I have to say, I think Mountain Hardwear has some of the best tech around. Their Dry.Q and Thermo.Q materials are fantastic, so I was really amped to see they make gloves and to try the OutDry fabric.
That said, I ordered these gloves in both a Medium and a Large, and neither fit well. I found the fingers to be way too short and the glove body to be way too narrow in the medium. The large the pinky was too short, and the body of the glove still a bit narrow and I was starting to lose dexterity in the other fingers because they were too long. Here are my hand measurements so you can compare before purchase (fingers are measured from middle of palm knuckle to tip with a flat ruler):
Hand Length: 18.9 cm
Hand Circumference: 21.8 cm
Thumb: 6.7 cm
Index 9.5 cm
Middle 10.2 cm
Ring 9.7 cm
Pinky 8.0 cm
I ordered these gloves in the summer, so I have no idea how warm they are, but I suspect very. The leather on them is very think, so I also suspect they will hold up really well even with tough use. The downside of this is the dexterity isn't very good. Also, I found the thick leather between the fingers to be really uncomfortable when I try to grab on to things — especially gripping a pole. I played with the tour mode on my bindings to see if I could switch over without taking my gloves off, and it was really difficult. I suspect the stitching on the tips of the fingers was the prime culprit. Even picking up a fork from a table felt clunky. My final ding was the cuff uncomfortable and didn't create a good seal. I was hoping for something more similar to the Hestra neoprene cuffs which are fantastic.
I did really like loops to pull the gloves on, the materials, and the warranty with the gloves.
I have a pair of FlyLow Gear Ridge Gloves that are way more comfortable and dexterous, but unfortunately not waterproof (hint hint FlyLow Gear).