Got a pair in size Large to replace a 20-year old pair of Avenir gloves also Large which still fit, but finally wore out. The Giros look like at least a size Small in comparison. They fit my wife ok, so we kept them because otherwise they're fine. I finally found a pair of Lois Garneaus in XXL that fit me comfortably. A great example of how apparel sizes have been shrinking since manufacturing has been moving overseas into cheap labor markets. Good luck to cyclists with truly large hands.
These are not bad gloves. They fit well, and don't offer too much padding - which isn't necessarily a bad thing. My only gripe with them is the velcro at the wrist. I like a snug fit at the wrist closure and these are a bit too loose - I have to overlap the velcro quite a bit to get the snug fit I desire. Other than that, I have no complaints. These gloves work just fine and they appear to be durable enough.
Feels true to size
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I ordered XL though L is OK for some brands.These were a little tight even then. There is padding but it is mostly for wear and provides little padding. It was not very expensive so you get what you pay for. If you just want to use them on short rides like commuting, they should be fine.