A medium weight glove, these are more padded than most of the shooter gloves I have used. They aren’t very tactile due to the padding, however the padding makes them more comfy for hard contact applications. A free silver caraibineer comes with the packaging to assist with connecting gloves to yourself when not in use. On that note the pull tabs work great for assisting in putting the gloves on and also for having a connection point. They work pretty well for rifles, however when using pistols the thumb seam is unfortunately where I press the mag release making it more difficult.
The wrist arch when holding firearms is good, but during radial deviation (palms parallel to the ground, hands moving inward, towards the arm) the glove closure strap restricts movement. If the strap is not too tight, the restriction is minimal. I also had to trim the inside a little since hook velcro from the strap was exposed. It was only on one of the gloves, but the velcro was scratching me everytime I took the glove off. The palm is mostly made of rugged materials, however the top of the glove uses comfortable, but less durable materials. The fleece like side thumb area in particular is quick to fuzzy up.