For me, the problem with compression gloves (a.k.a. arthritis gloves) is that they come in pairs. Because I can only use half the package, I’m essentially paying for one expensive glove. This is particularly true of gloves with Velcro closures or textured grips — they can’t be turned inside-out in an attempt to use the left-hand glove on my right hand. I like to get my money’s worth.
I did find a pair of gloves that, even if they’re not meant to be ambidextrous, fit equally well on my right hand even without turning the left one inside-out. IMAK is the most comfortable glove I’ve tried so far, even if the compression is lighter than, say, the Bionic glove I got from my orthopedist. The IMAK comes further up my fingers than the Bionic, which I like. It fits snugly, and the material is partly cotton, so it’s soft — not slippery like, say, an Isotoner. (Note: the Isotoner gloves can be turned inside-out to fit on the same hand, but this makes the seams more palpable.) I can feel the thumb seam on the IMAK a little bit, but it’s not irritating. And it’s a nice salt-and-pepper grey. It would go with pretty much anything, if that concerns you.