Rolyan Finger Gutter Splint

Rolyan Finger Gutter Splint

  • FSA Approved
  • Made in USA

This product is on backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

Sammons Preston Rolyan Finger Gutter Splint is contoured to provide a comfortable fit with firm, stable immobilization. Ezeform splinting material can be adjusted to accommodate swollen digits. Finger Gutter Splint is useful for fractures, dislocations, ligamentous injuries, fingertip injuries, and other soft tissue injuries. To determine the size, measure from the web to the tip of the finger.

Why Choose Finger Gutter Splint

  • Finger Support
  • Injury Recovery
  • Ease of Use
  • Versatility

Item # Desc Pkg Price
A5801 X-Small Each
A5802 Small Each
A5803 Medium Each
A5804 Large Each
A5805 X-Large Each

Rolyan Finger Gutter Splint Features

  • Contoured for a comfortable fit
  • Firm stable immobilization
  • Two straps are required per splint
  • Straps sold as a pack of 6 
  • Splints sold individually
  • Latex free

Rolyan Gutter Splint for Finger Instruction Manual

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How to Use Finger Gutter Splint

  • If the splint needs to be wider, gently bend the edges outward. You can do this without heating.
  • If you need to reshape the splint further, you can use a heat gun or warm water (150° to 160°F or 65° to 70°C). Be careful not to heat the entire splint, as it might lose its shape.
  • Slide the splint onto the affected finger.
  • Use the provided straps, tape, or a cohesive bandage to keep the splint in place on your finger.


  • To immobilize PIP and DIP joints
  • May be used following fractures, dislocations


  • Not for use with severely fluctuating edema
  • Not for use directly over open wounds and infected areas

How to Care Finger Splint

  • Keep the splint away from heat sources like ovens, hot water, open flames, and sunny car windows. It can lose its shape in temperatures over 135°F (57°C).
  • Clean the splint with soap and lukewarm water.
  • Let the splint dry completely before using it again.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a finger Gutter splint used for?

A finger Gutter splint is like a bendable bandage used to support and steady your fingers, hands, or wrists if they are hurt or broken. It helps stop them from moving too much so they can get better.

Do splints help the finger heal after an injury?

Yep! Wearing splints can give your fingers a break and let them rest. Doctors might even say to wear one at night for a few weeks. Doing this helps your finger get better. They might also suggest easy exercises to keep your finger moving.

Can the trigger finger heal by itself?

Usually, yes! Trigger fingers often get better on their own after a little time. But if it's really stuck, doctors might need to do a small operation. Doing exercises and wearing a splint can make it easier to deal with.

How tight should finger splints be?

The splint should be just right, not too loose or too tight. It needs to keep your finger straight but not squish it too much. Only take it off if your doctor says so.


Size Length
X-Small up to 2 3/8" (6.1cm)
Small 2 1/2" - 2 3/4" (6.4 - 7cm)
Medium 2 7/8" - 3 1/8" (7.3 - 7.9cm)
Large 3 1/4" - 3 1/2" (8.3 - 8.9cm)
X-Large 3 5/8" (9.2cm) and up


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