These are my go to gloves for hot weather riding. They stay dry as I sweat in the heat and are very comfortable. Didn't know how I would like them without the wrist strap to keep them tight on my hands, usually they stretch out and lose the snug fit, yet these have stayed in shape after several weeks of use. I am surprised that the padding is in just the right places and my hands do not "go to sleep" on long rides. So far they have been worth the extra investment.
Because my fingers are ever susceptible to rather severe chapping, no matter the season, I require a full finger glove for riding. This can be a nuisance in warm weather, but the Trixter offerings from Giro come near to perfect for my needs. At first they seem small and a bit difficult to get on, but the snug fit obviates the need for closures, velcro and the like. Like most cycling gear, gloves are very much a personal preference. The Trixters from Giro get my vote for a well thought out summer glove.
I prefer no velcro, as little padding as the conditions allow, aero fit, good wiping area. These check off those boxes. I wear a pad-less glove for shorter rides, but for longer rides or venturing into unknown territory, I go to these gloves. Padding makes my hands prone to numbing, but these pads are well-placed and low profile -- they are comfortable without feeling the pad sticking out. No numbing. I have worn the heck out of them and they have zero wear issues. These have finger pulls; not sure what one reviewer was referring to. I am 5' 10" and wear a large in these -- a hair loose but i do not like gloves tightening around the base of my fingers.
Initially you may think these are too small but they are a very comfortable snug fit that allows you to forget you have gloves on. almost feel like neoprene but not sweaty warm, they seem to breath well. I am from the tundra of MN and have worn them in the 30-50 degree range and they work great. I was concerned given the thin feel may be cold but they are not. there is still snow on the ground and the wind is still blowing but they have been great. have allowed me to use my phone while still on which is nice but like many spring/winter gloves the fingers are not as good as no gloves but manageable. I've been happy and so far no stretching which I worried some about.