I prefer a weightlifting glove that protects the hands from the normal abrasions of handling the bars and barbells, but doesn't have excessive padding that interferes with getting a good grip, or a wrist strap to interfere with the wrist's range of motion. I like to lift with a basic glove. I normally prefer a 100% leather glove, but decided to give these a try.
The only significant difference between these and a 100% leather is the back of the glove; it is made of a stretchable fabric. This fabric is not the mesh often found on inexpensive gloves, but a quality material that provides a good form-fit. If the glove is the proper size, the fit is snug, but not too tight. The fit is superior to the 100% leather gloves I have used.
The palm has extra leather padding, but not too much. My fingers can grip olympic bars, curl bars, and contour dumbells with the gloves on.
The overall construction of the gloves is pretty good. There is very little unevenness in construction, which is fairly common in most weightlifting gloves.
Despite the reasonable price, these gloves are of good quality. I could afford more, but these gloves fit my needs perfectly.