I am very happy with these gloves so far. I will focus on the fit at first then update later on performance. I like my gloves to fit snuggly without being too tight to limit movement. I measured my palm width circumference to be 9 inches, and looked at the chart. I was on the low end of XL, so I knew that I would order the L because I like my gloves to fit snug. I'm glad that I did because they fit perfect(except for the thumb being too long).
My fingers are relatively short to average, so most gloves don't fit me right having extra room at the finger tips. These fit very good in the fingers. So if you have long fingers than these might not be the gloves for you. The thumb, however, is a bit too long for me about 1/2" too long. But that is not as important to me as the finger fit so I can live with that.
I'm really happy with the visor wipe on the left thumb. It's substantial, and these usually work very well for wiping excess water and mist from the helmet windshield or even goggles during inclement weather. I'll follow up with a performance review on this later. The build quality looks to be very good. The width of the gauntlet is adequate, which isn't always the case with gauntlet style gloves. So far so good!
I love these gloves. I bought a another pair of milwaukee leather thinsulate gloves with the zip off cuffs at a leather shop about about 40 miles from my home during a ride, because I had forgotten I had bought these gloves. Those gloves were unisex I was told however only the extra small fit my hands and the fingers were still to long. They were thinner and I liked the fact that you could zip the cuffs off if you wanted. But honestly, when would I want to wear a pair of insulated gloves without the gauntlet cuffs? Those gloves were not as bulky as these so they are not as warm as these either. And with the fingers being too long it made it awkward using the controls. After getting home I remembered that I had ordered these gloves, I had ordered a medium so I was worried they wouldn't fit. These gloves fit like they were made for my hands. Fingers were just right. They are thicker than the milwaukee leather gloves, but not as thick and bulky as my supposedly waterproof textile gloves I got from cycle gear or the snowmobile gloves, again supposed to be waterproof, from academy. Those gloves just soaked up water, and when they got wet my fingers got really cold. So I brought them both when traveling across the country so I could switch them out when they got wet. I love the touchscreen these have, and since they are a little more bulky, they keep my hands warmer. The fingers are just right so using controls is a breeze. They have some kind of thicker raised areas on the outside of the pinky, like light amor, so if you go down those will add a little extra protection. All in all these are the best gloves I have for cold weather. I am sure heated grips or heated gloves would provide more warmth of course. I have tested these in about 25° F weather at highway speeds and my fingers only got slightly cold.