Dang, if I run into some extra money I'm grabbing a pair of those. Sweet design, materials, and low price.
I definitely recommend them. They are low profile, tuck under your jacket cuffs easy, plenty warm and fairly stylish with different colourways to suit all the family haha. I have been wearing them in different models for, well ...since I started, due to them having goretex (i was so fucken unco and falling all the time and my regular gloves would be soaked in 1/2 an hour).
If you do manage to score some, make sure that when you get them that they are on the firm side of loose, or 'tight but still enough room to put a thin liner in). My second set that I purchased, I rather stupidly decided to go for mediums instead of larges but I think my hands might have been a touch to large for them (the dexterity was freakin awesome though) and the seams between the thumb and first finger blew out with in a season. The last set that I got have lasted me 3 seasons (roughly 60 days) and the wear on them is minimal.
I use them for mid winter riding (and use some POW pipe water sponges in spring) which probably averages +23 - +32 Deg F, but used them in -16F earlier this year no problems. If you prone to very cold hands, maybe look at Cobra, as a slightly warmer low profile alternative.
Not sure what you want to pay for em, and because I'm a G.C., heres some quickly sourced prices:
They got them on Evo for 60 at the moment Snowboard Gloves | evo
or 5c cheaper at Dogfunk DAKINE Bronco Glove - Men's from Dogfunk.com
and 5c cheaper for the 2012, or $4.95 more for the 2009 (whats up with that shit?...call them and make them an offer) at Milosport DAKINE SNOWBOARD GLOVES