After debating on whether to get the Hestra Fall Line 3, the Ski Cross mitts, and these mitts; I decided to go with the Armada.
What it came down to was features, finger separation, insulation, price, and waterproofing.
I wanted to get the fall line 3 by Hestra, but when I found out they have a liner attached in the glove that separates my fingers I decided I didn't want that.
Then the Ski Cross Mitt seemed like a great option, but wanted a trigger glove so that I can have a glove to ride my bike in freezing temps.
Then on top of both of those two things both hestra gloves are far more expensive, and neither of them was exactly what I wanted, but the Armada's crossed off every box I had and they were a better price point.
I can tell so far that the armada are not as durable as a Hestra Glove, but the leather came super soft, and they have great dexterity. They don't come with Nikwax, so you will want to pick some up, but they do come with a wrist leash, so you don't have to worry about dropping your glove off the lift (something the Ski Cross also didn't not have).