The Good: Very comfortable, good balance between protection and breathability, thin palm.
The Bad: Not very durable, and no terry-cloth thumb.
So this is how my experience with the 360 gloves started: I was at the bike shop, confronted by a large wall of gloves featuring at least 30 different MTB models. Being a very cautious spender, I tried on nearly every model until I finally arrived at the 360. Upon trying it on for the very first time, I noticed that it contoured the shape of my hand very nicely, didn't have any bunched-up folds of material, and was the perfect length, even though it wasn't yet broken in. Satisfied, I promptly grabbed the set and walked to the cashier, eager to put my fresh new gloves to the test.
Once on the trail, I noticed many other useful features; the grippy fingertips, stretchy fabric, and soft lining on the palm all made the gloves feel good on my bars. One major design oversight that I noticed was the lack of terry-cloth fabric on the thumb, which didn't make wiping sweat an easy affair.
But the biggest flaw in these gloves is their durability. Though it's not so bad to the point that I wouldn't recommend these gloves, it is certainly a factor to consider. After just a couple of months of use, the grippy material on the fingertips has completely worn off, and the rubbery plastic on the back of the hand is starting to peel off.
But all in all, the Fox 360 is a very comfortable freeride glove that will do the job excellently if you don't mind purchasing a new pair of gloves every year.