I recently bought a bunch of gloves to find a new favorite set for more aggressive riding, and these win. I was in between sizes, so I bought the larger (large) and wash and dry them freely, and they shrunk a little, so they fit perfectly now. They fit my fingers well with no restrictions or excess fabric. The pad on the palm is great at preventing bruising (thought I wish it was all across the base of my palm as I currently have a significant bruise where the pad isn't). I have had multiple crashes on these gloves and they are showing no signs of wear or damage. The terry thumb and palm both soak up sweat well. They breathe about as well as can be expected of a full-protection DH glove. The silicon gripper fingers do wear off after a while, but that's really to be expected as I've never seen gloves that retain those little grippers for very long. This is my new DH glove - I just hope Da Kine keeps making them. Oh, and they're not pretentious either, so I don't feel like a bit of a schmuck with exposed carbon fiber knuckles.
I am beyond impressed with this pump. The quality of craftmanship is the best I've ever seen in a pump. It is easy to pump with - the handle does not dig into your hands (though admittedly I haven't pumped without wearing gloves). It is efficient at getting air into my tire, and I think this is mostly due to the larger size and fitting being so secure that you don't need to be gentle with the pump (ABS/Flex Hose = AWESOME and every pump should have it). There is just never any undesirable leakage. It's easy to get a ballpark idea of how much pressure you've put in by watching the integrated gauge, though it doesn't agree with my digital gauge that I actually use for setting air pressures, so I only use it as a guide. It's super-easy to switch between a secure Presta and a secure Schrader connection. With the little foot stand it's also easy to pump hard and fast and not waste energy holding both ends of the pump.
I have no doubt that this pump will last me for years to come as I do not see any desire to switch from this since it's really light, relatively small, maximally efficient, easy to use... really, all the qualities that you would want a pump to have. If it's too big for you, you are probably already using CO2. This is my second Lezyne (I have an HP for my road bike that can get my tires over 100 PSI with ease), and this HV version for my MTB works wonders. Stop "trying out" other pumps. Just stop it.
I bought these as a lightweight MTB glove, and padding/comfort-wise, they're amazing. They breathe well too. But the back of the thumb/hand is not absorbent, so as with all my other gloves, I usually end up doing face wipes with the palm. But with these gloves, the palm is a different kind of leather/synthetic, and it is 100% non-adsorbent. It feels like wiping Saran Wrap over your sweaty face. A bike glove that can't wipe sweat is useless to me, so I was forced to return them after 1 ride. Too bad really, because the strategically located padding on the palm and the impressive breathability were great characteristics (though they're probably not that durable and certainly not protective of the top of the hand in any way).
So I say that they're not for people who sweat, but if you're not sweating while riding, you're not riding hard enough... so it might be safe to say that they're not really fit for any kind of exertional cycling whatsoever.