To each his own I say.
From the looks of the glove, it will be very stiff for a long time, difficult to break in. The type of leather its made from is fairly low grade steer hide ("prime" is a lower grade than heart of the hide which is lower than kip) which can make a glove very stiff and unforgiving especially if allowed to get wet. It looks heavy and the laces are very thick, as thick as I've ever seen. This makes a mitt very hard to break in properly or at all, and you'll really have to love that mitt to death, especially the top of the web where the laces are rounded over.
Just me, but I think you can do better for the price. Heck, if you're interested in something in that price range, you might look into a custom glove.
On the other hand, if it really turns your happy crank, try finding a brick and mortar in your town that carries them and try one on to see how it feels.