Nicholas M.wrote a review of DeFeet DuraGlove ET Gloves on January 20, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are pretty good--not as good as the wool which get 5 stars. The gloves are well fitting and the touchscreen thing works alright. It is neither the best nor the worst as far as the touch fingertip things go. I don't have a big issue with cold hands so I've been able to wear these down to about 20 very comfortably. They stay pretty warm when wet which for me was unexpected. For the money you can spend on gloves, I don't think there is a better deal out there than DeFeet. I have been using several pairs of these and the wool version in double duty as cycling/general purpose gloves and they all have held up admirably.
As a note, I find the wool version of these gloves (not available on cc unfortunately) works more successfully on my touchscreen if the gloves' fingertips are moistened. This can be accomplished by water from the road, sweat, or by just getting a bit of spit on the fingertips of the gloves. Since I figured out that trick (by accident) I haven't seen much reason to go back to non-wool version.