I have a pair of the TourMaster Adventure gel gloves and find them comfortable.
On my hand they do NOt bunch up.
They are soft and feel broke in the moment you slip you hand inside them.
They are shorter than any glove I have ever owned( I always wore long gauntlet styles) but they come up over the wrist high enough to fasten "OVER" your sleeve cuff.
I have hand guards and heated grips so I can wear them year round.
Back story on my hand:
Cramping was becoming a major PITA for me. I caught my hand in the door jamb of the car
a few years ago ( long rather boring story)
and did some soft tissue damage that I only have problems with when trying to use the clutch after being on the road for a few hours. What happens is the hand cramps up and twists my fingers around so far they cross.
My only solution is to shake it out constantly and bend the finger back pressing them against my leg and hope I do not need to use the clutch.
The TM gloves as rAk mentioned has a nice gel pad in the palm (along with slow healing of the tissue)
has elevated the "big" cramping in my left hand Now I can ride 300 miles with only minor cramping in my left hand