This mountain biking glove also works great as a big wall belay and cleaning glove. This type of glove gives much better dexterity and breathability than full-finger leather gloves. That said, it is not nearly as durable as a big wall leather glove.
This is my favorite light big wall glove for cleaning and belaying. I bring it on a mostly-free wall like The Nose or Half Dome. I also bring this glove on multi-pitch free routes where I want the lightest glove possible on the side of my harness. If I wanted a glove to use a lot on aid lead I would go with the Black Diamond Stone glove or, if I was on a budget, I would make my own Homemade Fingerless Climbing Glove.
See how this compares to other products in our complete Climbing and Belay Glove Review
NOTE: This is not just a review of this glove, it is a review of all full-finger mountain biking gloves or construction gloves that are similar. There are a lot of different full-finger gloves like this that will work. Just go into any bike shop or hardware store and try on all the ones with good palm padding. I like no padding on the back knuckles so I get more dexterity. But you may prefer the padding to protect your knuckles.