Definitely worth the money; fit as expected; 500+ matches and it's still a great glove
Bottom line: I definitely recommend these to all those who are skilled and interested in billiards. In terms of price, it's really great, as I expected. I play billiards a few days a week, a few hours a day. Looking for an affordable / simple glove and stumbling on it. I've tried other gloves in the $2-10 range, but I'm not completely impressed. Usually, the whereabouts of cheap (and sometimes expensive) gloves is that my sweat accumulates in the gloves, and in any case, it only makes the gloves "dead." So far, the glove has more than 500 matches, and it looks like it will last for some time. I doubt it will last at least a year. I ordered an extra one as a spare for anyone who might need it, and I put it in my stick box. Sensible size: if you wear XL size "clothes" or motorcycle gloves, their big gloves will suit you. If your hands are really big, such as 2XL's glove size, these may be too tight. About wear: I attached a photo showing the most commonly used gloves (blue) and new out-of-the-box gloves (yellow). You will notice two things in the picture I attached. The white rubber "mark" on the side of the palm of the glove has been partially worn out. It doesn't bother me, but I think I should mention it. As you can see, the open fingertips have "loosened" a little. It didn't look like it was going to collapse, but it could be something that bothered some people, so I showed it.