Here are the gloves that I've been using:
Fulfill your need for speed with these full featured gloves. Leather with perforated panels and Thermo-set molded air-flow knuckles and fingers will keep you both cool and protected. Perfect for summer track days or canyon runs.
They were the right gloves for the money (about $30) when I was just starting out. They've got enough protection, but the attention to detail just isn't there. After some minor alterations they feel like they match, in size. I also prefer a bit of a longer gauntlet than they offer, since my sleeves ride up a bit. They're not cold-weather gloves, either.
For cold weather I just got these (a holiday gift from my mother):
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I can't wait to try them out.
I have to buy men's gloves, for my long fingers, but these don't feel like they've got too much extra width to them, like some of the others I've tried on. They've got a nice inner layer, without uncomfortable seams, and they seem quite comfortable and warm, with nice long gauntlets. I'll review them once I've gotten some use out of them.