This glove looks interesting but I would be concerned about the finger design. It appears to have strips of nylon sewn on the finger tips, similar to the Tred Barta glove that is also sold by 3 Rivers Archery. I have tried the Barta glove and found that the multiple layers of leather and nylon make it more difficult to feel the string and anchor point. The string also rubs on the edges of the nylon and the stitching. Mine did not last long.
I do like nylon fingered gloves. The 3 Rivers Dura-glove is the smoothest shooting, longest lasting glove I have found.
Bought my American Leathers glove 7 or 8 years ago and never looked back. Took a little while to get used to. I shoot bows in the low 70 lb. range. The best glove for me, Ive been shooting for 49 years.