The padding and grippers on these are pretty great. Nice on bumpy gravel, always feels locked in on descents. The touchscreen compatibility is pretty good for checking your phone and stuff like that. That's the good news.
The main problem with these is that their best use case scenario is like 10 degrees wide and 2 months long, at least for me. You got early Fall and mid Spring and that's about it. These are October/April gloves. They're insulted so you'll be too hot anywhere close to 60 but they're not so warm that the 40s will be comfortable on the other end. Maybe if you're just riding casually or commuting. But if you work up any kind of sweat it'll absorb it and they'll get cold fast. Especially on windy descents, which these gloves otherwise excel at. Wouldn't be so critical if these didn't cost as much as good winter gloves that get a solid 5-6 months of use.
A cold day in Marin is low 40's. These gloves are perfect for this type of weather when riding the Marin fire roads.