I do lots of 6-7 hour rides, so everything matters in detail.
The padding on these gloves is a little thinner than others, but that's not a bad thing, it's still sufficient.
For me the best detail, critical, is that the gels don't have any sharp edges.
I've had gloves with gel 'blocks' and after a long day, all those 90 degree edges really start to dig into your hand.
I think any future pair will be velcro strap closure rather than pull on/off, but that's just a personal preference and makes no difference to the gloves performance.
Over the years I've tried quite a number of biking gloves. None of them really worked to relieve the numbness I would get on a long ride, so I finally just started riding without them. I decided to try these on a lark just to see if they'd make any difference--and I'm glad I did. They are the first pair of gloves I've owned that actually work. The stitching came open at the base of the thumb so I deducted one star for that. Easy sewing fix, but that shouldn't happen.
My go to gloves. I have four pair so I can rotate them between rides. I like that they don't have a clasp or velcro closure, just slip them on or off. The padding is dense enough to prevent numb hands but not too thick. I want a pair in every color.
I use them in warmer temps (45 degrees and above). I was initially concerned about no velcro tab however the elasticity of the glove allows a tight fit and and easy on and off. The overall look and feel of the gloves is great. I am confident my hands are well protected by these gloves.