The Mountain Hardwear power stretch glove is a great hiking glove in mild conditions. I wear these from the start when conditions are near freezing or switch to them when hiking in colder conditions once I've gotten too warm for my heavier gloves. I really like the fit. Your fingers can still perform tasks like taking pictures while wearing the gloves.
Potential cons are a) the gloves are fairly thin so while they are great for hiking they are not good for static warmth unless the temperature is fairly warm, b) durability may be a concern, velcro will damage the gloves and c) because of the smooth surface on your fingers these gloves are likely too slick to be used for driving.
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