These are well made latex gloves. Note that they are latex. Note this if you have any allergies to that material. Latex will degrade in the presence of hydrocarbons, so these gloves aren't the best choice for handling paint thinner and other solvents. They are 8 mil thick, which is a bit more than twice the thickness of standard "exam" gloves. This makes them particularly useful in situations when there is a chance of snagging them on sharp objects.
We use them for chores around our camper. They are perfect for cleaning and greasing our hitch, working with our sewer hoses, and cleaning exterior items. Indoors, we use the much cheaper standard nitrile "exam" gloves. The increased snag resistance is much appreciated since there are some sharp edges around a camper. I also like the textured finger tips. Grip is significantly improved, particularly in wet areas.
These aren't the thickest industrial gloves and they certainly aren't the cheapest. But for people like us, who don't use them every day, the extra cost isn't particularly important. One box will last us a full camping season. If, on the other hand, you need these every day, you might want to shop around a bit before buying.