Pros: Not a bad price point, was able to find them at the LBS, full hand protection, hardly notice they are on when riding.
Cons: Not as much padding as previous gloves
Recommendation: I bought these this past summer after riding only fingerless gloves prior. I was hoping to help prevent slippage from sweaty fingers. It worked. I have only worn these gloves since purchased and aside from having to build up some callouses on my hands (which isn't such a bad thing...), I can't think of any serious complaints. If you need/want a lot of padding, look elsewhere. Otherwise, it's a nice glove.
Pros: Light weight, very breathable, comfortable, strong, yet not heavy.
Cons: Makes using a smart phone screen really hard.
Recommendation: Bought these at REI as I had bunged up my hand a while back and vowed to never have that happen again. Few days afterward, caught a root on a local trail and went down, these gloves saved my palm quite well.
I'm definitely going to be looking to pick up another set if I can find them on sale. Well worth it.
Pros: lightweight , comfortable and durable ! Bought them online for about $12 , wish I had bought 2 pairs. Not too hot even on 95+ degree days.
Recommendation: Got these online at a different dealer who had them on clearance . The reviews said to buy the next smaller size as they are made a little large and Medium fits me perfect. they have never lost grip and have saved me from a few good tree rubs on tight trails , get them while they are available....
Pros: great fit, breathes pretty well, awesome grip
Recommendation: great gloves for all around riding. they don't have any padding but still reduce chatter pretty well. silicone grips hold up really well and are a great advantage. I've had a pair for about a year now and they show minimal signs of breakdown.