Good Bike gloves perform a couple of different functions.
First, they make the time you spend on the bike more comfortable. Absorbing vibration and giving you a better grip on the handlebars. Second, if you happen to fall off your bike they do a great job of protecting the meat in the palm of your hands. I don’t know if you remember getting gravel in the palms of your hands after falling off your bike as a child. In colder weather, they also can keep your hands warm.
Fingerless or full finger:
I have always ridden fingerless. I like the feel and since my fingers are pretty long I find a lot of full finger gloves are not very comfortable. Taking half finger gloves off often turns the glove inside out but this works well for drying out the gloves. Most full finger gloves do not have as much padding as the gel half finger gloves. Most of my friends who used to ride motorcycles and or BMX seem to like full finger gloves with very little padding. They like the feel whereas I am trying to keep the feeling in my hands by keeping them from going numb.
Getting the Right Fit:
Fitting a Glove is important. I find many gloves are really tight at the base of the fingers. Most bike gloves are made in Asia. Quality control is not always the best so be sure the pair you buy does not constrict the blood flow in your fingers. The main reason to wear gloves is to improve riding comfort. Do not end up with gloves that are too tight.
If you really need a bike gloves and finding to buying a perfect and fittest gloves you must remember that gloves materials which is made form, many expert opinion says that must avoid plastic type materials because of ergonomic problems. Fitting is the another important factor meanwhile a perfect fitting gloves get more comfort and raise your performance.