ZimZamwrote a review of Outdoor Research Gripper Glove on December 6, 2013
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
I've had these gloves for over a year now and use them casually whenever I'm doing errands or just going around. I have not, however, used them for any active outdoor activities so I don't have any input how they'll hold up in that regard. That said, these gloves are great and for me they've absolutely blocked out those ice cold wind gusts. The loops work great like they're suppose to and so does the grip material.
I agree that these gloves aren't the best to get wet and that they will get water-logged. I will mirror what someone else said and say that you may consider switching to another glove once it gets below freezing as they don't hold warmth very well (my extremities tend to get colder faster than others so you may have different results).
Comfort wise, my BIGGEST complaint and the most annoying aspect of the glove for me is the thick seam that runs across the meat of your palm where the thumb of the glove attaches. In my instance, I notice it most usually whenever I'm driving, when the seam gets between the steering wheel and my palm. Because I feel the seam is so thick and not a flat seam, it presses extremely uncomfortably on my median nerve in that region so much that I have to re-position my hand.
Edit: The sizing is actually pretty spot on if you follow their measurements. I washed them recently and found that they fit just a tad bit more snug around the wrist section when I put them on. However, it seems like washing them pretty much dialed in the fit for me everywhere else. The wrist section loosens up after wearing them.
I will note that my fingers are long in proportion to the rest of my hand (e.g. size medium across the palm, size large in the fingers) and I would venture to guess that the fingers on the large would fit me but would probably be loose everywhere else. But it's a VERY VERY small issue and I'm sure it's unique to me.
Still having issues with that seam though..