hatch Defender II's in Medium that are so baggy it bunches up whenever I try to do anything and leaves me almost but not quite enough room for two fingers in each finger of the glove. If I try to actually tighten the wrist strap all the way I'll basically run out of velcro and pull half the palm out of place. Alright when I'm mostly just keeping the wind off my hands and as a backup measure while I wait for the bus, but when you can "launch" a glove at someone by swinging your arm that's not a fit you can rely on. Unfortunately everything I've looked at seems to be built completely wrong for me. Either too large overall, or far too tight and restrictive (especially between the thumb and the rest of the hand) when I try to spread out my hand for grasping/manipulating things. Does anyone here know any makes/models of gloves that are tough enough for rough use, not too crazy hot and insulated to be worn in Florida, and can fit small hands like mine? I'm completely willing to give up the weighted knuckles in favor of some other protection against getting whacked sparring, shot on the airsoft field, or if I find a new pothole and bail off my bike.