Most bandages are designed to treat minor cuts on fingers, arms, and legs. Cuts that occur on other parts of the body can be difficult to keep covered with a regular bandage. Knuckle bandages have a different shape that allows them to be used in places where a traditional bandage would fall off. A heavy-woven, non-latex adhesive bandage sticks where other bandages fail. The H-shaped design sticks to knuckles, elbows, and other flexible body parts where straight bandages are not suitable.