I have used these gloves for warm weather shredding the past several seasons, probably about 50 days total wearing them. I have used pipe gloves from Dakine and Pow in the past, and these are easily the most comfortable. They are little more than a neoprene cover for your hand, which feels amazing when it's hot. The air flows freely through them (and so does water). The silicone palm graphics help you grip your skis to get that extra tweaked safety. They fit a little large, so even if you wear a "big" medium I would still recommend the S/M size.
I do have several complaints with these gloves. The material on the outside of the thumb is not durable at all, and is peeling away from the glove. Also, the velcro has become frayed and doesn't really work any more. Even though they are pipe gloves, it would be cool to see a bit of waterproofing with these, because I can't even throw a snowball without getting wet hands.
Despite the cons, I think these are still a great simple and cheap glove for warm days.