aside from proper fit, what are considered durable gloves that keep your hands very warm? I really dont want to spend more than $100-130
You will find as many opinions about good gloves as there are gloves. Hestra 3-finger Army Leather are good, but I don't think much of the Gore-Tex Army Leather Heli glove. Outdoor Research makes good gloves and my son swears by his Black Diamond Guide Glove but they are outside your price range.
For me, I just buy whatever is on sale at Costco -- usually in the $12 to $20 range. They are good for at least half a season for me. Then I toss them & put on a new pair.
Buying low-cost disposable gloves works well for me, skiing about 80 days/year. On the coldest days (say, +10F and colder) I might need to add Hot Hands 8 hr glove warmers.
I use Hestra gloves and I like the durability of their goat's leather. On really cold days I wear the thin metallic thread glove liners. They are the cheapest and work the best.
OTOH the Black Diamond Guide Gloves seems like a hard to pass up deal.