My favor fixture combo is socks on J-hook because of the built-in product stop effect to contain the bulky foot coverings. Here thick winter gloves benefit from the same feature. No matter how many or how bulky, J-hooks always do the job. They may be worthy of a nomination for a “Best Practices” tag. Vote with your comment. Should apparel for human extremities always be fixtured thus?

So you say the human head is an extremity too? Then SEE…
Slotted Faux Surface” for hats on the J-hook’s sibling sister-hook,
the right-angle upturn tip hook.

For more glove fixturing see…
Best Hook for Hand or Foot” (This Post)
Not So Removable Glove Hook
Winter Gloves Overflow

For a selection of J-hook fixtures see…
Flat Stock J-Hook Goes Storewide” (This Post)
Naked J-Hook on Corrugated
Best Hook for Hand or Foot
Under-shelf J-Hook Solution
Twin J-Hooked Tie-Downs
Boots Standing or Hanging on J-Hooks
Outlandish Stepped J-Hook
Bar-Mount J-Hooks for Underwear
J-Hook Anti-Theft Benefits
How to Display a Family of Products
Cookware on Apparel J-Hook
Cookware Hangs from Overhead J-Hook
Hook Includes Built-in Sock Stop
Mini Endcap J-Hook
J-Hooking Jeans
Saddle-Mount J-Hook Productstops Hats
J-Hooking Scarves on Slatwall
Flatback J-Hook for Grid
Socks, Slots, Slats and J-Hooks
Cookware on Metro J-Hooks
J-Hooking Sandals
Butt-Welded J-Hook for Grid.”
Guarded J-Hook for Shelf Edge