I've been wearing MotoDry winter gloves for about 6 monthes now and they are REALLY starting to stink (been in the wet, plus I have sweaty hands), so I got a Alpinestar SP-2 and a DryRider summer gloves which has mesh instead of leather on the top. The SP-2 was $199 and the DryRider was $59. Both of them have carbon fibre knuckles. The quality is quite different, and is noticeable straight away, I think its the quality of the leather. When I first put them on, the SP-2 it felt really tight and is hard to put on and take off in a hurry, like I had to squeeze my fingers in, but once is in, it is so perfectly, I couldn't believe how good it fits. The DryRider was easy to put on, but was uncomfortable around my wrist, but only on my right hand. It's quite good on hot days and will be used as a commuting glove. So, in the end, buy the SP-2 if you have thought about it, they are worth the price, looks is very high on my priority and this definitely did well. The fit and finish of the SP-2 is just so much better than the DryRider. But if you want a summer glove for commuting, DryRider is the one, and because of the price is low, I can afford to get a new one every summer.