Klim Savannah gloves seemed to a great choice as a second pair to have for warm weather riding. I already have a pair of Gortex gloves to keep me dry so I was looking for a lightweight breathable glove that fit well and didn't break the bank. I usually wear a size small in gloves and these seem to fit true to size. I bought them in October and have worn them almost every day since, about 8,000KM. My husband and I are on a long distance 2up ride right at the moment (25,000+ miles so far) so I can't speak to how well they would wear with constant gripping of clutch and brake levers, but with daily general use they are wearing well. They are fantastic for fine motor movements as I take photos quite often while in motion on the bike and can make camera setting changes easily without removing the gloves. The only gripe I have with the gloves is the velcro closure. In fact if I were still in North America I probably would have returned the gloves based on this issue alone. The problem is the piece of velcro meant to hold the gloves closed is so tiny as to be essentially useless. When I tighten my wrist closure on my Latitude jacket and move my wrist even slightly the Velcro comes undone. This leads me to the second part of my complaint. The prickly side of the Velcro is on the tab that moves around and scratches the heck out of my wrist. I find myself repeatedly doing up the Velcro just because it's uncomfortable to have it undone. My husband got the same glove in the men's version (Dakar glove) and neither of my issues are a problem for him. So Klim if you're listening and you are interested in women who ride and want quality gear that makes sense, swap the prickly and fuzzy Velcro on the women's gloves and make it significant enough to stay done up please.